A true rainforest adventure, holidays to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest surpasses themselves. Teeming with captivating wildlife and rare flora, the rich biodiversity found in this lush jungle is regarded as one of the best in Africa. Dense and ancient, the deep river gorges and high ridges have remained forested for millions of years, ensuring Bwindi lives up to its impenetrable status.
Situated at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains, Queen Elizabeth National Park protects almost 2000sq km of Rift Valley savannah, interspersed with patches of forest and crater lakes. The main geographical feature is the 32km Kazinga Channel, which links Lake Edward and Lake George.