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|About||Nga'Moru, meaning 'the place of rocks', overlooks the teaming Narus Valley and is an ideal place to relax and watch wildlife.|
Looking for somewhere you can truly relax? Nga'Moru Wilderness Camp next to Kidepo Valley National Park in northeast Uganda, with its great food, excellent service, elegant bandas - each with a breathtaking view of the Narus Valley - provides the perfect location to enjoy one of East Africa's best kept secrets. It deserves a few nights stay.
Sightings from camp include hartebeest, waterbuck, zebra, giraffe, elephant, lion, and buffalo, which regularly graze in the high rocky grounds of Nga'Moru, along with oribi, warthog, and a plethora of bird species - including nine raptors.
"This remote national park lies in the far northeast of Uganda, isolated from the rest of the country by the sparsely populated, arid badlands of Karamoja region. Seldom visited by tourists due to the expense and difficulty of getting there, Kidepo is nevertheless one of the most alluring destinations in the country, boasting a strong wilderness atmosphere, rugged mountain scenery and exceptional game viewing and birdwatching." - Bradt Guide to Uganda.