Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. This park is home to more than half of the world’s wild mountain gorilla population and was declared a Natural World Heritage Site in December 1994. World Heritage Sites are internationally recognized as natural features of outstanding beauty or scientific value. The pristine rain forests of this park, one of the largest natural forests in East Africa, are home to approximately 300 species of butterfly (including two endangered species of swallowtails), 200 native tree species and many species of reptiles and amphibians (including one species of frog that may be new to science).
Day 1: To Bwindi Impenetrabe Forest (9 hrs).
Day 2: Gorilla tracking.
Day 3: Return transfer to Kampala.
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