Nga’Moru Wilderness camp, Kidepo Valley

Nga’Moru wilderness camp is a mid-range accommodation facility located outside at the border of Kidepo valley national park, about 4km from Katarum gate. Nga’Moru means “a place of rocks”, a name that was derived from the rugged nature of the Karamoja region where the park is situated. The lodge has well trained, friendly and smart staffs that warmly welcome guests and ensure they are perfectly attended to.

Nga’Moru wilderness camp has about 5 rooms which are all comfortable spacious with en suite bathrooms. They have both warm and cold running water so guests can as well enjoy their baths when it is cold.

The lodge has professional chefs who are very good at preparing the meals on their menu. You’ll enjoy your meals while having the best views of the park. The bar is well stocked with numerous alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. You can ask for a drink of your choice, relax at your verandah and watch the beautiful Narus valley where animals such as buffaloes, elephants and many more often roam.

Guests who stay at Nga’Moru wilderness camp enjoy the views of Narus valley as they relax at the lodge. They also participate in all the activities including game drives, nature walks, hikes, community visits and birding. It is not far to the areas where these activities are conducted. Nga’Moru wilderness camp lights up fire for their guests at the fire place, where they share great stories in the wilderness.

Nga’Moru wilderness camp is an ideal place to stay when exploring this wilderness area in the remote northeastern which is still untouched.