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Is Uganda’s greatest location to locate mountain gorillas and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are numerous habituated groups of mountain gorillas in the park, which is home to about 40% of the species worldwide. With 350 kinds of birds documented in the forest, many of which are peculiar to the Albertine Rift, it is also a birdwatcher’s paradise.

The mountain gorillas in Bwindi are the main draw. Out of the roughly 400 people living there, more than 100 are habituated. There are about 120 different mammal species in Bwindi, however the majority of them are tiny forest animals. Despite their rarity, elephants are here. Numerous duiker species and bushbuck are more frequently seen.

Wildlife Highlights

Bwindi is a hotspot for conservation since it is home to numerous endangered species. With an astonishing list of 220 species, including three that are unique to the park, butterflies are something of a specialty.

There are ten different kinds of primates in Bwindi, including the endangered l’Hoest’s monkey and black-and-white colobus. Although present, chimpanzees are not habituated and are consequently rarely observed.

Best Time for Wildlife Viewing

The key thing to take into account while choosing the optimal period for gorilla trekking is rainfall. Hiking trails become slick and difficult after heavy rain. 
While it might rain at any time of the year, the drier months of June to August and December to February are thought to be the ideal for travel. 
The park is accessible all year long.

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Do You Want to Visit Bwindi National Park?

Most people come to Uganda, specifically, to see mountain gorillas and Bwindi is the most accessible place to do so.

There are many Bwindi gorilla trekking tours available. The park has 11 habituated, and several semi-habituated gorilla groups.

The extensive and pristine rainforest has four different trailheads, acting as different tourist centers from which gorillas can be tracked.

Other activities include nature walks and birdwatching. There are also opportunities to visit a Batwa community.

The Batwa people were the original inhabitants of the forest and were evicted from their environment when the national park was gazetted.

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