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Kidepo River
River
Kidepo Riverbed.jpg
Name origin: "to pick" in Karamajong
Countries Uganda, South Sudan
Tributaries
 - right Narus River
Source Pirre
 - elevation 1,300 m (4,265 ft)
 - coordinates 3°54′04″N 34°00′42″E / 3.901167°N 34.011667°E / 3.901167; 34.011667
Mouth White Nile

The Kidepo River is a seasonal river along the Kidepo Valley in the Karamoja region of Uganda, and in East Equatoria area of South Sudan.

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4 news items

Voices

Voices
Thu, 05 Feb 2015 07:58:34 -0800

(Photograph by Yvonne de Jong & Tom Butynski) Adult male olive baboon (Papio anubis) crossing the Kidepo River near the South Sudan-Uganda border in Kidepo Valley National Park, north-eastern Uganda. (Photograph by Yvonne de Jong & Tom ...

New Vision

New Vision
Mon, 19 Aug 2013 02:30:28 -0700

After being ranked the third best park in Africa by CNN Travel, I had reason to wonder what makes Kidepo Valley National Park (KVNP) tick. It took twelve hours of navigating and grinding through gullied, wallowing in muddy and a dusty network of roads ...

New Vision

New Vision
Mon, 12 Aug 2013 11:56:15 -0700

The visit to the Ik tribe took two hours of climbing up Mt Molungole, in the North-eastern corner of Uganda and four climbing down. This tribe, numbering just over 11,000 people in total are considered a minority tribe, and so a tourist attraction. We ...

New Vision

New Vision
Mon, 10 Jun 2013 02:24:48 -0700

As we celebrate Heroes Day today, Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) takes this opportunity to celebrate the lives of our colleagues who died or got maimed in the course of their work in the protected areas. Wildlife Management in Uganda is not a walk in ...
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