The park is located
in South Western Uganda on the
edge of the western rift valley.
Bwindi is home to over 350 endangered
mountain gorillas which are
quite possibly the most awe
inspiring animals to be found
in Africa. There are also over
350 species of birds and butterflies.
Gorilla tracking in challenging
and yet an unforgettable experience.
Depart early morning
from Kampala and head towards
Western Uganda. A brief stop
at the equator allows time for
photographs. The journey affords
images of herds of long horned
Ankole Cattle, the rolling hills
and terraced landscapes of the
region and beautiful panoramas
that are part of Kabale District.
Lunch enroute and arrive in
the park in the evening.
Day 2: After
early breakfast, briefing from
the rangers and then proceed
to the forest for gorilla tracking.
An encounter of these endangered
primates with silver backs is
worth while. Packed lunch is
carried along as the time taken
to track gorillas are quite
unpredictable. Proceed to the
lodge in the evening for dinner.
Day 3: After
breakfast at the camp and drive
to Kampala. After lunch transfer
to the airport for your flight.