Kidepo Valley National Park is one of the most untouched treasures in Africa. Situated on the border of Uganda, South Sudan and Kenya it boasts an incredible amount of wildlife, stunning landscapes, variety of activities and none of the human traffic you would expect to find in more known parks. With lions, leopard, ostrich, elephants, giraffe, hyena, eland, the largest herds of buffalo in Africa and countless other species, it really does have it all.
Apoka lodge is a gem in itself within the park, set in a beautiful landscape with top class facilities the lodge really does stand out as one in a kind. A watering hole is a stones throw from the dining area meaning there's always wildlife nearby.
The park also offers walking safaris, night game drives and visits to the local Karamajong tribes to get a taste of authentic culture.
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