Bwindi Impenetrable National Park expands to about 331 square kilometers and it is UNESCO heritage site. There are lots of things to see in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. From the endangered mountain gorillas to native endemic birds, a tourist taking a safari through Bwindi will be amazed with various attractions.
Top Thing to See in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
- Mountain Gorillas
- Wildlife in the park
- Birds in Bwindi
- Waterfalls including Munyaga Waterfalls
Bwindi’s biodiversity is undoubtedly the most sought after in Uganda-East Africa, popularly inhabiting the world’s critically endangered mountain gorillas; forest birds, plant species, reptiles, butterflies, mammals and numerous primates that can you think about. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is proud of being a home to Eastern chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkeys, L’Hoests Guenon, Baboons, Vervet monkeys, Red tailed Guenon, nocturnal prosimians, Forest elephants with hairy bodies, smaller in size, smaller tusks with one additional toe on their foot; small antelopes like Duikers, bush pigs, giant forest hogs as well as countless cats.
Bwindi’s bird species count almost 350, some of which include the African green broadbill and Shelley’s crimson wing, Francolins, Cinnamon chested bee eaters, green tinker bird, mountain and yellow streaked green buls, Mountain masked and Chestnut throated Apalises, Red faced Woodland warbler, White browed Crombec, White tailed fly catcher and Ruwenzori Batis. The park is also composed of 220 butterfly species, 27 forest frogs’ species, Chameleons, Geckos. Hiking through Bwindi, means exploring beyond gorilla trek specifically on wild primates, wildlife, birds and butterflies.