The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, together with its mountain gorilla, is Uganda’s most valuable national asset. More than half the world’s population of mountain gorilla reside within Bwindi and these are the main focus of visitors.
The wide bio-diversity of habitats means that Queen Elizabeth National Park contains the most astonishing number of species – almost 100 types of mammal and 606 different birds!
Nyungwe Forest National Park is located in In the southwest of Rwanda, an enormous tropical forest with a high canopy.Many visitors are attracted to Nyungwe by its 13 species of primates including chimpanzees, the ruwenzori colobus monkey, L’Hoest’s monkey and golden monkey.
Parc National des Volcans
Parc National De Volcans (Volcanoes National Park) – part home to the Virunga Mountains and possibly the best place in the world for mountain gorilla – is Africa’s oldest park and as such makes for an extraordinary experience that.
Tracking Rwanda’s mountain gorilla remains one of the most moving, life changing experiences.