Something about this place, the gorgeous vegetation, a host to rich fauna, possibly the greatest number of tree species (over 200 species including 10 endemics) and ferns (some 104 species) in East Africa. It covers 32,092kms2 and is one of the largest areas in the East African region with almost half of the world’s mountain Gorilla population. Significantly harboring (about 340) of the critically endangered mountain gorillas. You know what they say, you’ve got to see it to believe it. The diversity in the number of things to look out for here is eye catching. This is said to be one of the most important forests in Africa for montane forest butterflies with 202 species (84% of the country’s total), including eight Albertine endemics. That’s quite a sight. Overall, Bwindi hosts numerous globally threatened species including high-profile mammals such as mountain gorilla, chimpanzee, l’Hoest’s monkey and African elephant; birds such as African green broadbill, Grauer’s swamp warbler, Turner’s Eremomela, Chapin’s flycatcher and Shelley’s crimson-wing; and butterflies such as African giant swallowtail and Cream-banded swallowtail. You will be accommodated into a safe haven of affordable and warmly spaces.