Kidepo Valley National Park is Uganda`s most beautiful national park with its vast plains of grassland. Kidepo National park stretches to the national Frontier with South Sudan and it is endowed with plenty and various species of wildlife. It is Uganda`s most isolated national park but it inhabits the largest number of wildlife than any other park and it allows the best views of wildlife than any other national park in Uganda.
Kidepo valley national park lies between the north eastern mountain ranges of Uganda bordering with South Sudan. The vast savannas of the park are not only occupied by wildlife but also the unequalled virgin culture of the Karamajong and Acholi worth a discovery.
Kidepo valley national park boasts at least 86species of mammals of which 28 species are endemic to this park in Uganda, 475 species birds and 692 species of plants. Some of the unique species of mammals in Kidepo Valley National park include; cheetah, striped hyena, aardwolf, greater and lesser kudu, klipspringer, dik-dik, Chandler’s mountain reedbuck and Bright’s gazelle.