15 Days Best of South Sudan Tour-Mundari cattle Camp,Toposa,Jiye,Larim,Lotuko
We invite you to join the ethnographic route to discover some of Africa's most traditional tribes. South Sudan is Africa's newest country and it has not yet been discovered by tourism.
We will bring adventurous travelers to the virgin territory of Mundari cattle herders, the tallest people on Earth, who still live in the Stone Age on the banks of mighty White Nile river in full unity with their livestock, and discover four other traditional tribes hidden in the hills of Eastern Equatoria state. What to Expect South Sudan Best season: November - April
Discover the virgin territory of Mundari cattle herders, the tallest people on Earth, who still live in the Stone Age on the banks of mighty White Nile river in full unity with their livestock. They are famous for their numerous cow herds, kept with Kalashnikov guns, and elaborative vernacular architecture.
Explore Toposa and Jiye tribal villages – the most authentic tribes of "Karamojong cluster", which also includes the Karamojong people of Uganda, the Nyangatom people in southwestern Ethiopia and the Turkana people of Kenya. Larim tribe populated Boya Hills area – one of South Sudan's most traditional groups, who still practice nose and lips piercing.
Mountain kingdom of Ilieu ruled by a priest-king, and Lotuko tribe in the mountainous region with Imotong Mountain, the highest mountain in South Sudan. Living in the cattle herders camp following nomads in the swamps of White Nile river, by small canoes crossing the river and reaching the surrounding islands. The world's newest country!
Oct 19 - Mar 21