KIDEPO VALLEY NATIONAL PARK
Kidepo valley national park is situated in Kaabong district in northern Uganda, in the northeastern corner, and is the most isolated national park in the country, but it is also one of the most beautiful wildernesses that rewards travelers with a lifetime experience. Kidepo Valley national park has an impressive population of wildlife, and it encompasses the Kidepo valley and the Narus River valley floors.
Kidepo valley national park boasts of 77 different mammal species and more than 463 bird species. Kidepo valley national park's animals are quite exciting and different from all other national parks in Uganda. Those animals include black, white, and side-stripped jackal, chandler's mountain reedbucks, spotted hyena, the greater and lesser kudu, leopards, lions, Burchell’s giraffe, Caracal, Klipspringer, cheetah, Beisa oryx, and Grant’s gazelles, among others.
Kidepo valley national park game Viewing is an expansive wilderness that takes you to spot a wide range of animals such as black, white, and side-stripped jackals; lions, leopards, chandlers mountain reedbucks, Burchell’s giraffes, spotted hyena, the greater and lesser kudu, caracal, klipspringer, cheetah, Beisa oryx, and Grant’s gazelles, among others.
Kidepo valley national park stands in the semi-arid area that favors tourism all year round. Regardless of what time of the year you are planning to travel to Uganda for your safari, a trip to Kidepo valley national park is always good and worthwhile. However, it is best visited during the dry season when the animals are easier to spot because they are concentrated around the various water points.