Kidepo Valley National Park is located in the north of Uganda towards the borders to South Sudan and Kenya. It is the most remote of Uganda’s national parks and few tourists find their way here. For the lucky ones who do the park has a lot to offer. Kidepo is rich in big game so a game-drive here can give you a great experience and the nature is more like that of our neighbor Kenya with big planes of savanna. Within the park 77 different species of mammals and 475 bird species can be found. Some of the big mammals that can be found here are lions, giraffe, buffalo, zebra, elephants and leopards.
In the area it is also possible to make a community visit to the Karamojong people who live in the north-east parts of Uganda. They are sharing the same roots as the Masaai of Kenya, make their living as cattle herders and mostly still live in a traditional way. A visit to one of their villages lets you see how they live and learn a bit about their culture.
– Safari walk
– Community visit to Karamojong people
Due to its northern location the drive to Kidepo is long (count on spending a night on the way), but it’s an experience in it self to see the countryside and nature on the way. An option to going by car is to take a flight.
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