5 Days Kidepo Wildlife Safari

This trip includes five days of sigh seeing, game viewing, cultural excursion and delicious cuisine. Get the most out of your 5-day Kidepo Valley National Park safari. One of the 10 national parks in Uganda, Kidepo Valley National Park has a diverse array of pristine species.

It is located in the northern region of Uganda and borders Republic of South Sudan. This is a road safari, with an option of taking a flight to shorten the trip and prevent overexertion. The safari begins from Kampala, followed by four days in one of Africa’s most pristine wildernesses.

Safari details.

Day 1: Arrival and Kampala city tour.

Once you have safely landed at Entebbe International Airport, a representative from our company will warmly meet and greet you and lead you into Uganda, the pearl of Africa where you will experience the real African continent.

Take a tour of Kampala city, including stops at the national museum, markets and iconic religious sites. After that, you’ll have lunch around the town before retiring for dinner and night stay.

Day 2: Depart Kampala to Kidepo National Park.

You will depart Kampala for the northern region of the country—Kidepo Valley National Park, a true African wilderness, after enjoying a delectable breakfast at the hotel. The journey starts at dawn and lasts for about ten to eleven hours. Along the way, you’ll see busy cities, bustling towns, and scattered farms. Make a stopover enroute for lunch and refreshments. From there, you will head to your lodge for dinner and a leisurely nap.

Day 3: Full day Game Drive

Spend the full day after breakfast exploring Kidepo valley, Narus valley and other areas of importance in the park. Kidepo Valley is a pure African wilderness with one of the most magnificent sceneries on earth. Several birds, plants, and animals that you may recognize throughout the game drive reside on the over 1442 sq km of land.

African cape elephants, African buffaloes, waterbucks, various antelope species, lions, leopards, cheetahs, Nubian giraffes, ostriches, wolf-eared bats, bulbuls and other animals are only a few of the numerous species. You’ll eat lunch in the wild before retiring for the night for dinner.

Day 4: Morning Game drive and Afternoon Cultural adventure

Have a sunrise breakfast at the lodge followed by a 3- to 4-hours’ morning game drive to look for some of the mammals you missed on the previous game drive. These include animals like lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas and others.

Return to the lodge for breakfast and lunch after the scenic game drive. Visit the Karamojong tribe, one of Uganda’s most recognized herdsmen. It will be time to learn more about African culture, including their manyatta huts, dances and language. We invite visitors to contribute financially and materially to the community. Dinner and a sound sleep can help you wind down after the day’s activities.

Day 5: Departure to Kampala.

Following a leisurely breakfast at the lodge, you will check out and travel to the designated drop-off location, which may be the airport or another location of your choice. You will stop in Gulu city along the way to enjoy lunch, photography, and relax. After that, continue driving to the designated drop-off location. 

End of tour.

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