4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari


4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari, which is hidden in Uganda’s wild region, is ostensibly the most remote national park in the country, but it still stands out as one of the best unspoiled locations any wildlife viewer can ever visit in Uganda while on a Uganda safari, Uganda tours, or Uganda wildlife safaris. One of the best wilderness regions in Africa, this pristine national park is home to a few extinct animal species that aren’t present in any other national parks in Uganda. Kidepo is situated near to a few mountainous bodies in the center of a Savannah environment. Once you step foot in Uganda, you will understand just how many reasons there are to arrange your safari here. This national park is a fantastic place for a cultural path in addition to the spectacular wildlife safari experience, especially for those who want to see the Karamojongs, Acholis, and other outstanding tribes. Nature hikes, bird watching, and trekking are a few of the other thrilling tourist activities you may enjoy in this environment. The exceptional housing and lodging choices offered by Apoka Safari Lodge and Kidepo Savannah Resort

The Kidepo Valley National Park is located in the Kaabong area of northern Uganda. The settlement of Kabong is located close to the South Sudanese and Ugandan borders. The colonial authorities converted Kidepo into a game reserve in 1958 as a result of excessive poaching and vegetation degradation by the Ik and Dodoth while they attempted to reduce the quantity of Tse Tse flies in the park at the time. The wildlife reserve was transformed into Kidepp Valley national park four years later, in 1962. Narus and Kidepo are the two principal valleys in the park. At the heart of each of these valleys is a river bearing the same name. In the middle of the dry season, the Narus and Kidepo rivers dry up, allowing the animals to subsist in the last little puddles (oasis). Kidepo is the park in Uganda with the nicest terrain because of the park’s semi-arid climate, mountains, Savannah grasslands, plains, and wildlife.

4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari, For individuals who desire to travel to a different location, the 4 Days Kidepo Safari package is perfect. In the distant, mountainous, and semi-arid regions of Karamoja is where you’ll find Kidepo Valley National Park. The park, which has a surface area of roughly 1,440 km2, has been hailed by CNN Travel as one of the best three parks in Africa. This undiscovered jewel is Uganda’s actual response to the Serengeti in Tanzania and Kenya. The park’s natural surroundings, untouched savanna grassland, mountains, and wild animals serve as a reminder of how the African plains once were, even though it is not as well-known or as frequently visited as other tourist destinations in Uganda like Murchison Falls or Queen Elizabeth national parks.

Kidepo Valley National Park features a setting that is ideal for an authentic African wildlife safari and a variety and richness of species. Elephants, cheetahs, ostriches, hippopotamuses, baboons, giraffes, wild dogs, oryx, buffalo, lions, and many antelope species, including bush babies, can all be seen by visitors. Bird watchers can view over 475 different species. The park is less busy because of its rural setting, and guests receive unique and personalized treats.

Tour highlights

  • Flights to Kidepo valley airstrip
  • Two game drives at the Narus and Kidepo Valleys
  • Spotting ostriches and hot springs at the Kidepo valley
  • Visiting the Karamojong and Ik indigenous communities

    Price Includes:

  • Park fees
  • Transport in 4X4 vehicle
  • Bottled water
  • Airport/Airstrip transfers

    Price Excludes:

  • International flights
  • Visas
  • Souvenirs and tips.
  • Personal expenses like laundry, crafts, drinks, cigars,

Itinary in details

You will be picked up by Dav Safaris guide and driven to either Entebbe Airport or Kajjansi Airfield from your hotel in Kampala or Entebbe. Your two-hour trip will offer you the chance to observe Uganda’s stunning and ever-changing environment. When you arrive at Kidepo Valley Airfield, our point of contact at the park will pick you up. Following the transfer, you will check-in at your lodge, eat lunch, unwind/swim, and wait for your afternoon game drive. During on the afternoon game drive, look for lions, hippos, wild dogs, buffalo, elephants, leopards, and other antelope species. At the Apoka Safari lodge, you’ll have dinner and spend the night.

After a superb breakfast at your lodge, you’ll be driven to the Narus Valley for a game drive. You will likely observe creatures and birds that you didn’t notice on the initial game drive because every game drive is unique. Kidepo is a stunning park where the scenery and untamed environment will astound you. Before going back to your accommodation for lunch and a pool, take enough pictures. You’ll be taken to see the Karamojong people in the afternoon. The Karamojong are pastoral nomads who reside in distinctive, transitory homes called manyatas. Their leaders will educate you about aspects of their culture and amuse you with their folk dances and music.

Dinner and overnight will be at Apoka Safari lodge.

The third day starts with breakfast and is followed by travel to the Kidepo valley. In order to see more animals, ostriches, and other bird species, you will pass through the Narus valley once more on your route to the Kidepo valley. You can learn more about the significance of Kidepo’s well-known hot springs to the local and indigenous populations. Before going back to your lodging, you ought to visit the South Sudan-Uganda border. At Apoka Safari Lodge, where you will also spend the night.

Get up, eat breakfast, check out, and then be driven to Kidepo Valley Airfield in order to fly to Kajjansi Airfield in Kampala or Entebbe International Airport. After that, you will proceed to your overseas flight.

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