This five day Safari package heads to Kidepo Valley National Park in the Eastern part of Uganda. This Park is recorded with a wide range of varied Wildlife species including the rarely seen such as ostrich, cheetah and more.
Taking a five day visit is enough to be highlighted about these top spots particularly through game drives. Some of the top spots include Elephants, Buffaloes, Lions, Zebras and more. This Package is to be followed as below.
Day 1: Arrival at Airport – Pick up.
You will be picked by our safari guide at the airport and transfer up to your hotel of residence in Kampala for night stay.
Day 2: Kampala – Drive to Kidepo Valley National Park.
Very early in the morning, check out for the jaw dropping journey from Kampala to Kidepo valley National Park via Kampala – Gulu – Kitgum highway. Lunch is provided en route and after continue with the journey for an overnight stay in Kitgum.
Day 3: Continue to Kidepo – Game Drive.
Early in the morning, continue with the amazing journey to Kidepo for an inspiring game drive through the Park exposing you to several Wildlife species. Some of the main highlights include elephants, buffaloes, lions, giraffes, Zebras and more, different bird species are also on sight including the rare ostrich.
After this exciting game drive check in at the lodge for lunch and relaxation as you get prepared for the evening game drive and stunning views of sunset.
Day 4: Morning Game Drive – Cultural Encounters.
Early in the morning be in for another game drive taking other routes sighting other species which you may have missed in the first game drive. After return to the lodge for Lunch and relax.
Later in the evening you will visit Karamoja community for cultural encounters, after check out for the drive to Kitgum town for an overnight stay.
Day 5: Kitgum, Drive to Kampala – Departure
Early in the morning, check out to continue with the journey from Kitgum to Kampala such that you catch up with your flight back home at Entebbe international airport. End of amazing Wildlife Safari in Uganda.