Visit Uganda’s loneliest national park! In the far northeast, the remote, wild and little-visited Kidepo Valley National Park provides refuge to a long list of dry-country species not found anywhere else in Uganda. With more than 77 species of mammals and 475 species of birds, the park is a national treasure indeed! Cheetahs and greater kudu roam freely, while the perennial waters of the Narus river valley attract large numbers of elephant and thousand-strong buffalo herds, especially during the dry season. The savannah grasslands, lined by mountain ranges in the distance, offer some of the best game viewing experiences at Uganda in relative isolation.


  • Landscape
  • Wildlife


  • Kidepo Valley National Park
  • Perennial Waters
  • Dry-Country Species

Places to Stay

Apoka Lodge

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Apoka is in the heart of Kidepo Valley National Park, tucked into the North-Eastern corner of Uganda where it meets Sudan and Kenya.

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