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Kidepo National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park lies in the far north of the country bordering Sudan and Kenya, between the hills of the Karamajong and the Nageya valley. The park consists of valley systems that exist surrounded between dry mountain terrain. The park contains a variety of habitats from grassy plains and open savannah to montane forest and dry miombo woodlands with occasional Borassus palm forest. There are a wide range of animals including elephant, eland, greater and lesser kudu, zebra, buffalo, oribi, cheetah, Brights gazelle and Apoka waterbuck. A good variety of over 460 species of birdlife is seen and includes ostrich and Kori bustard that are not seen elsewhere in Uganda.