The Bwindi impenetrable national park is located in the southwestern part of Uganda at the edge of the rift valley, it’s a biodiverse mountainous rainforest with almost 400 plant species. Bwindi was gazette in 1991 and declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1994 as a way to protect the critically endangered species of mountain gorillas, more than half of the world’s population of the species live within the forest, the national park stands out at an altitude of 1160m-2607m above sea level managed under the Uganda wildlife authority
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is located in the southwestern part of Uganda in Kisoro district. It’s one of the smallest national parks well known for gorilla tracking and golden monkey tracking. It was gazetted in 1991 after being declared a game sanctuary by the British Administration, the park covers an area of 33.7km2. It was created to protect mountain gorillas that roam from Virunga national park in the democratic republic of Congo.