You will spend the 6 Days South Sudan Tour exploring one of the world’s newest nations. Enjoy the story associated with it, despite the fact that its struggle for independence was characterized by civil war. It is a voyage through history, learning about and exploring what goes on in a place that once saw civil upheaval and conflict.
Take a rewarding city tour of the capital Juba, game drives in Nimule and Southern National Parks and other parks. You have the chance to learn about the history and way of life of Sudanese people. They take great pride in their culture, so you can expect exciting dance, storytelling, and more. Spend your day with an experienced Driver guide who will take you around the destinations, pick the finest lodging options, and more.
Day 1: Tour Juba City
When you arrive at the airport, our driver guide will meet you, give you a warm welcome, and bring you to the lodging facility so you can check in and freshen up. Following that, you will be given a tour of the nation’s capital, which is where you may learn about the effects of war on culture and people’s resolve to survive.
Get to see among other things, the University of Juba, New Presidential Palace which opened in 2011, and take a short climb up Jebel Kujur Mountain in Juba, one of the cities in Africa that is rapidly developing.
Day 2: Depart Juba city for Nimule National Park
You will check out of the resort following a mouthwatering breakfast and depart for the 3–4-hour picturesque journey to Nimule National Park. On a recently built tarmacked road, the distance is about 390 km.
The ride is smooth as you watch the locals going about their daily business. The nation of Uganda and the park have a shared border. Arrive and settle into your lodge for lunch, followed by dinner, a tranquil night’s sleep, and an optional guided nature walk at dusk.
Day 3: Full day Game Drive
Enjoy a delectable breakfast at the lodge before setting out on a full-day game drive with a picnic lunch. A portion of the park is covered by The White Nile, which has spectacular terrain and is a great location for filmmaking. Savannah woodland, riverine acacia, and riverine woodland make up the vegetation cover.
Monkeys, tigers, Uganda Kobs, gazelles, warthogs, African dogs, wild cats, foxes, hippos, ostriches, elephants, baboons, buffalos, spectacular wildlife, and more are among the notable species to keep an eye out for. Utilize all of your tools, cameras, and other equipment for filming and photography. You will head back to the lodge as dusk falls for dinner and a restful nap.
Day 4: Transfer to Southern National Park
Check out of the lodge following breakfast meal served at sunrise in order to go to southern national park, one of south Sudan’s great wilderness areas. The journey gives one a chance to see life in South Sudan’s countryside, observe the people wearing their traditional attire, see the animals, and more.
Their lovely Sudanese homes, which enable them to cope with the weather with ease. Before arriving at your lodge in the park late in the evening for check-in refreshments, dinner, and a tranquil snooze, you will take a break en route to freshen and have lunch.
Day 5: Game drives
Get up at dawn for sunrise breakfast and then go on a 3 to 4-hour game drive to identify the various plants and animals by name, character and habitat. Yes, they exist, but because it is a wilderness and the animals roam free, you must have a chance to come across them.
The various species of antelopes, as well as zebras, elephants, and warthogs make the list of sighting, after which you will take a break for lunch. In the afternoon, you’ll go on a wildlife drive at dusk with hopes of spotting water bucks, hippos, and other animals. Greet your intestines with a heavy dinner meal, before the day is settled with a peaceful slumber.
Day 6: Departure
Following a mouthwatering breakfast at the hotel, you’ll check out and head out on the road. Enroute, you’ll stop at Tamarind Tree, where Sir Samuel Baker stopped to rest while on his way to discover the source of Nile River. The alternate mode of transportation is to take a domestic flight to Juba City, where you can have lunch, take a rewarding city ride if time permits, and then proceed to the airport to catch your outbound flight.
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