Get ready to travel to this historical site and watch ‘the greatest show on earth’. This is when over 1.5 million wildebeest annually migrate across the vast savannah. You can also catch sight of zebras and gazelles, with predators like lions and cheetahs not far behind.
This historical site is considered impenetrable because it contains more than 150 species of trees. This is partly due to the ash released by the now dormant volcanoes in Bwindi over the years. It’s also a biodiversity hotspot which is home to various species of birds, butterflies and half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas.