Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is more than just a UNESCO World Heritage site. A wonderland filled with rare and unique species, you will be sharing the forest with everything from forest elephants and giant forest hogs to more than 11 species of primates, including the majestic gorillas, red-tailed and blue monkeys, baboons, black and white colobus and chimpanzees. It is also home to forest duiker antelopes, bush buck antelopes, and some 200 species of butterflies. A guided forest walk to the Munyaga waterfall trail is a beautiful way to explore the park's diverse ecosystem of dense forest, bamboo groves, and open glades – and the creatures that call it home. The trek takes about three hours and makes a great warm up or cool down day before or after your gorilla trekking adventure.