South Sudan travel guide

The world’s newest country, as it is widely known, offers plenty of opportunities to be one with nature. South Sudan’s Boma National Park, in particular, spans an area of more than 22,000 kilometres of lush vegetation, lakes and wildlife. Here you’ll be able to spot the white-eared kob antelope, the Mongalla gazelle and other magnificent animals including the Sudan Cheetah, African leopard and Nubian giraffe. Jebel Kujur in Juba, provides for some excellent photography vantage points and beautiful sunsets.

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Discover one of the world’s fastest growing cities when you visit the capital of South Sudan

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