Visiting Tribes in South Sudan, among the tribes you will meet and encounter in South Sudan include Mundari Tribe, Dinka Tribe, Toposa tribe tours and Larim tribe tour. South Sudan is also home to 6 National Parks where you can do safari, and 13 game reserves legally created in Southern Sudan, covering 10.4% of the land area (85,045 km²), but the limited protected area human, physical, institutional and systemic infrastructure was largely destroyed during the civil war.
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Highlights of Visiting Tribes in South Sudan
Visiting Tribes in South Sudan and Camping with the Mundari Cattle Keepers
The Mundari tribes and in their Cattle Camps in South Sudan can be visited throughout the year. Like the Dinka, the Mundari tribe is one of the most populous and traditional tribes of South Sudan. The Mundari are cattle herders as well as fierce warriors. They live in symbiosis with their cattle and nothing is more important for them than their cows, to an extent they sleep with their cattle all night and there is nothing they can accept as an exchange for their cattle including money.
Visiting the Mundari tribes and in their Cattle Camps in South Sudan will give you an opportunity to experience the daily life of the Mundari tribe including the kids doing most of their daily work. You will see them collect the fresh cow dung and put it into piles which are then set on fire. Those fire are useful as they repel the (extremely) numerous and voracious flies and mosquitoes of the South Sudanese countryside. The Mundari also use the ash created by these fires to rub on themselves and their cattle, creating a protection against mosquitoes.
The best way to explore and experience the Mundari tribes and in their Cattle Camps in South Sudan is by camping in the tent within the Mundari cattle camps giving you an opportunity to see and experience both the day and night life of the Mundari tribe as they honor their cattle.
Other places to visit while Visiting Tribes in South Sudan include;
Bandingilo National Park
Bandingilo National Park is located in the Equatorial region of South Sudan near the White Nile River. The park covers over 10,000 km in size home to various wildlife and vegetation species. There is much to see in Bandingilo National Park ranging from wildlife, landscape, local communities and birds. Visiting this park will give you an opportunity to shoot the Earth’s second-largest annual animal migration after the Great migration involving multiple species of antelope including reedbuck, tiang, and white-eared kob. Other wildlife to film in the park includes the African wild dogs, cheetahs, caracals, Leopards, lions and spotted hyenas.
Nimule National Park
Nimule National Park is located in the far south of South Sudan on the border with Uganda. The park is crossed by the White Nile which flows from Uganda. The park has a beautiful topography offering a great opportunity for landscape sightseeing. The park has a buffer zone bounded by the Assua River to the north great for wildlife sighting. It is also home to a variety of vegetation ranging from savanna woodland of Acacia, Riverine woodland found along permanent and seasonal watercourses.
What to see to Nimule National Park
Nimule National Park is the smallest but arguably most beautiful national park in South Sudan. Animals to film in the park include hippo, Uganda kob, elephants and buffalo, Rhinos, wild pigs, giraffes, gazelles, monkeys, lions, tigers, African dog, foxes, wild cats, ostrich and others inhabit the reserve. Primates include Olive Baboons, Vervet monkeys and Chimpanzees which are best seen during the wet season. The park is one of the best places to film Hippos which are found on the Nile River. It is also home to Fula waterfalls best for rapids experience in South Sudan.
Boma National Park
Boma National Park is located in the Eastern part of South Sudan close to the Ethiopian border. The park was established in 1977 and covers an area of 22,800 km, it is considered as one of the parks with the largest concentration of wildlife in South Sudan making it one of the best parks to see wildlife in South Sudan. It is also home to variety of vegetation species ranging from grasslands and floodplains to open savannah plains offering great views for landscape experince.
Wildlife viewing in Boma National Park is the major things to see in this park. The park is home to various animal species which include white-eared kob which is a prominent animal and commonly sighted in this park in South Sudan, tiang and Mongalla gazelle. Other large mammals to see in Boma National Park include buffalo, elephant, African leopard, Nubian giraffe, oryx, hartebeest, Northeast African cheetah, common eland, Lelwel hartebeest, maneless zebra, waterbuck, Grant’s gazelle, Lesser kudu, bongo, Giant eland, and Nile lechwe. It is also an important bird area and notable bird species includes Ruppell’s vulture and the black-chested snake eagle among others.
Other National Parks include; Shambe National Park, Lantoto National Park, Southern National Park and Random National Park.
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