Situated in the semi-arid valleys in the Karamoja region just between Uganda-Sudan -Kenya borders is Kidepo valley; Uganda’s most isolated national park gazetted in 1962. The park is home to 77 mammal species, 475 birds and the infamous Karamajong pastoralists as well the IK people (smallest tribe in Uganda found on the foothills of Mount Morugule).
Activities – Game drives (Morning , evening & night) , cultural encounters with Karamojong & IK, nature walks, bird watching.
Getting there – A road trip from Kampala to Kidepo will take about 10 hours using the Karuma – Gulu – Kitgum route.
To rent a car for a guided or self drive trip to Kidepo valley, simply send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us now +256-774071656 to speak with the reservations team.