Bwindi Impenetrable forest national park is the highlight for mountain gorilla trekking destinations in Uganda, Bwindi protects half of the total world’s population of gorillas surviving in the world. Bwindi impenetrable is perched in southwestern Uganda. The bwindi impenetrable forest is in Kanungu district, Reaching Bwindi impenetrable is estimated to take between 8 to 9 driving hours from Entebbe or Kampala. Bwindi impenetrable forest national park is managed and protected by the Uganda wildlife Authority the government body that is in charge of managing all the ten national parks in Uganda.
Bwindi impenetrable forest national park occupies a total area of approximately 332 square kilometers and it is standing at an altitude between 1160meter to 2607meter above the ground. Bwindi is famously known for protecting the highest number of mountain gorillas where travelers can explore and leave with an unforgettable memory in a lifetime.