Mgahinga Gorilla is Uganda’s smallest national park. However, it is also one of the most dramatic for the park lies on the northern slopes of Mts. Muhabura, Mgahinga and Sabyinyo, three volcanoes that create an unforgettable regional backdrop. These peaks are three of the six Virunga volcanoes that mark the southern limit of the Albertine Rift Valley and are divided between Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo.
The park contains at least 39 species of mammal and 79 birds.
A stroll towards the Democratic Republic of Congo takes you through a wetland area where Ibis, Speckled Mouse Bird, and Fire Finch are found.