This true African wilderness lies in the rugged, semi-arid valleys of Karamoja province on the far northern border of Uganda and Sudan. Kidepo is Uganda’s second largest national park.

Though it is the most remote National Park, Kidepo has an amazing array of flora and fauna. Though few have had the privilege of undertaking the pilgrimage to this park, the stunning beauty of this faultless wilderness is very impressing to adventure enthusiasts looking for wildlife safaris. Kidepo is perfect for Uganda safaris featuring wildlife and different bird species for the visiting birders. It contains a bird list of over 475 species, a total second only to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Also putting in mind, the unique culture of the host community the Karamajong, a nomadic pastoral tribe in north eastern Uganda.

Safari Highlights:

Day 1: Travel to Kidepo Valley National Park
Day 2: Game Drive, Scenic Viewing and Community Walk

Day 3: Nature Walk, Game Drive
Day 4: Scenic Viewing, return to Kampala

DETAILED SAFARI TOUR ITINERARY
Day 1: Kampala – Kidepo Valley National Park:
Have an early Breakfast and drive to Kidepo National Park using the shortest (656 km) route which will take you from Kampala-Soroti -Kotido via Amuria to the far North-East where Uganda borders Kenya and Southern Sudan. You will have an opportunity of viewing some of the Park animals and birds found close by the camp.
Accommodation
Apoka Lodge/Nga’moru Wilderness Camp/Apoka Rest Camp/National Park Bandas at Apoka. Meal Plan: Full Board Travel Time: Full day drive

Day 2: Game Drive, Scenic Viewing and Community Walk: After an early morning breakfast, embark on a morning game drive to Kanangorok hot spring. Where a variety of animals and birds can be seen roving around like the fast running Ostrich. Have an afternoon Game Drive that will take you through the Narus Valley to see herds of buffaloes, elephants, giraffes, zebras and hopefully some lions, leopard and the elusive cheetah. This will also enable you to be in full sight of varieties of birds as well. Stops will be made at any time in order for you to be able to take pictures of fabulous wildlife and birds along the way. En route to your camp for lunch and have a brief rest, until evening where you will go for a cultural tour in the Karamajong community. Here you will spend a wonderful evening with Karamojong people and have an insight of their way of life and beliefs. At the end of the tour you will be able to understand why their pride makes them slow to adapt to globalization.
Accommodation
Apoka Lodge/Nga’moru Wilderness Camp/Apoka Rest Camp/National Park Bandas at Apoka. Meal Plan: Full Board

Day 3: Nature Walk, Game Drive: Have an early breakfast and go for a nature walk to view a variety of fauna and flora species in the park. Return to your camp for lunch and a brief rest in the mid-afternoon. Take another exciting game drive across savannah, hills, small forests, dry river beds and rings of mountains around you.
Accommodation
Apoka Lodge/Nga’moru Wilderness Camp/Apoka Rest Camp/National Park Bandas at Apoka. Meal Plan: Full Board<

Day 4: Scenic Viewing and Return to Kampala: Have an early breakfast and go for a nature walk to view a variety of fauna and flora species in the park. Return to your camp for lunch and a brief rest in the mid-afternoon. Take another exciting game drive across savannah, hills, small forests, dry river beds and rings of mountains around you. Meal Plan: Full Board Travel Time: Full day drive

Safari Exclusions:Airfares, Visa Fees, Personal Insurance, Expenses of personal nature such as; drinks, tips, laundry, telephone, cigarettes, accommodation & meals not indicated in the itinerary and optional activities.

Extra Services:Airport transfers Entebbe-Kampala (USD 40$), Kampala-Entebbe- (USD 30$) Booking accommodation for you (Night before safari starts and night after safari in case your flight is on the next day). We recommend the following accommodations: Meal Plan: Bed and Breakfast.