A Guide to Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda Wildlife Safari

A complete authentic guide to Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda wildlife takes you to the northeastern rugged Savannah dry corridors in karamoja region Uganda on the country side bordering the neighboring countries kenya and Sudan, Kidepo sits to occupy 1,442 square kilometers, transected by the Kidepo and Narus rivers and can be accessed by road northwest of through the criss crossing murram roads.

Facts about the Park

Uganda Region : Northern Region, Uganda
Sub-region : Karamoja
District : Kaabong
sub-county: Karenga, Uganda
Park size: 1,442 square kilometres

Kidepo Valley National Park was gazetted as a national park in 1962, It hosts over 77 mammal species as well as around 475 bird species. A step in this wild open savannah woodlands reminds you the ancient years back that described Africa to be a unique Ordinary continent just like it was 50 years back. We visit this amazing Park to keep track of the best activities in the park we customise for our clients to have a complete pleasurable authentic Africa Safari at your Palm

Authentic Guide to Kidepo Valley National Park

It is well known that years back, it was inhabited by the Dodoth and the IK people believed to be farmers in the area before it was gazette by the British colonial masters in 1958. This was to protect the animals from hunting and to further prevent clearing of bush for tsetse fly control. Failure to take community needs into a bigger priority, the resident people got evicted thus resulting to famine that hit especially the IK (farmers) people.