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Parc National des Volcans

Parc National des Volcans is part of the Virunga Conservation Area that straddles the borders of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. It contains 76 mammal species and over half the world’s 720 mountain gorillas. It was also the site of Dian Fossey’s pioneering behavioural studies.

  • Destination: Rwanda

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has an exceptional range of altitude and is one of Africa’s most extensive belts of primary montane forest. Though there is a fine array of birdlife, the prime attraction is its mountain gorillas (over 300) and four family groups have been habituated to allow human approach.

  • Destination: Uganda

Odzala-Kokoua National Park

Odzala-Kokoua National Park is perfect for the wildlife enthusiast who yearns for adventure and discovery. It provides a refuge for 114 mammal species and more than 400 species of birds. A known 16 primate species can be found here, including the western lowland gorilla, one of Africa's great apes.

  • Destination: Congo

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

This is Uganda’s smallest and probably most scenic National Park. Forming part of a larger conservation area that straddles borders, it primarily supports mountain gorilla, though species of bird and other wildlife are present. It is dominated by three extinct volcanoes, and part of the Virunga Conservation Area.

  • Destination: Uganda