Typography

Bwindi is chilly in the morning and at night with average temperatures ranging from 7⁰C - 20⁰C. The coldest period in Bwindi is June and July, while wet seasons are March-May and September-November with total annual rainfall of up to 2390mm. Rains in March-May are short. They are heavier in September-November but can just be long hours of soft drizzle.

Gorilla tracking  can be enjoyed  any time of  the year.  However, depending on your tolerance for mud underfoot and rain trickling down your neck, there’s some variation in how comfortable you might be during the Gorilla tracking activity

Uganda’s  dry season runs from December to February and from mid-June to mid-August which also doubles as the peak season for Gorilla Tracking safaris . However, the habitat being a montane forest sometimes it rains during these dry months.  Wet season is March to May and again in September through until November. The long rains stretch from mid-March to mid-May.

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Uganda Wildlife Our Problem Animal Team is demonstrating the construction of a Crocodile Exclusion Enclosure (CEE) & giving safety… https://t.co/kTFtDWI3JQ
Monday, 16 September 2019 12:58
Uganda Wildlife Tourism Sports Gala underway at Kyadondo Rugby grounds. In action is UWA playing friends of football. https://t.co/nT7DY7FnCK
Sunday, 15 September 2019 11:13

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