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Travel To South Sudan
South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. The country gained its independence from the Republic of the Sudan in 2011, making it the newest country with widespread recognition.
- Boma National Park
Environmentalists and naturalists have been arguing for years over weather Boma National Park is the home of the largest or the second-largest annual land mammal migration on the planet. Some say it’s the Serengeti and the movement of the countless wildebeest there, others – most notably the South Sudanese themselves! – claim the honor for this vast swathe of wilderness that clings to the edge of the Ethiopian border in the east.
It’s precisely because of Wau’s place at the confluence of several of South Sudan’s most populous tribal groups that this city is now embroiled in some of the bloodiest episodes of the current conflict engulfing the country. However, when that all subsides, the hope is that this multicultural gem – the third largest town in the nation no less – will flower once again.
- Southern National Park
Covering close to 7,800 square kilometers of land in the very heart of South Sudan, the seemingly endless swathes of patchwork woodlands and grassy savannah that form the Southern National Park are amongst the largest protected game areas in the nation. Curiously off-the-beaten-track for visitors to this part of Africa, the area has been little explored over the last 70 years.
- Kidepo Game Reserve
The Kidepo Game Reserve is located in the southernmost depths of South Sudan. Contiguous with the famous Kidepo National Park in Uganda across the border, it’s a sea of greenery that extends for more than 1,200 square kilometers across the savannah grasslands and gallery woods of the region.
- Bandingilo National Park
Another great place to come and witness the breathtaking phenomenon of the annual migration of the white-eared kob, Bandingilo National Park is the natural jewel of the Equatoria region. Spread out over the riparian grass plains that stretch eastwards from the White Nile River, it’s a surprisingly accessible place – thanks largely to that proximity to the capital at Juba; and surprising because stats show that still hardly anyone comes here.
Juba is not a city with a long story to tell. Founded only in 1922, it straddles the bends of the White Nile River in the deep southern reaches of the country. It was once just a far-flung trading outpost, built by Greek merchants who wanted to establish regular caravan routes between East Africa and Britain’s colonial bases.
- Kodok (Fashoda)
Kodok was formerly known as Fashoda; the town that once gave its name to the famous Fashoda Incident, when the power struggles between Britain and France came to a head in Africa, and these two great superpowers of colonial Europe final decided to divvy up the continent on roughly east and west terms.
- Nimule National Park
For its size, the Nimule National Park certainly packs one hell of a punch! With verdant forests and some of the most biodiverse riparian habitats in the nation, it plays host to everything from swinging baboons to hippos and snapping crocs. It’s cut through by the courses of the White Nile River, which can be seen drifting northwards towards Juba – the capital is just a short drive away, and safaris to Nimule can be organised from there.
Once the site of some of the first ever Christian missions to be set up in this region of Africa, Bor is now something of an abandoned ghost town. The recent conflicts have really taken their toll, while the memory of massacres during the Sudanese Civil War are still raw and emotional – around 20,000 people were murdered here back in 1991.
- Radom National Park
Sprawled over the tenuous state lines where Sudan meets the Central African Republic, the protected reserves of the Radom National Park only find their way into South Sudan for a little part of their vast 1,250,000 hectares.