Visit Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

$170,000.00

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About Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to almost half the world’s surviving mountain gorillas, the World Heritage–listed Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of East Africa’s most famous national parks. Set over 331 sq km of improbably steep mountain rainforest, the park is home to an estimated 340 gorillas: undoubtedly Uganda’s biggest tourist drawcard. As well as its famous primates, the park contains 120 other species of mammals – more than any of Uganda’s other national parks – though sightings are less common due to the dense forest. Lucky visitors might see forest elephants, 11 species of primate (including chimpanzees and L’Hoest’s monkeys), duikers, bushbucks, African golden cats, and the rare giant forest hog, as well as a host of bird and insect species. For birdwatchers, it’s one of the most exciting destinations in the country, with over 350 species, including 23 of the 24 endemics to the Albertine Rift and several endangered species, such as the African green broadbill. With a good guide, sighting daily totals of more than 150 species are possible. On the greener side of the aisle, Bwindi harbors eight endemic plants. Activity Details Kingha Coffee Experience Life in Coffee County *Learn what it takes to make a great cup of coffee: From Bean to Cup. *Pick coffee cherries straight from the tree. *Stroll through our sustainable coffee garden. *Take a walk through our sugar cane grove and down to the river. *Hand-roast coffee over an open fire – take home what you roast. *Proceeds from your visit go to supporting local coffee farmers. See The Batwa People in their historic traditional shelters This  Experience tour provided to help the Batwa. The historical reenactment by the Batwa Pygmy demonstrates the use of medicinal herbs, traditional shelters, fire making, honey harvesting, burial rituals, different types of snares, and tribal dances. The Batwa share their heritage with tourists as well as their own children so their culture may be preserved out of the rainforest. They strive for authenticity.
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