Through this fly-in three days trip, you will earn yourself scenarios of the landscape with large herds of wildlife, a unique untouched landscape, and wildlife in its natural state as you have never seen before. You will also visit the Ik tribe chiefdom (a subsection of the Karamajong) where you will participate in their dances, hunting, and other living experience that they go through in their unique life next to the national park. Kidepo valley national park is yet the least visited of the ten Uganda’s national parks. You will also take time to go to the homestead of the cattle keepers and learn the daily roles and activities of this remote cattle keeping community. You also have a chance to participate in the dances, cattle rearing, cultural dressing, and crafts making. You will be amazed by the rich experience that you can also stamp by taking your self-made souvenir during the crafts-making workshops.