4 Days Kidepo Valley National Park Safari

Day One: Arrival at Entebbe Airport & transfer to Kidepo NP.
Upon your arrival at the airport you will be received by our representative, your driver/guide who will get you briefed about the safari and then transfer to Kidepo national park. We drive through the famous Luwero Triangle, Gulu and Kitgum towns, arriving at Kidepo in the evening and check in to service of our accommodation, for dinner and overnight at Kidepo Savannah Camp.

Day Two: Full day game drive in Kidepo Valley NP.
After breakfast we start our game drive towards the Kidepo Valley in search for wildlife that includes the Zebras, Lesser kudu, Giraffes, Buffaloes, Elephant, water buck, warthogs, Ostriches, Secretary birds, Lions, Leopards and Cheetahs among others. We come back to our lodge for lunch, relax around and later in the evening go for another game drive in the Naruse Valley where there are more chances of encountering the Lions and Leopards. We latter come back to the camp for dinner and overnight.

Day Three: Nature Walk, Game drive and community tour.

After a fully served breakfast in the morning, we will head out into the park for game viewing along Kidepo river where we shall be able to view a vast number of game as well as enjoying th beautiful scenery of Nature. We will meet the sand river in the northern part of the park lined by Borassus palms making it lokk like an Oasisi in the Sahara. Later in the day will return to our lodge for lunch relax around and later head out to visit the Karamajong culture dance along with the as we sing after which we will return to our lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day Four: Transfer back to Kampala or Entebbe.

Depending on you schedule, you can either fly to Entebbe or Drive to Entebbe after breakfast with lunch en-route incase we are to drive to Entebbe arriving late in the evening and later drop you off at your hotel or airport depending on your program. This will mark the end of your 4 days Trip with Moroka Expeditions.

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