This National Park, which has been declared a World Heritage Site thanks to its diverse ecosystem, with more than 1 000 species of flowers, 310 of butterflies, 350 of birds and 120 of mammals, being one of the most famous in East Africa. A dense mist often covers the lush valleys of this Afro-mountainous forest.

The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is located in southwestern Uganda, along the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

It occupies more than 32,092 hectares of forest, both mountain and lowland. It is home to nearly half of the elusive, critically endangered mountain gorillas, making it one of only three destinations in the world where visitors can track these majestic primates.