3 Days Kidepo National Park Safari


Kidepo Valley National park is located in Kaabong District, in the northeastern corner of Uganda. The park is located approximately 220 kilometres (140 mi), by road northwest of Moroto, the largest town in the sub-region. Its location is approximately 520km, by road, northeast of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city.

The Kidepo Valley National Park is one of Uganda’s most spectacular parks. Tucked into the corner of Uganda’s border with Sudan and Kenya, the park offers breathtaking Savannah landscapes, which creates a rugged horizon. As a result, the variety of animal species in the park is equally abundant including many which are found nowhere else in Uganda. Mountain forest dominates some of the high places, while areas along the Lorupei River support dense Acacia Geradi forest. The flora and fauna of the park are more typical of Kenya than the rest of Uganda. The landscape throughout the park is studded with small hills, rocky outcrops and Inselbergs from which one can obtain stunning views in all directions.



3 Days Kidepo Valley National Park Tour  


Day 1: Destination

Day 2: Wildlife Tour at Kidepo

Day 3: Transfer back to Gulu and Gulu sight-seeing tour



 3 Days 2 Nights Kidepo Valley National Park Safari


Day 1: Kampala – Fly to Kidepo Valley National Park

Day 2 : Discover Kidepo Valley National Park

Day 3: Kidepo Valley National Park – Fly back to Kampala



4 Days Kidepo Wildlife Road Safari


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.