BWINDI IMPENETRABLE FOREST NATIONAL PARK
Bwindi impenetrable forest national park is situated in south-western Uganda, within the junction of the mountain forests and plain, Bwindi impenetrable forest is famous for its extraordinary biodiversity and covers over 32,000 ha.
Bwindi Impenetrable forest national park accommodates half of the total endangered mountain gorillas remaining in the world, over 100 species of ferns, butterflies, many bird species, and more than 160 tree species.
Bwindi impenetrable forest national park is on the eastern edge of the Albertine Rift Valley, which makes it host a rich flora and fauna, Bwindi impenetrable forest national park is believed to be a Pleistocene refugium, with the greatest number of different tree species because its altitude in East Africa.
The Bwindi impenetrable forest is home to approximately half of the world’s endangered mountain gorilla population in that conservation frontline that is isolated within an outstanding biological richness and one of the tropical Africa’s rural highest population densities.
Bwindi impenetrable forest national park also protects several habituated groups, which can be tracked in this biological diversified region as well providing shelter to other primates such as chimpanzees, baboons, elephants, antelopes being hosted and also the 23 rift Albertine endemics.