Bwindi impenetrable Forest is one of the few all year-round destinations in east Africa with different seasons and expectations but one attraction in assurance, that is the mountain gorillas. The best time is usually from June to August and December to February, there is little rains during these months and the trekking trails are less slippery hence walkable.

June to August and December to February are commonly the driest months and provides the most favorable weather for gorilla trekkers. March to April and September to November are very wet months with lots of rain, slippery forest trails and usually referred to as low season. This is the best time for bird watching safaris in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and gorilla tracking permits are usually available.

The best time to visit Bwindi is from June to August and December to February. This is because the trails are drier and gorilla trekking is so easier.

The most favorable weather conditions in Bwindi happens in June, July, and December to February since there is less rainfall.

The worst and unfriendly weather conditions are from March to May and September to November since there are heavy rains and the trails are muddy, slippery and hard to trek through.

During the drier season also known as peak season, the days are brighter with sunshine and wildlife viewing is at its best. Literally, this is the best time to track these great apes in Bwindi. But, don’t forget to always carry warm clothes with you when going to the Southern part of Uganda since it gets cold sometimes, most especially at night. And when it shines, the sun rays boil you like Karahari desert, so carrying a number of water bottles is not extravagance. Worry little about mosquitoes’ malaria during the dry season as they got few reproducing areas. Since it’s a peak season in June to August, it’s common to meet many other tourists from your country of origin in the park or along the gorilla trekking routes.

During the rainy season, it’s usually wet and misty and sometimes rains for days. Migration of birds in the park is usually on high rate and these are the best months for bird watching. Tracking gorillas during this period especially between March and May is the very hard as the roads or trekking trails are greasy and muddy. It’s advisable to carry warm clothes and long boots in case you decide to go trekking in this season.

Bwindi impenetrable Forest is known for viewing mountain gorillas in the wild. There are two main entries from where you can do this and that is Buhoma and Nkuringo. Gorillas are found on high mountainous altitude with deep valleys. In case you are looking for a charming and unforgettable adventure, a gorilla tracking safari in Bwindi is just the perfect thing to do.