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Mountain Gorilla Trekking Kisoro Area Bwindi Forest

Mountain Gorilla Trekking Kisoro Area Bwindi Forest, Kisoro is a home to mountain gorilla trekking in Uganda, both Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park are located in around Kisoro area, Kisoro district is found in southwestern Uganda and it is about 8 to 9 hours drive from Kampala the Capital City of Uganda, you can also access Kisoro via Rwanda, its only about 3 and half hour drive from Kigali Rwanda to Kisoro Town, kisoro is well located on the two borders Rwanda and DR-Congo with the amazing view of volcanic mountains and virunga volcano mountain range  which extends to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mghinga Gorilla National Park in Kisoro area, both parks accommodates the largest number of mountain gorillas in the world.

Kisoro is Tourism Destination in Uganda?

Kisoro  town best known as the “Switzerland of Africa”  because of its beautiful  scenery, rolling hills  and mountainous terrain, the temperatures in Kisoro area is cool mostly in the morning, evening and at night,  Kisoro is also known as one of the district in Uganda which is geographical well located and also  Kisoro  area is Uganda’s tourism destination because of the incredible mountain gorillas in the area.

 Mountain Gorilla Trekking Kisoro Area Bwindi Forest?

Stay in Kisoro town and trek gorillas in Nkuringo sector and Rushaga sector of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, it is only one hour and half from Kisoro town, you can as well easily access Mgahinga Gorilla National Park which is only 45 mints drive from kisoro town

Visit Lake Mutanda in Kisoro Area?

While you are around Kisoro area we can recommend that you Spend your some time on the shores of Lake Mutanda it is one of most beautiful in Uganda and Africa, some of activities includes the dugout canoe ride, hiking around the lake, taking part in village culture activities and the Batwa ethnic groups and many others thing to do around lake mutanda

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