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7 Days Northern Uganda & Kidepo N. Park
Stunning scenery, an unparalleled abundance of wildlife including lions,
cheetahs, ostriches and water buffalo.

$1,440

Northern Uganda

Game Drives
Get close to the animals in Kidepo National Park and Murchison National Park

Ostrich Visit!
Get closer to the world’s largest birds!

Sustainable Tourism
Visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary – where tourism is helping to protect.

Bragging Rights!
Northern Uganda! A rare treat!

Murchison
The breathtaking Murchison where the Nile takes a 40metre leap

 

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Your Program

Day Destination Plan/Activities Accommodation
Day One

Entebbe- Kidepo National Park via Kitgum

Stop en route at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.

You will then continue to Kitgum, having dinner and retiring to your hotel for the night.

Day Two

Kidepo National Park

After breakfast continue on to Kidepo National Park.

Arrive to the park in the late afternoon for a short game drive before retiring for the night.

Apoka Lodge

Day Three

Kidepo National Park

Experience the beauty of one of East Africa’s most isolated and spectacular natural parks. The scenery and wildlife simply cannot compare. The best part is that the park is completely yours, with the likelihood of encountering another vehicle minimal. Spend the day exploring the beauty of Kidepo concluding with an exciting walking safari in the evening.

 

Apoka Lodge

Day Four

Kidepo National Park

The adventure continues the next day as you travel to the Sudanese border to visit Kidepo’s ostrich population, and have a bush lunch overlooking the park. Participate in an optional game drive or visit to the Karamojong communities in the late afternoon.

Apoka Lodge

Day Five

Kidepo National Park – Murchison Falls National park

Depart Kidepo and head to Murchison Falls National Park for two nights, stopping in either Kidepo or Gulu for lunch. Spend the evening relaxing at the lodge, overlooking the Nile River.

Paraa Lodge or Pakuba game Lodge

Day Six

Murchison Falls National park

Early morning game drive across the rolling plains of Uganda’s largest National Park, where you will have chances of viewing lions, giraffes, hartebeest, buffalo, and elephants.

Afternoon boat trip to the base of Murchison Falls, where the Nile thunders through a small seven metre gap, plunging 43 metres into Lake Albert.

Paraa Lodge or Pakuba game Lodge

Day Seven

Murchison Falls National park – Entebbe

Early morning game drive to the top of Murchison Falls, where you can have a close look in to the gorge where the Nile narrrows and drops over the edge of the famous falls. Afterwards proceed to  Entebbe to catch your flight home .

Fly Out

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Quotation

QUOTE: Prices start from as little as $1,440 p.p. Remember, as we build your perfect safari we can add the bits you really want and remove the bits you don’t to help you manage your budget.

Budget Accommodation

from

$1,440

per person

Premium Accommodation

from

$1,638

per person

Luxury Accommodation

from

$1,995

per person

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Inclusions

  • Overland Travel & flights

    A high end 4×4 vehicle and driver on call.

  • Guided Tours

    Our guides are the same professionals, whichever package you choose.

  • Accomodation

    A choice of luxury hotels and lodges across the country with 24hour concierge.

  • Meals

    All meals provided by hotelchefs as you move across the country.

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