Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park – Uganda Wildlife Safaris Tour Experience

The semi-arid valleys and savanna of Uganda’s far north is the setting of Kidepo Valley National Park, the country’s most isolated national park and home to some of Africa’s most stunning wilderness.

The park’s 1,442 square kilometers are divided across two river valleys, the Kidepo and the Narus.

In the dry season, the water recedes to seasonal oases—wetlands and remnant pools—near Apoka, in the Narus Valley.

This makes Kidepo perfect for watching the 475 species of birds and 77 mammal species that inhabit the park, including ostriches and cheetahs, via Jeep safaris on dirt roads that crisscross its southern and western reaches.

5 Days Uganda Safari Holiday
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