The appropriately named Bwindi Impenetrable Forest offers the world’s best opportunities for gorilla trekking. The Ugandan government jealously protects these at-risks primates, and their population has been increasing in Bwindi. Thus, a face to face encounter with these creatures is truly an exclusive and special experience.Browse Sample Trips
Uganda’s efforts to protect its natural beauty for future generations is clearly evident in the amount of national parks it keeps within its relatively small borders. Queen Elizabeth National Park’s diverse set of ecosystems, Kibale Forest’s active primate and bird species, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest’s thick vegetation and majestic mountain gorilla families and Lake Mburo National Park’s awe-inspiring vistas all manage to exist in this one relatively small African country and pull it off with style.Browse Sample Trips
In addition to the Big 5, Uganda is home to over 50% of the world’s mountain gorillas, over 1000 species of birds, and 500 species of mammals. Where other African countries have density of animals, Uganda has diversity. The awesome landscapes and magnificent vistas of this country end up taking second place to the life that populates them.Browse Sample Trips
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