How to Access Bwindi Impenetrable National Park from Queen Elizabeth national park
How to Access Bwindi Impenetrable National Park from Queen Elizabeth national park for gorilla trekking after a wildlife safari encounter: What cannot be forgotten is that travelers can access Bwindi after or before they have a peek at another national park due to its close proximity. This strategic positioning gives travelers a chance to traverse two national parks on the same trip and the national parks that can be visited on the same trip within Bwindi Impenetrable National Park include Queen Elizabeth National Park and Lake Mburo National Park all located in the southwestern park of Uganda.
The fact that Bwindi has four sections where gorilla trekking is done at the provided time offering the best habituation experience of mountain gorilla families, a clear time location gives a chance to both habituation and trekkers ample time to prepare themselves for the activity in different sectors. These sectors especially Buhoma, Ruhija, Nkuringo, and Rushaga are well situated in the southern part of the park and the leading sector is Buhoma which can be visited through Queen Elizabeth National park within 3-6 hours by the road depending on which side of the park the traveler is based/stays. As if this is not enough, usually travelers from Ishasha sector southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park spend about two to four hours by road to reach to Buhoma gorilla trekking sector in the northern park of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park whereas it takes other travelers an additional of two hours from other parks of queen Elizabeth such as Kaseyi, Katungulu, and Mweya Peninsular to link to Buhoma in Bwindi and this makes Ishasha sector of the queen the easiest route to access Buhoma sector In Bwindi and thus it’s advisable that clients in queen Elizabeth national park who intent to visit Bwindi do pass through Ishasha sector as they enrich themselves with experience of a tree-climbing lion.
Further, some tourists Fly from Mweya airstrip in Queen Elizabeth to Kisoro airfield where they easily access Bwindi sectors located within the southern part of the park and can as well use the chartered plane to Northern part of the park to land on Kayonza airstrip for easy tours of the northern side of the park. From Mburo National Park, however, it can take five to seven hours and a half hours drive by road to access Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in regard to the side of the park you wish to kick off the trekking with.