Juba, South Sudan’s growing capital, is an expert in Africa’s newest nation (Independent since July 2011). South Sudan is a great, virgin destination for adventure lovers and those travelers searching for untouched tribal groups.
This 4days short tour best suits travelers interested in exploring south Sudan's mundari cattle camp but limmited with time. This is agreat opportunity to explore the best of mundari with scarified tribal people and amazing horned white cattles, a top objective for photographers from all around the World and ultimate wild safaris knows the right places where the biggest cattle camps are found.
4 Days Mundari Tour –South Sudan

DAY 1: Arrival in JUBA
Day 2: Transfer to Mundari cattle land.
Day 3 – Exploring Mundari villages
Day 4 - Juba City Tour and Departure.
DAY 1: Arrival in JUBA
Arrive in Juba, the capital of South Sudan. Ultimate wild safaris guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. For relaxation and getting ready for next day encounter to Mundari cattle camp. Accommodation:  Rainbow Hotel or similar
Day 2: Transfer to Mundari cattle land.
Have breakfast, there after ultimate wild safaris driver transfer you to Mundari tribal territory. Reach Mayong village, greet the elders and lunch (pic nic). From Mayong we will reach a cattle camp to admire the Mundari traditional way of live.   The Mundari have kept alive Animistic cattle camp culture while the neighboring Dinka have lost most these traditional ways due to war and conversion to Christianity. Visit small Mundari villages where facial and body scarification are still practiced to this day. Evening dinner in Mayong. Accommodation Camping/ Tents
Day 3 – Exploring Mundari villages
A full day spent with the Mundari, exploring their fascinating culture and customs. Overnight camping. (BLD)
Mundari people
The Mundari live to the north of Juba, centered around the small settlement of Terekeka. Deriving a living from herding and agriculture they live in small villages and follow a largely traditional lifestyle. Custom dictates that young men and women are marked with a series of parallel V-shaped scars on their forehead – this tradition is now officially discouraged by the government and is starting to die out but most over the age of around 25 will sport these markings. The Mundari are locally famed wrestlers, and on certain days of the week young men from neighboring villages will gather to compete against each other in traditional shows of strength. These are quite a spectacle as the men daub themselves with mud and etch patterns into their bodies, each trying to throw and hold the other to the ground. Watching the surrounding crowd is just as interesting as they cheer and sing songs for their respective teams. This is a chance to see a side of Africa that may not exist for much longer.
Day 4 - Juba City Tour and Departure.
After a final morning with the Mundari, return to Juba –South Sudan Capital for relaxation before embarking on a city tour.
Juba City Tour
South Sudan’s capital seems a bit like the Wild West. Having been neglected for so long under rule from Khartoum, independence in 2011 has seen an explosion of infrastructure and building projects, and the city is changing rapidly to become a modern African capital. It wasn’t always so. Juba has its origins in the trading post of Gondokoro, the southernmost outpost of the Egyptian authorities in the 19th century, and then fell under joint Anglo-Egyptian. Used by explorers such as Samuel Baker as a jump off point for expeditions to find the source of the Nile, it was seen as the last semblance of civilization before one headed off into the unknown beyond. There are few sights in Juba to speak of, but one thing you won’t miss is the steel bridge spanning the Nile, which is the only connection Juba has to Uganda, from where most of its imports arrive. There is also Dr John Garang museum, the former leader of the Sudanese People’s Liberation Army, who was tragically killed in a plane crash before he could see his dreams of an independent South Sudan realized. Juba’s population is a reflection of its boom town status, and as well as South Sudanese you will find a multitude of other nationalities here including Kenyans, Ugandans, Ethiopians, Chinese, Egyptian and European. New bars and restaurants are springing up quickly to cater for this influx, the nicest of which are on the banks of the river – the best place to have a drink as the sun goes down and finally transfer to the airport for your flight home hence end of South Sudan experience. (B) 
Please Note: 
This is a pioneering trip travelling to remote regions which rarely, if ever, see tourists. Infrastructure for much of the trip will be non-existent and a great degree of flexibility is needed to deal with any local conditions which may present themselves. 
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