South Sudan tours takes you to top South Sudan tour highlights like; The famous South Sudan tribes with amazing culture customs living like our ancient fathers and not forgetting the expedition to the country’s great diversity of flora and fauna in boma national park, Southern National Park, Shambe National Park, Nimule National Park, Bandigalo National Park, Lantoto National Park.

Not many overseas visitors have come to South Sudan, making it still unexploited destination where you can experience Authentic Africa compared to other African countries. Although South Sudan is blessed with six national parks but there is a challenge of infrastructures that can enable visitors to access these parks and animals’ have a seasonal migration from South Sudan to neighboring countries, so the time of exploring south Sudan tribes is different from that of visiting wildlife.

In case you’re interested in an extensive wildlife adventure we recommend you for an extension tour to Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania for better experience. If you wish to travel around South Sudan you will need to visit in the dry season at time to visit south Sudan tribes, which starts at the end of November and lasts until late April. The wet season is slightly shorter in the north, due to its location further from the equator.

Outside this period, roads (where are there are some) are frequently impassable, planes are often grounded due to poor visibility, and many villages are under a foot or more of water due to lack of drainage. If you are travelling to South Sudan to see the wildlife migrations, plan your trip for between March and April when the animals are moving from the floodplains of the Sudd wetland to the Boma National Park, or between November and early January when the same migration happens in reverse.

The white-eared kob are calving in December and January, and seeing the calves could well be a highlight of your trip.

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