Uganda’s best kept secret in the far north east of the country bordering the Sudan and Northern border.
This park is Uganda’s most isolated park and home to a number of species not found anywhere else in Uganda including the greater and lesser Kudu, eland, ostrich and cheetah.
During the dry season the only permanent water in the park is found in the wetlands and remnant pools in the Narus Valley, making these seasonal oases combined with the open savannah terrain the parks prime game viewing location.
The park is also notable for its birds of prey, with 56 species recorded, 14 of which are believed to endemic to Kidepo including the Egyptian Vulture and Pygmy Falcon.
We recommend at least three nights in the wonderfully wild location to truly explore and appreciate all that this untapped park has to offer.
Read more about Kidepo Valley National Park