Kidepo Valley National Park
One of Africa's last remaining great wildernesses offers rich rewards for those willing to make the long journey north. Kidepo is a semi-arid landscape located in the north east of the country bordering Kenya and South Sudan. Nominated as one of Africa's leading national parks in 2013 by World Travel Awards, Kidepo is famed for its impressive big game viewing, especially in dry season, and for being one of the few national parks were you can have an entire day’s game viewing without encountering another human being.
Visit Karamajong tribe
Visit IK tribe
Kidepo is a semi-arid landscape located in the north east of the country bordering Kenya and South Sudan. It takes 12 hours from Kampala/Entebbe and 10 hours from Murchison Falls to get there, that’s why we recommend splitting the journey over two days, if you are travelling from Murchison then you can stop at the towns Kitgum or Gulu. If you are travelling from Kampala/Entebbe then we recommend stopping at Sipi Falls on your way. A good option is also to fly to Kidepo with both scheduled and chartered flights available in light aircraft.
You only have two options for your stay at Kidepo, luxury or budget, there isn’t anything in-between. Even so, Kidepo is definitely worth a visit for those more adventurous travellers.
To read more about the accommodations available, click here:
Get in touch for more information about Kidepo Valley National Park.