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Zebra Safari Lodge

Zebra Safari Lodge

At the heart of this wilderness oasis sits Zebra Safari Lodge, offering visitors a unique blend of luxury. Tranquility, and unrivaled access to one of Africa’s most pristine safari destinations. Zebra Safari Lodge is a renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, diverse wildlife, and authentic safari experiences. Kidepo promises an adventure unlike any other.

Zebra Safari Lodge-Kidepo is located just a stone’s throw away from the famous Kalokudo Gate in Kidepo Valley National Park, Karamoja Sub-region, and North Eastern part of Uganda. The Lodge shares a boundary as well overlooks the magnificent. And offers a breathtaking view of the savanna grasslands of Kidepo Valley National Park, the Park is a vast and unspoiled wilderness.

With over 5 years of combined tourism experience and knowledge. The Zebra Lodge team sets the benchmark for exceptional hospitality and customer service. We set the standards for hospitality, tours and travel above all others.

Sustainable Tourism

Zebra Safari Lodge is committed to promoting sustainable tourism practices that protect and preserve the natural environment and support local communities. From eco-friendly accommodations to community-led conservation initiatives. Every aspect of the lodge’s operations is designed to minimize its environmental footprint. And contribute to the long-term sustainability of Kidepo Valley National Park.


Zebra Safari Lodge-Kidepo boasts of five luxurious King Size Cottages, set out on raised ground. Each of the spacious cottages has a private verandah offering splendid views of the mighty unending savannah vegetation, together with a cool breeze of unpolluted air. Comfortably furnished with 1 King Size Bed, all our cottages have an ensuite bathroom with 24 hours hot showers, running water for hand-basins and a flushing toilet.


Our spacious, grass thatched restaurant/dining and bar area offer one of the best views of the Park. The views stretching up to Southern Sudan are just breathtaking but so are the undulating hills. Away from the minimal pollution that comes with civilization, you will be amazed by our views of space. From our raised deck and viewing tower in front of our restaurant one can often witness the kind of views that only the National Geographic Channel is able to capture.

The Bar and Restaurant have been built using grass thatched roof overlooking rewarding views of the breathtaking endless savannah. The bar is modern and well stocked with a variety of wines, spirits and beers. The restaurant offers set menus of 2 course meals for lunch and 4 course meals for dinner categorized on the dietary requirements (kindly let us know in time) of guests having made prior communication, reason being that everything onsite runs off solar, including the fridges, freezers hence the fixed menu on offer.

Game Drives

Zebra Safari Lodge-Kidepo organizes Morning and Afternoon game drives of 2 to 3 hours in an open roofed extended land cruiser. A classic African safari experience along Narus valley tracking down a pride of lions, buffaloes, elephants or… maybe even the odd cheetah, leopard.

Nature Walks and Hiking

There is nothing like taking a walk on the wild side. Explore the savannah by foot, accompanied by an armed guide you will venture along dry river beds, over rocky outcrops and through bush land to track the resident wildlife.

Lamoj Mountains: This area is in the Narus Valley, a prime game viewing area Kidepo River Valley. Meanwhile, visitors may as well go to see the marvelous Kidepo River Valley. The river dried out through the biggest part of the year. A stroll on its wide bed of white sand or in the borassus palm forest which feels like an oasis in the Sahara, is a fascinating attraction.

Community Visits

A unique insight into the warrior tribe’s way of life. The name Karamojong derived from a phrase meaning ‘the old men can walk no further’. Originally from Ethiopia, this tribe settled in the north east of Uganda. Related to the Maasai, this is a warrior nomad tribe for whom, for generations, pride and status were cattle and for whom cattle raids were the rule of the day. Since the disarmament however, things have calmed down. Cattle are still king, but subsistence farming has become a lot more common.

Bird Watching

There are top birding areas in Kidepo valley national park. For example around Apoka rest camp, around the fringes of Narus valley.  Namamkwenyi valley among others and during bird watching, you will be able to view different bird species. Such as superb sterling, ostrich, Abyssinian ground hornbill, clapper tons.