Day 1: Transfer from Kampala to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Day 2: Gorilla tracking and cultural encounters in Bwindi
Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Day 4: Tour of Queen Elizabeth National Park & Return to Kampala / Entebbe Airport
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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park located in southwestern Uganda is the place best known for its primate populations of Gorillas & Chimpanzee. It’s the home to about half the world’s mountain gorillas, at over 300 endangered gorillas. The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest ecosystem is exceptionally high in biodiversity, with rich flora and fauna species. This lush forested area hosts some of the richest tree, small mammal, bird, butterfly, reptilian, and moth populations. Bwindi is a birding paradise, home to 348 bird species. This area is one of Uganda’s best bird watching destinations supporting nearly all of the Albertine Rift endemic species found in Uganda, along with several Red Data Book species. Bwindi is an ancient rainforest, said to have survived the last ice age. A recently proclaimed World Heritage Site, Bwindi is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world hosting unique and precious floral species. There’s also a substantial chimpanzee population and research shows that Bwindi is the only forest in Africa where these two apes live together. Certainly, your trip to Bwindi will give you the best experience with the world’s most popular apes.
Bwindi is a home to about 120 mammal species and 11 primates that are rarely seen as they hide in the thick forest and these includes; buffaloes, bush pigs, golden cats, elephants, duikers, clawless otter, civet rodents and giant forest hogs. Primates include; blue monkey, red tailed monkey, baboons, chimpanzee, black and white colobus monkeys as well as the endangered mountain gorillas. Bwindi impenetrable national park is divided into different trekking trails which includes; Buhoma, Ruhija, Rushaga and Nkuringo.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular savanna park in Uganda and the best place to see lions including the Tree Climbing lions making. It prides in a great diversity of habitats that include: lakes, savannah grasslands, forests and wetlands that serve as home to the biggest variety of large mammals in the country. This park is located 376 km away from Kampala covering an area of 1, 978 Sq. km. It is home to over 95 species of mammals, 10 species of primates and over 500 species of birds, and it’s famous for the amazing boat cruise and game viewing.