Down in the remote south western corner on the Ugandan border with Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo lies the mountain Gorilla home, which is also Uganda’s most sought after tourist destination – Bwindi Impenetrable National park. But while zoologists and botanists marvel at the lengthy species counts, most visitors are drawn by just one animal; the mountain gorilla. The total population of these endangered species is just about 1000 and lives only in the forests beneath the Virunga volcanoes and Bwindi, making Uganda a prime mountain Gorilla country and a unique location to search for these magnificent animals.

Bwindi impenetrable national park is set in a regional landscape of extraordinary drama and variety of life which has attracted many world travelers to come primarily for Mountain gorilla trekking which has become one of the world’s exclusive and remarkable wildlife encounters.

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