Weather conditions in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest national park has a tropical type of climate with the annual mean temperature ranging from a minimum of 7–15°C to a maximum of 20–27°C Its annual rainfall ranges from 1,400 to 1,900 millimeters. Peak rainfall occurs from March to April and from September to November.
Normally Bwindi impenetrable forest is cold in the mornings and in the nights with moderate temperatures between 7⁰C and 20⁰C especially in the months of June to July. Months of September to November experience a total annual rainfall of 2390mm raining for long hours with gentle drizzles.
Gorilla tracking in the forest is one of the richest Eco system in Africa with a vast diversity of species dated over 25000 years and has accumulated a lengthy species list which include 120 species of mammals including 10 primates which include the mountain gorillas that can be enjoyed any time of the year
Tracking mountain gorillas in the jungle is a great way to reboot your soul and rekindle your spirit. Take a walk to the picture perfect Muyanga waterfall which looks like something straight out of a storybook. Community interactions include visits to the award-winning Bwindi Community Hospital, a community walk through local villages to see how locals brew local gin (waragi) from bananas; a visit to the Batwa Pygmy Tribe and a visit to the local school and orphanage. All which will take you through an amazing experience along the safari
Getting gorillas in the mist weather condition in Bwindi impenetrable forest is not an easy experience, but it’s well worth the effort as getting along the thick trails you get to encounter a variety of primates regardless of the slippery and muddy environment due the rainy atmosphere around the forest
Note that the park is also close to the equator and temperatures vary as a result of the variations in the altitude, so rain can come when you least expect it regardless of the dry or wet season. Therefore, anyone planning a gorilla trekking safari should ensure to include warm clothing because of the cold weather.
Coming face to face with the endangered mountain gorillas amidst cool weather conditions in Bwindi impenetrable national park in their natural habitat is one of the most profound wildlife encounters you will ever experience as you will fail to find words to describe the jewel of the country with such amazing human friendly creatures.
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