3 Days South Sudan Tour - Nimule National Park
Without a doubt, visiting the jungle is the first thing that comes to mind to most people when they think about Africa. Much less people, however, would think of a safari in South Sudan.
With Ultimate Wild Safaris, nothing is impossible and we can arrange tour to this South Sudan’s most interesting National Park. From the British colonial era, Nimule is a national park right by the border with Uganda. It is renowned for its elephants, hippopotamuses, dense bird life and crocodiles.
For those who want to visit South Sudan briefly without spending much time in Juba, the capital, this can be a formidable option. Nimule National Park can be accessed either flying-in from Juba or by crossing to it by Uganda. Flying in from South Sudan is actually quicker and simpler, surprisingly, than making your way there from Kampala and crossing. We however offer both possibilities.
Itinerary in summary:
Day 1 Transfer from Juba capital city to Nimule national park. Day 2. Game Viewing
Day 3. Transfer early from Nimule to Juba
Nov 18- Mar 17
pickup avaiable from airport, train and also cruise
- Experienced and qualified guide
- Hotel Accomodation
- Camp Fire
- Bottled water
- Liquor or Sodas
- Any Medical Costs
- Travel Insurance
Day 1– Transfer from Juba capital city to Nimule national park. On Arrival in the morning at Juba airport, you will be welcomed by Ultimate wild safaris staff that will help you to acquire documents that allow you visit South Sudan tourist sites. Our guide will be there to assist you with immigration from your arrival.
If time allows you will have a short city tour of Juba before we leave it, going to the Presidential House, the city square and John Garang Mausoleum, before we leave Juba, we have lunch. Thereafter, we transfer from Juba to Nimule National Park, finally dinner and overnight in National Park ranger accommodation.
Day 2 -Game Viewing
Today after breakfast, you will spend a whole day going around for a game viewing in Nimule national park with rangers. In the afternoon after lunch, we will go on a boat trip along the Nile River to view elephants refreshing themselves. Thereafter, we drive back to ranger’s accommodation for dinner and overnight.
Day 3 - Drive from Nimule to Juba city.
In the morning after breakfast, transfer early from Nimule National Park to Juba city. If time allows, on our way back to Juba, we shall visit the dinka Dinka village and cattle camp along the way. The Dinka are the most populous ethnicity of South Sudan and spearheaded the independence movement in the country. In the evening, you will fly out of Juba and finally call it end South Sudan Nimule national park encounter.