Kidepo Wilderness

Experience a wilderness like no other, meet the Karamojong, beautiful landscapes and wildlife.

Included & Excluded

What's included

Park entry permits, Full board accommodation for 8 nights, Activity permits.

What's excluded

International or domestic flights, visa fees, extra meals, alcoholic drinks, personal shopping.

What you'll be doing

You will be greeted warmly by your Guide when you arrive at Entebbe Airport, who will then drive you to your hotel for an overnight.
Drive to Jinja in the morning. The Source of the River Nile is located in Jinja, the second-largest town in Uganda and a former industrial center. From the offered optional activities, you will select one. These include biking, horseback riding, kayaking, bungee jumping, and white water rafting on the Nile. You may also go horseback riding and take leisurely rides through the villages and farmlands along the Nile. Otherwise, take a boat trip to the Nile’s source, have dinner, and spend the night at your hotel or lodge.
Drive to Sipi Falls and arrive in time for the hike through the Sipi Falls, which are distinguished by three breathtaking falls along the Sipi River. With views of the distinctive Karamoja valley, the area is primarily panoramic. And in the afternoon, go on a coffee-fueled neighborhood stroll. You will get knowledge about coffee while also getting to see how it is grown, dried, and processed locally. The Sipi Falls region, which sits at the foot of Mount Elgon, is renowned for its locally produced and farmed Bugisu Arabica coffee. The primary cash crop in the region and one of the world’s finest coffees, Bugisu Arabica can only be grown between 1,600 and 1,900 meters above sea level.
Drive to Moroto and stop at the Pian Upe game reserve on the way. During your game drive there, you’ll have the chance to see more wildlife, including jackals, civets, spotted hyenas, servals, leopards, wildcats, vervet monkeys, patas monkeys, olive baboons, topis, cape buffalo, and ostriches, to name a few. after that, travel to Moroto to spend the night.
You’ll climb to the Morungole Mountains today, where it’s said that the indigenous Karimojong are thriving. Before being driven to the highlands by the arrival of the pastoralist tribes, the native Karimojong are well recognized for being the area’s first occupants. The ascents are worthwhile because you’ll have the chance to take in the breathtaking vistas of the South Sudan Mountains and Karamoja Plains. Return to the lodge for dinner and the night after the activity.
Today you will proceed to the national park, you will go on a game drive in search of wildlife in the area and later check into the lodge for lunch. In the afternoon you will enjoy another game drive through the Narus Valley where you will have the chance to observe elephants, zebras, giraffes, enormous herds of buffalo, warthogs, duikers, Jackson’s Hartebeest, lions, leopards, cheetahs, and hundreds of other bird species. Visit the Karamajong community for a cultural visit, a stroll through their neighbourhood where you will meet pastoralists and learn about their fascinating customs; they will show you around their homesteads, cattle kraals, cultural Manyattas, and they will also perform for you.
You will enjoy a guided nature walk in the park in search of wildlife in the area, you will return to the lodge for breakfast before heading out to Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda’s largest national park. The park is home to 451 different bird species and 76 different mammal species that thrive in the open savannah and tropical forests. Drive a game vehicle in the afternoon. Dinner and a full night’s sleep at your camp or lodge are included.
You will go on a morning game drive. This is a beautiful drive through savannah, Borassus Palm Forest, and grassland down to Lake Albert, where the Albert Nile flows north. Drive through the open African savanna in search of lions, leopards, hyenas, buffalo, elephants, and other wildlife. Later in the afternoon, you will take a boat ride up the Nile to Murchison Falls, which gives the park its name. Enjoy these breathtaking falls. The Nile squeezes through a 7-meter gap, and at the bottom live massive Nile crocodiles.
The southern white rhinoceros’ sanctuary, Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, will be your first stop before beginning your return trip to Kampala. This effort tries to bring rhinos back into the wild after they were exterminated in the 1980s due to unchecked poaching. After that, head to Entebbe International Airport to catch your connecting flight back home.

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Please note that the prices mentioned here are not final and are subject to changes as per season and timing.


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