• Duration

    2- 4 days

  • Location

    Kidepo National Park

  • Available Tickets


  • Price

    Price available after quote

Kidepo Valley National Park is located in Uganda bordering Sudan and Kenya and is 700km away from Kampala by road transport.

Kideo Valley National Park was gazetted as a national park in the early 1960’s; Famous for game viewing of big game animals and well over 600 bird species it has become known as an Africa’s finest wilderness.

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Game Drives in Kidepo Valley

Kidepo National Park has two main sites for game viewing; Narus Valley game drive and Kidepo Valley Drive.

Narus valley game drive is the favourite spot for wildlife present between 6am in the morning and 4pm evenings.

The southern permanent water points  along Narus Valley attracts buffalos, elephants, giraffes and eland.

While the dry Kidepo valley has no presence for big games, however it’s popular for beautiful scenery.The hour-long drive to Kanangorok Hot Springs passes some magnificent landscapes. 30 kilometers north of the park’s tourism hub at Apoka, the road crosses the dry, sandy bed of the Kidepo River to enter an expansive plain lined to the east by the Morungule mountain range and to the north by the looming, 2975m high Jebel Lotuke in South Sudan. Mammals are rare in this area but ostriches and secretary birds are often seen.

Bird Watching – Kidepo Valley

For bird lovers, Apoka Rest Camp, Narus and Namamukweny valleys are the best suitable spots for bird watching. These sites are popular for bird species like  Abyssinian Roller, Purple Heron, Abyssinian Ground Hornbill and Clapperton’s Francolin only found in Kidepo National Park. The best time for bird watching are both in the morning and evening.

Hiking/Nature Walks in Kidepo Valley

The Lomej Mountains is an amaing scenic terrain for hiking activitives; during the leisurely walks, the tourists get an opportunity to meet with members of the endangered IK tribe who are found along the splendid Kidepo River valley between banks of Borassus palm forest.

Community Tours in Kidepo Valley

The Lorokul cultural group are natives of kidepo valley.  They depend on cattle herding as their main livelihood. The tourists get to see and learn about the Lorokul fascinating cultures and way of living.