Your 4 days wild safari takes you to Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda’s most remote park, situated in the Karamoja region, in north-eastern Uganda. The park’s major attractions include; the Kidepo and Narus rivers, Mount Morungole, Kanangarok hot spring, the Narus and Kidepo valleys. The IK farmers, Karamojong, and Dodoth pastoralists, are also part of the park’s attractions. Game drives, birding excursions, hikes and nature walks, are some of the adventures to engage in while at the park.
Departure & Return Location
Entebbe International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
3 Nights Full Board Accommodation
All transportation in destination location
Guide Service Fee
Any Private Expenses
Air tickets & visa fees
What to Expect
Your 4 Days Kidepo Valley wildlife safari will include;
Visit the Nyero rock paintings en-route
Game drive in Narus Valley
Encounter the native Karamojong
Hike through the Lomej mountains
Return to Kampala – end of safari
Day 1Travel to Kidepo Valley National Park – visit Nyero rock paintings en-route
Your wild safari begins when you set off for the remote north-eastern region – the location of Kidepo Valley National Park. You will visit the ancient Nyero rock paintings en-route. Once you arrive at the park, you will check in at a lodge of your choice. Because of its remote and distant location from the capital, you will reach the park in the late evening.
Day 2Game drive in Narus Valley – cultural encounter with the native Karamojong
The day will begin with a game drive in the Narus Valley, a wildlife hub in Kidepo. You will spot several wildlife including; elephants, jackals, bushbucks, duikers, bush pigs, buffaloes, ostriches, leopards, and lions which are normally seen sitting on the valley’s massive rocks. Later in the afternoon, you will embark on cultural tour – a visit to the native Karamojong community.
Day 3Hiking through the Lomej mountains – birding excursion in the park
The day will begin with a hiking excursion through the Lomej mountains. You will walk through the Narus Valley and meet the IK tribe. Later in the day, you will embark on a birding excursion at Apoka Rest Camp and the fringes of the Narus and Namamukweny valleys.
Day 4Encounter the Kanangarok Hot springs – return to Kampala – end of safari
Before setting off on your journey back to Kampala, you will drive out to the extreme north of the park to explore Kanangarok, a tepid hot spring, and the most permanent source of water in the park. Your safari will end when your guide drops you at a location of your choice in Kampala.