1 january 2006 (eller 31 december 2005?)

There are only about 600 wild gorillas left in the world. 300 of these live in Bwindi national park in Uganda. We trekked throug the "impenetrable forest" to find a gorilla family and spent 90 min with them. After that we did another trekk just to experience the rainforest. We saw some Columbus monkeys and heard Chimpansees.


On the way to Bwindi.


The impenetrable forest. This is the view from our tent.


After an hour walking from the camp we encountered the gorillas.








The young ones were very playful.


A pregnant mother with a child clinging on to the back, while she swung herself between the trees.


Amazing rainforest.




We saw several waterfalls.