How to get to Bwindi impenetrable in Uganda for gorilla trekking
Gorilla trekking in Uganda Bwindi impenetrable forest gives you an exceptional trekking experience while on your Uganda safari tour.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in southwestern Uganda a magnificent verdant swathe across the steep ridges of the Albertine Rift Valley. This ancient rain-forest is one of the few in Africa to have flourished and a home to half of the world’s endangered population of mountain gorillas. Looking into the expressive brown eyes of these giants is surely the most exciting and moving wildlife encounter Uganda has to offer. Uganda gorilla safari tour is such an amazing experience that one shouldn’t miss.
Bwindi Impenetrable National park lies in the south-western corner of Uganda and the easiest means of transport to get to Bwindi is by road. The journey is 540km via Masaka from Kampala and it takes 8-10 hours drive excluding the rest stops passing via Kabale and Kisoro.
On your way to the park, you will pass through Ishasha and you will enjoy seeing the climbing lions along with monkeys on the road.
The park can be accessed by public means. A bus sets off from Kampala to Butogota every day. Thereafter, a tax can be got to Buhoma for a distance of 17km. From there, there is no public means to Nkuringo, the best thing to do is to hire a vehicle from Kisoro.
Another means of transport can be by Air. Tourists can decide to fly form Entebbe or Kajjansi airfield and land off from Kisoro airstrip. Those interested in visiting Buhoma may take on the charter planes and land off from Kayonza airstrip.
After this great activity tourists can decide to proceed for Gorilla tracking in Rwanda Volcanoes National Park. This is also such an astonishing life time experience with gorillas in East Africa.