CNN calls Kidepo Valley Park a Top Destination in 2016
Kidepo Valley Park – remote – unvisited – The Africa that once was
Kidepo Valley Park remote unvisited – Discover What CNN Calls a Hidden Gem and a Top Destination in Africa – Kidepo Valley National Park was also named as one of the best Parks in all of Africa.
African Safari Enthusiast, are discovering Uganda’s hidden Pearl – Kidepo Valley National Park in northeastern Uganda, one of the few places in Africa where you feel you are all alone – Africa as it once was and can still be found in Kidepo Valley Park remote – unvisited, off the beaten Safari Tourist Path.
This one of a kind Wildlife Park in East Africa, this long lost Eden as it has been called is experiential Africa – wildlife game drives, hikes in and outside of the park, Cultural encounters with tribes such as the Karamojong and Ik People who hold on to their ancient and traditional ways- Kidepo Valley should be on your Bucket List for Parks to visit in Africa.
Kidepo Valley Park is a Wildlife Reserve like no other Africa – Visitors to this remote park simply cannot believe that such a park still exists in Africa. A place where you go on a game drive and see no other vehicle – only an abundance of wildlife, birds and the rugged and stunning scenic wonders that are Kidepo Valley National Park.
Buffaloes in the thousands and Elephants in the hundreds roam here…simply amazing. Lions found sleeping the day away up in the trees, cheetahs, leopards, Ostriches, Rothschild Giraffes, antelopes, simply a park of extreme, rugged beauty, that will leave you breathless.
Add on top of that the people who live in this area in their traditional manner, the Karamojong and the Ik People and you have Authentic Africa. Africa as you imagine it to be only better.
CNN Travel – named Kidepo Valley Park remote unvisited as one of the best parks in all of Africa
Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
National Park might be the most picturesque park in Africa.
Sharing borders with Sudan and Kenya’s Northern Frontier District, it is Uganda’s most beautiful, remote and least-explored park. Kidepo was once the playground of the late president Idi Amin and you can still visit the haunting ruins of a lodge that could just as easily have been designed as a massive bunker.
Those who take the trouble to get here are rewarded with phenomenal wildlife sightings and a level of exclusivity that can rarely be had at any cost in neighboring countries.
Yes, it is a bit of trouble or cost in getting to Kidepo Valley National Park – but as CNN wrote “are rewarded with phenomenal wildlife sightings and a level of exclusivity that can rarely be had at any cost in neighboring countries.
In December of 2015 CNN was back at it naming Kidepo Valley Park a Top Destination for 2016 – calling it a Hidden Gem in Uganda.
Here is what notable Travel Writers have said about Kidepo Valley Park
- Stephen Cunliffe who writes for Africa Geographic and Travel Africa wrote about Kidepo Valley Park calling it “A Long Forgotten Eden
- Tim Bewer who writes for Lonely Planet Guide Books wrote “Blissfully remote and stunningly gorgeous
- Mark Eveleigh who writes for CNN Traveler, Travel Africa and Africa Geographic wrote “In my book a definite candidate for BEST PARK IN AFRICA!
Kidepo Valley Park remote – unvisited – Africa without the crowds, where you can experience in the 21st Century what used to be – for how much longer – all one can say is that requests for a safari there are coming in weekly, several of them, where it used to be monthly – the reasons are simple.
More people are finding out about this remote Wilderness Park. We are receiving increasing requests for a safari that includes Kidepo Valley Park.
We have visited the park on repeated occasions with the emphasis of finding experiential activities that our clients would enjoy.
Uganda is known for gorillas, chimpanzees, the Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon, Queen Elizabeth Park, Murchison Falls Park and more and more visitors are discovering Kidepo Valley Park in Uganda.
If you are interested in including Kidepo Valley Park in a Safari with us – please let us know