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KIDEPO WILDLIFE BLISS SAFARI


Kidepo Valley National Park sits on rugged, semi arid valleys in the middle of Uganda’s boundaries with Kenya and Sudan, approximately 700km from Kampala the capital city of Uganda. Gazetted as a national park in 1962, it has a home to Uganda’s big game and hosts over475 bird species and 77 mammals.

5 DAYS | 4 NIGHTS

Safari Highlights

  • Hike to Sipi Falls
  • Game drives in Kidepo
  • Hike Lomeji Mountain
  • Learn about the culture of the Karamajong pastoralists

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Travel to Kapchorwa – Hike to Sipi Falls

A guide ushers us into our first leg of the Kidepo Safari, a drive to Kapchorwa. We check into our booked lodge in time for lunch and set out on a hike to Sipi falls for some picturesque moments. As we descend, the mountain-side is bathed in an ethereal sunset over the distant plains.


Meal Plan: Half-Board

*Travel Time: 35 mins from Airport .

Day 2: Into the Untouched Wilderness

In the morning, we resume our journey to Kidepo Valley National park, which is perhaps the last untouched wilderness in Africa. We arrive in time for an evening game drive hoping to spot, among other wildlife, the ever-elusive, nocturnal leopard.


Meal Plan: Full-Board

Day 3: Among the Nomads

Our morning game drive gives us a chance to see more wildlife, foraging for food in the cool hours. With luck, we might see ostriches sauntering across the plains. After a delectable lunch at the lodge, we continue our search for the wildlife of the north, and later, seek a cultural experience in a Karamajong village. We learn how, like the untouched wilderness, the nomadic Karamajong remain mostly unsullied by the forces of modernity.


Meal Plan: Full-Board

Day 4: Hike to Lomeji Mountain

With plenty of refreshments and lunch in tow, we set out for a hike to Lamoji Mountain, an opportunity to peer into neighbouring South Sudan and get a magnificent aerial view of Kidepo Valley.


Meal Plan: Full-Board

Day 5:Return to Kampala

Today we journey back to Kampala, stopping for lunch in Gulu; Uganda’s second biggest town and a quickly growing hub of activity in Northern Uganda. This peaceful town is an enclave of history and each visit reveals another layer of the years that passed.


Meal Plan: Half-Board

Inclusive

  • Transfer to/from Entebbe International Airport
  • Ground transport on a private 4WD luxury safari vehicle
  • English-speaking driver/guide
  • Accommodation as included in the itinerary (twin/double room)
  • Activities and meals as included in the itinerary
  • Bottled mineral water in the safari vehicle
  • Entrance fees and ranger fees for national parks
  • Gorilla permit (USD $600 per permit)
  • Activities included in the itinerary
  • Permit for chimp tracking in Kibale Forest
  • Detailed map of Uganda (1 map per person)
  • A pair of Binoculars

Exclusive

  • International flight
  • Visa (USD $50, available upon arrival)
  • Meals and drinks outside the itinerary
  • Items and services of a personal nature
  • Tips

Terms and conditions

* The mentioned rates are in US dollars and subject to change.

* The high season period includes January, February, June, July, August, September and December.

* The low season period includes March, April, May, October and November.

* Availability of accommodation, permits and activities is not guaranteed until confirmation by your contact person at Age Safaris. Permits are sold on ‘first come first serve’ basis.

* Gorilla permits can only be secured after receiving the requested deposit.

* The chimp tracking in Kibale Forest may take place either in the morning or afternoon, depending on the availability of the permits for chimp tracking.


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Plot 8A- 12A, cooper road, Kampala
P.O Box 9021 Kampala, Uganda
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