4 Days Kidepo Valley National Park

4 Days Kidepo Valley National Park

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4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari in Uganda / 4 Days Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda Safari

4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari in Uganda organized by acacia safaris Uganda takes you for a great wildlife safari tour to Kidepo Valley national park. Kidepo Valley National Park is located on Uganda’s border with Sudan and Kenya in the extreme corner in the Northeast of the country.

The park comprises rolling savannah grasslands and a rugged spectacular mountain landscape. The park is accessible by road or by Air from Entebbe. Kidepo is considered one of the wildest, original African parks in Africa, offering a great experience of nature and game viewing.

Day 1 of the 4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari in Uganda: You will be transferred to the airstrip to board a chartered flight to Kidepo.

4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari

Kidepo Valley National Park

Arrive in the park and after lunch, enjoy panoramic views of the Narus River Valley and photographic opportunities of wildlife from the verandah of the lodge.

An evening game drive along the Narus River Valley for game viewing and photography of Elephants, herds of Buffaloes, Jackals, Jackson’s Hartebeest, Klipspringer, and possibly Lions. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge/Camp according to your choice between classic, midrange, and budget accommodation.

Day 2 of the 4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari in Uganda: After an early breakfast, go for a morning game drive to Kanangorok hot spring.

A variety of animals can be seen roaming around including Ostrich. Return to the lodge for lunch. In the afternoon have a cultural experience that will bring us into contact with Karamojong peoples at Karenna and Kapedo.

Meet the local elders and have an opportunity to interact with them. They will show you the kraals, the grinding stones, and many more interesting items. Return for dinner and overnight.

Day 3 of the 4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari in Uganda: Another day to enjoy wildlife and African landscape and a guided nature walk. Return for dinner and overnight

Day 4 of the 4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari in Uganda: After breakfast, board your chartered flight back to Kampala

End of the 4 Days Kidepo Valley Wildlife Safari in Uganda

Kidepo Valley National park Is an isolated park found in the rocky semi-arid of Karamoja bordering Uganda, South Sudan, and Kenya, located on 1442 square meters dominated by rugged savannah and beautiful blue mountains such as Napore-Nyagia mountain, Morungole mountain, Lotukei mountain, and many more others. The fact that it is in a semi-arid area, water supply is scarce and can be found along with a few places such as the Narus River and Kidepo River

Initially, Kidepo national park was not a national park as it was just another area inhabited by the Dodoth pastoralists who are famously known as the Karamajong and the IK farmers. There were many Borassus palm trees that attracted so many people that came to pick the fruits and make things out of them such as beer, therefore the Dodoth pastoralist named it Kidepo from their verb a Kidepo meaning ‘to pick up’.

In 1958 the area was gazetted because people were burning down the bushes as it was infested with tsetse flies and the fact that animals were attacking people and their livestock/homesteads, it was therefore gazetted to protect both the animals from being poached and attacking people with their livestock. This was formally finalized in 1962 when it was converted into a national park, this left most inhabitants homeless as they were shifted from the park.

These people almost became extinct and can only be found up the scenic Morungole Mountains that are near to Kidepo Valley National Park, if you opt to visit these areas, you will hear all these amazing stories. To have a clear image of what Kidepo was after the transition is by watching a documentary film that was made, called ‘The wild and the brave’

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Besides, Uganda has such a wealth of attractions that a single visit will not be enough to discover all its wonders. It has 10 National parks namely: Murchison falls National Park, Kidepo Valley NP, Queen Elizabeth NP, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Semuliki National Park, Rwenzori Mountains NP, Kibale Forest NP, Bwindi impenetrable NP, Mt.Elgon NP. Each of these offers magnificent and unique fauna and flora, which make visitors always remember memorable moments in the Pearl of Africa.

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BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK; Bwindi Impenetrable national park, 331 km, is located in South Western Uganda, on the edge of the Albertine Rift Valley, at an altitude range from 1.160 m to 2.607m. This is a real tropical rainforest, spread over a series of steep ridges and valleys.

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MGAHINGA GORILLA NATIONAL PARK; Mgahinga National Park, only 38 sq.km in size, is the Ugandan part of the bigger Virunga Conservation Area, which is a jointly protected area with Congo and Rwanda. It includes three extinct volcanoes: Mount Sabinyo (3.669 m.), Mount Gahinga (3.474 m.), and Mount Muhavura (4.127 m.). “Mgahinga” is named after Mount Gahinga plus the initial of Mount Muhavura.

The vegetation is the one typical of Afromontane areas, with a consistent bamboo forest. There are 76 mammal species recorded, including buffaloes, elephants, bushbucks, golden monkeys, leopards. 115 bird species have been recorded, including Rwenzori turaco, crowned hornbill, black kite, and crowned crane. Mgahinga hosts a population of golden monkeys and a few families of mountain gorillas. Read More…

MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK; Murchison Falls Conservation Area is the largest protected area in Uganda, 5.025kms, including Murchison Falls National Park. Read More…

QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK; This park lies on 2.056 sq. km of land situated south of the Rwenzori Mountains, bordering Congo and including two lakes. Read More.

KIDEPO VALLEY NATIONAL PARK; Kidepo national park was not a national park as it was just another area inhabited by the Dodoth pastoralists who are famously known. Read More…

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LAKE MBURO NATIONAL PARK; This park, 260 sq.km, is located in Mbarara District, with an altitude range from 1220m to 1828m above sea level. The park is named after the lake which lies in this territory. Read More…

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