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KIDEPO … a forgotten wilderness

In an area inhabited by the Karamojong people, perhaps the last truly traditional hunter/pastoralists in Africa, lies the Kidepo Valley National Park. Located in the remote far north-eastern corner of Uganda, nestled between the Napore and Zulia mountain ranges, Kidepo is the last enclave of protected land in the whole Karamoja region with population of zebra, elephant and giraffe. There are host of other occasionally sighted residents such as cheetah, wild dog, lesser kudu and ostrich.

Kidepo is the only arid-savannah National Park in Uganda and supports a wider variety of mammal species (82) than any other protected area in Uganda.
We’ll stay in the Apoka Game Lodge, a well furbished establishment. All rooms have full private facilities.

1Travel to Kidepo by air, Lunch, Afternoon game drive
Dinner and overnight at the restcamp
2All day excursion to the Kananorok Hot Springs- an incredible spot, do date visited by a handful of tourists.
Evening “Sundowners” drink overlooking the Narus Valley Plains; dinner and overnight at the restcamp.

3“Sunrise” game drive, breakfast.
Free afternoon
Evening game drive

4After breakfast, there will be time for a short bushwalk along the Narus river before we depart for Kampala, returning late in the afternoon.


May 26, 2017, 11:43 pm
Mostly clear
Mostly clear
current pressure: 1020 mb
humidity: 95%
wind speed: 1 m/s SSW
sunrise: 6:43 am
sunset: 6:51 pm

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