Butterflies and Amphibians in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to over 200 butterfly species including eight Albertine rift endemics. They include the African giant swallowtail and Cream-banded swallowtail butterflies. The amphibian species identified in Bwindi Forest are 27 with 11 endemics to the Albertine Rift. Fourteen snake species, 14 lizard species.
Nature and waterfalls walk to Adventure Butterflies and Amphibians in Bwindi
There are various trails into the forest for your different interests. You have trails leading to beautiful waterfalls where you can dive in the water. You walk along with an armed Uganda wildlife safari ranger guide for your protection in case you meet a wild animal but also as a guide.
The available trails; Buhoma – Nkuringo trail which takes 3-4 hours crossing through the national park. Rushura Hill walk – a trail through forest shared between Congo and Uganda. Muyanga waterfall walk, Ivi River Walk – 14 km and takes about 7 hours. Muzubijiro Loop – a 6km walk around the hill where you have chances of interacting with primates and birds.