Kidepo Valley Safari (4 days)

Kidepo Valley National Park in Northern Uganda is one of the less-traveled tourist destinations in Uganda but the few who make it there agree that it tops among Africa’s finest. In these 4 days, you will enjoy walks, village interactions, expansive savannah plains, hills, and rivers, and the big and small animals that include lions, cheetahs, elephants, giraffes, and different bird species.


Day 1: Kampala to Kidepo.

A Native Expeditions Safaris driver guide will pick you up from your hotel or airport and transfer you to Kidepo Valley National Park. We will make a stopover in Kitgum for lunch. After lunch you will proceed to the park, arriving at your lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Game Drive Day.

After breakfast on your second day, you will head out for a morning game drive. Kidepo Valley National park is home to animals like the biggest buffalo herd of up to 3000 a herd, elephants, giraffes, zebras, different types of antelopes, prides of lions and it is the only national park where you can find cheetahs in Uganda.

In the evening after dinner, you will return to the tracks for a night game drive to experience the nocturnal life of lions, porcupine, elephants, among others and later return to the lodge for overnight.

Day 3: Walking Safari and a cultural experience.

On the third day, you will enjoy a guided walking safari starting after breakfast from around 7.00am and is guided by an experienced and knowledgeable ranger guide. Note that, in Uganda, walking safaris only take place in Lake Mburo National Park and Kidepo Valley National park. The walk takes about 3-4 hours.

You will then return to the lodge for lunch. After lunch, you will have an opportunity to interact with the local people and buy local crafts made by the same people.

Day 4: Return to Kampala

After a very early breakfast on the final day, all roads will lead to Kampala for a drop off at the airport or an alternative drop-off point of your choice.





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Uganda intimately referred to as The Pearl of Africa is blessed with undeniable natural beauty. In the west, the Rwenzori peaks reach towards the sky, the perfect challenge for bold explorers – Across the nation, parks are home to some of the world’s most exotic animals: Silverbacks, Africa’s big 5, and the friendliest people in the World.