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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, located in Southwestern Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley, is a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization designated World Heritage Site. According to the Uganda Wildlife Authority, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is home to approximately 459 mountain gorillas. These gorillas are divided into various families scattered throughout the 332 sq. km park. In addition to its impressive mammal population, the park is home to over 350 bird species and over 200 butterfly species.

The park is also home to a diverse array of flora, including over 1000 flowering plant species, 163 species of trees, and 104 species of ferns. The park’s northern sector, located at a lower elevation, is home to many species of Guineo-Congolian flora, including the endangered brown mahogany and Brazzeia longipedicellata. As an important water catchment area with limited water infiltration and aquifers due to its impermeable underlying geology, the park is the source of numerous rivers that flow to the north, west, and south, including the Ivi, Munyaga, Ihihizo, Ishasha, and Ntengyere. Some of these rivers flow into Lakes Edward, Mutanda, and Bunyonyi.

In addition to gorilla tracking, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park offers a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy, such as bird watching, nature walks, and community interactions with the local Batwa people. The park also has lodges available for those looking to relax and unwind. These activities provide the opportunity to not only appreciate the park’s natural beauty and rich biodiversity, but also to learn about and support the local community.

As Uganda’s leading tourist destination, the park is a popular inclusion in tour packages for those interested in experiencing the beauty and conservation of these incredible creatures. Protecting and preserving the natural beauty and ecological significance of the park is vital for the benefit of future generations. Whether you choose to actively explore the park or simply relax and unwind, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has something to offer for every visitor.