4 Days
Tour Type
Cultural Encounters
Wildlife Safaris
Group Size

4-day Kidepo Wildlife Safari

This 4-day Kidepo wildlife safari takes you to explore Uganda’s most exclusive and purest National park for zebras, giraffes, lions, elephants, hippos & much more.

Included in Trek Price

  • Local English-speaking guide/driver
  • All accommodation & meals indicated in the itinerary
  • All transport & fuel for the trip
  • Bottled drinking water throughout the safari
  • Park and activity fees as shown in your itinerary

Excluded in Trek Price

  • International Flights.
  • Tourist visa.
  • Personal travel & medical insurance.
  • Tips to service people.
  • Personal shopping & souvenirs.
  • Any other extras not mentioned as part of the safari.


Concealed in the north-easternmost end of Uganda, at the border between South Sudan and Kenya, Kidepo Valley National Park is a gem among gems. Of all the parks in Uganda, Kidepo presents the biggest feast of game-viewing. This award-winning conservation area is the furthest park from the capital city of Uganda but a trip worth every mile. The wildlife is abundant, the terrain is picturesque, the birdlife plentiful, and the air something of a magic charm. Get a taste of exquisite wildlife safaris where you track animals with tricks as old as the soil itself, and interact with one of the best-preserved cultures within Uganda’s borders. It’s a trip to keep in your memories for years to come.

We start the long drive at 06:30 am with stops in between as we head north of Kampala stopping in Kitgum town where we shall have lunch, stretch our legs, and hit the final drive to Kidepo’s gate.
Today you rise before the sun to watch the wild catch its first meal of the day. You’ll do an early game drive, track for Big Cats, eat breakfast on the go and head back to camp to relax and have lunch. In the afternoon we go for another drive in Narus Valley to watch the animals cool down the heat in the park’s only year-round watering hole. You’ll return to camp in the evening, in time to refresh, have dinner, and kick off your heels to relax under the spotted Kidepo sky. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
The Karimojong people are a nomadic pastoral-warrior culture similar to the Masai, and one of few communities whose culture and traditions are still intact. Today you will spend a day among friendly Karimojong communities and witness traditional pastoral life first-hand. They keep large herds of cattle, live in puny huts known as Manyatta, and only recently began embracing clothes. A typical traditional Karimojong is happier walking about wearing nothing but a few beads over their loins. Spending a day among these charming folks is like going through a time machine and finding yourself in the 10th century Africa… it’s an experience for a lifetime! Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Have breakfast early in the morning and embark on the long drive back to Kampala. Meals included: Breakfast & Lunch

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