Wildlife safari in the pristine Kidepo valley National Park (5days).


Through these five days trips, you will earn yourself scenarios of the pristine landscape with large herds of wildlife, in its natural state as you have never seen before. Kidepo valley national park is yet the least visited of the ten Uganda’s national parks. On your visit to this pristine landscape, you will be looking for the big five during the game walks and drives. Visit the Ik tribe chiefdom (a subsection of the Karamajong) where you will participate in their dances, hunting, and other unique life over the remote mountain community. You may 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 where you 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.

Price per person:

  • 1 pax (1730$)
  • 2-3 Pax ( 1150$)
  • 4-5 Pax ( 885$)
  • 6 Pax ( 780$)


  • Meals: All meals upcountry.
  • Activities: All park fees, rangers, and mentioned activities inside.
  • Accommodation: Accommodation upcountry as per the plan shown on the itinerary
  • Transport: Land transport in Uganda by 4wd Safari van with popup roof with Experienced English speaking driver-guide


  • Accommodation and meals in Kampala
  • All optional activities
  • All bar drinks
  • visa fees and air tickets
  • All hotel extras not specified in the itinerary
  • insurance
  • laundry and tips

Upgrade available on-demand:

  • Single supplement
  • Arrival and departure transport
  • Accommodation hotel
  • Number of group participants

Booking Code: UGtrip-10

  • Day 1: Drive from Kampala to Kitgum: 

    From Kampala start your tour with a first night at Kitgum.  Today, you will cross the Nile at Karuma falls then drive north through the relatively flat and remote Ugandan countryside. You will have several stop-over points for snacks. Preferably, carry some packed snacks to minimize relying on roadside eats.  You may stop to grab cooked snacks or stop for lunch at Gulu town then proceed to Kitgum for dinner and overnight. Please note that no pictures allowed at Karuma falls bridge but the views are rewarding.
  • Day 2: Kitgum – Kidepo valley National park: 

    After breakfast, head to Karenga, on your way to Lokumoit Gate as your entry to Kidepo valley National Park.  Today, as you head to the park offices and after checking in, you will take the chances of spotting wildlife in this rich ecosystem. A common site is the breathtaking scenery of the landscape and wildlife including cats, African Elephants, Leopard, Bushbucks, Giraffes, African Buffaloes, and much more. On a lucky day, you may spot the lions typical of Kidepo on the rocks at the entrance of Apoka park headquarters or along the Narus valley. Dinner and overnight at Kidepo savannah lodge.
  • Day 3: Kidepo valley national park:

     Today you have a full day of exploring Kidepo Valley National park in a series of activities including game drives, nature, and cultural walks, hot springs visit with a mix of relaxing moments to enjoy the unique scenery of the landscape. Start with an early morning breakfast and packed lunch before you start the game drives and walks to the hot springs via the palm trees lined along Kidepo River, in search of Ostriches and leopards, tortoises along the way. You may choose to participate in the guided nature walk, mountain trekking to visit the Ik tribe chiefdom to participate in their dances and other cultural activities. You will then return to your hotel later in the day. Dinner and overnight at Kidepo savannah lodge.
  • Day 4: Kidepo national park – Gulu: 

    After breakfast connect from Kidepo Valley National Park to Kitgum through Karenga. You will then have lunch in Kitgum before you continue to Gulu town.  When in Gulu, You may participate in some cultural experiences to take a glimpse of the memories and remains of the lord's resistance army (LRA) war. You will be amazed to learn how this town has recovered to overturn the recorded story of horror. Being the largest town in the region, you will have chances to make refill shopping then return to your chosen hotel for dinner and overnight
  • Day 5: Drive from Gulu to Kampala: 

    Take an early breakfast and depart to Kampala. You will drive via Karuma. Depending on the time, you have an option of branching off at Ziwa rhino and wildlife sanctuary before you proceed to Kampala. Otherwise, take a coffee or lunch break at Kabalega diner on Gulu Kampala highway. We will arrive in Kampala late evening for dinner and overnight.
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