The Park which came in 15th position on the list was gazette as a National Park in 1991 lies in Southwestern Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley.
CNN’s Joe Minihane wrote, “Wildlife walks don’t come more fascinating than a trip into Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable forest, where you can get up close and personal with area’s mountain gorilla population”.
The ancient Forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its natural wonders, rugged beauty, the only park where Gorillas and Chimpanzees coexist. The forest is home to more habituated Gorilla Families for visitors than any other park in Rwanda or Congo.
Bwindi has been described as the only park in Africa where you can spend four -hours with a Gorilla Family on the one-of-a-kind Gorilla Habituation Experience with only four visitors to a Gorilla Group. At least 14 habituated mountain gorilla groups are open to tourism in four different sectors of Buhoma, Ruhijja, Rushaga and the Nkuringo.
The forest provides a habitat for 120 Species of birds, 220 species of butterflies, 27 species of frogs, chameleons, geckos and many endangered species, the park is among the most diverse forests in East Africa with more than 1,00 flowering plant species, including 163 species of trees and 104 species of ferns.