This four-day trip takes you to Kidepo National Park, one of Uganda’s most beautiful parks, which is located in the country’s remote north-eastern corner. It covers 1,442 square kilometers and has scenery that no other park in East Africa can match. The southern part receives 890mm of rain, while the northern part receives 635mm. The park, which is tucked into the corner of Uganda’s border with Sudan and Kenya, offers breathtaking Savannah landscapes and many lions, as well as the rare ostrich.
Day 1: Pick up in Kampala and travel to the Kidepo Valley National Park.
Your driver/guide will pick you up at 6 a.m. from Kampala and drive you to Kidepo Valley National Park, stopping for lunch en route in Gulu town. Continue past Kitgum town and into Karamoja land, eventually arriving at Kdepo Valley National Park. The park features stunning Savannah landscapes that culminate in a rugged horizon. A large latitudinal range and correspondingly diverse climatic conditions have resulted in a flora with a wide range of species. There are 463 bird species here, including the ostrich, kori bustard, and secretary. The bat-eared fox, striped hyena, aardwolf, caracal, and cheetah are among the rare species found in Kidepo. Lion prides, elephant herds, buffaloes, giraffes, eland, zebra, and other animals can be found in this park. As a result, the park’s tour activities begin the next day, with dinner and overnight at Kidepo Savannah Lodge.
Day 2: Includes two game drives.
After breakfast, go on a game drive. You’ll almost certainly see giraffes, antelopes, lions, elephants, hyenas, buffaloes, and Uganda Kobs, which are all unique to the African Savannah. The magnificent Kidepo river valley, dominated by a borassus palm forest, the surreal savannah landscape, and the breathtaking view of the Narus valley in the park’s southwest. The Lotukei Mountains and the Morongole range, which mark the park’s southern boundary, are to the north of Sudan, and the Kanangorok hot spring is to the south, with a view of a variety of fauna, including the tall Ostrich. After that, we’ll return to Park Bandas for lunch and rest.After lunch, we’ll go on another game drive in the evening to see what wildlife the area has to offer. Observing buffalo herds, elephants, and a variety of birds such as ostrich herons, OR visiting the Kanangorok Hot Springs. For dinner and the night, return to Kidepo Savannah Lodge.
Day 3: Another game drive, this time in a different part of the country.
Morning and evening game drives in the park, exploring the park’s diverse wildlife. The game drive will give you the opportunity to see some of the back bird and animal species such as the cheetah and hunting dog, bat fox and stripped hyena, gazelles, zebras, Rothschild’s giraffes, antelope species such as the roan antelope, bushbuck, bohor reed buck Jackson’s hartebeest, Buffaloes, Elands, Bushbucks, Waterbucks, Elephant In the evening, you will participate in a cultural tour of the Karamajong community, which will allow you to spend time with the locals and learn more about their culture, way of life, and beliefs. By the end of the tour, you’ll understand why their pride makes them slow to adapt to the changing world, and why their love for cattle is comparable to the Masai of Kenya and Tanzania. Return to Kidepo Savannah Lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 4: Return to Kampala
You will be driven back to Kampala after breakfast the next morning. After stopping for lunch along the way, proceed to Entebbe airport for your evening flight back home.
- Airport Pickup
- Park Entry Fees
- Safari Guides