Eastern Uganda – Off the beaten track safari

An increasingly popular safari route is the Eastern Uganda route going off the beaten track up to Kidepo Valley National Park, using the less traveled eastern route up. With highlights as the source of the mighty river Nile, scenic Sipi Falls, Pian upe wildlife reserve, dramatic nature and a journey through Karamoja the home of the Karamojong people this is truly an unforgettable experience.


Start the journey of Eastern Uganda travelling through the town Jinja where a stop to see the source of the Nile or to do rafting can be included.  Then continue up to Sipi Falls, where you hike to beautiful waterfalls and make a community walk to meet the Sebei tribe. Continue on for special nature in Pian upe wildlife reserve and then enjoy travelling through Karamoja learning about the culture of the Karamojong people and taking in the landscape. Finally arrive to Kidepo Valley National Park to explore the true wilderness in search for interesting sights.


A stop in a remote Karamojong village for a community visit with a dance performance.


A Karamojong man


Meeting along the road. Using donkeys for transport is not common in Uganda, but here in Eastern Uganda they have copied the habbit from our eastern neighbour Kenya.


Life in a road side village in Karamoja


A lady selling drinks as well as the fabrics the Karamojong people commonly wrap themselves in


Being shown how to wrap the fabric and bringing it as  a memory back home


Beautiful sceneries and a kraal, the classic home of the Karamojong people


Be inspired by these itineraries where the Eastern Uganda route is included and mail us to set up your adventure! Remember we can always tailor-make an itinerary to fit your wishes.



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