Queen Elizabeth National Park covers an area of about 1978 km2; its position provides a magnificent view of the rift valley floor that occupies Lake Edward and Gorge. Its well know to be a habitat of about 95 mammals along with 612 species of birds. Formerly, a historian known as Douglas Willocks talked about the various features that led to the formation of the park in 1952.
Rwanda is located in Central Africa, However, most residents live on the side of East Africa and has much history and natural beauty. Rwanda is Known as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda’s stunning scenery and warm, friendly people offer unique experiences in one of the most remarkable countries in the world. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity, with incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane rainforest and sweeping plains. Travelers come from far and wide to catch a glimpse of the magnificent gorillas, yet there is so much more to see and experience. Visit Rwanda with AKITA Wild Tours and Travel to explore the landscape and wildlife of Rwanda. Expeditions visit the three leading Rwandan Volcanoes and National Parks that is Volcanoes National Park, Akagera National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park that homes to many different African Animals.
Bwindi was established as a national park in 1991, the park habituates different bird species, wildlife, flora, and fauna. Mountain gorillas are found in only three countries in the world, Rwanda, Congo, and Uganda. Uganda has got the largest population of mountain gorilla and a number of tourists flood to Bwindi and Mgahinga gorilla national park to trek the endangered mountain gorillas.
Kibale National Park is a renowned primate hub. located in southern Uganda, the park is a habitat to over 1000 individual chimpanzees and 12 other primate species including baboons and the various kinds of monkeys. The Kanyanchu primate walk is the major highlight of this safari – you get to encounter the park’s many primate species. A chimpanzee trekking excursion, guided nature walk, bird watching adventure, and a community visit, are some of the activities you will enjoy while on this safari.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in the southwestern part of Uganda covering an area of 321 km2 and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The forest lies at an altitude between 1160 m -2607 m above sea level and is famous for being home to over 450 mountain gorillas, 350 species of birds, 160 species of trees, over 27 frogs, 120 mammals, 10 primate species, 220 butterflies.