Among predators, side striped jackals and African civets are most typically seen in Bwindi National Park.
More carnivores also live within the same woods.
windi's lush forest hosts 120 unique mammal species, including colobus monkeys and forest elephants. The elephants are not commonplace and can be quite feisty. The forest is home to 10 primate and over 45 small mammal species.
Situated in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, you'll find around 400 mountain gorillas. They're the leading stars here!
For bird watchers, Bwindi offers a treat with 350 known bird species. Among them are 23 Albertine rift valley natives such as the short-tailed warbler, the blue-headed sunbird, and 7 IUCN red data listed species. The frequently seen great blue turaco is a crowd favorite. Other avians include the Grauer’s rush warbler, chestnut-throated Apalis, kivu ground-thrush, montane oriole, and the African green broadbill.
Discover the area's first inhabitant's lifestyle, the "forest" folks, Batwa.
Today, they dwell on the forest's edge and blend with local communities.
The lodge has long backed the local school and Batwa communities. Explore the region's past, meet Rushaga females, and understand their diverse arts and crafts.
Experience a detailed trek into the rainforest and encounter gorillas. Trek briefings arena at the beginning, and certificates are given at the end. Locating gorillas may take from 3 hours to the entire day. You get to spend an hour observing gorillas.