South Sudan Tribal tours are for adventurous travelers searching for untouched tribal groups .Photographing Mundari cattle camps, scar tribal people and amazing horned white bulls is a dream for photographers from all around the World.
South Sudan Tribal tours will walk you in the life of traditional tribal world amongst the ethnic groups that have inhabited the region’s wilderness areas for thousands of years.
This is an intensely personal tour of one of the world’s lesser-known, yet newest, countries where ancient cultural rituals collide with preconceived traveller expectations, to create an incredibly unique and often moving experience.
When travelling in South Sudan bear in mind that things won’t always work here as you’re used to them working at home. Travelling in underdeveloped and untouristed regions requires both patience and a sense of humour. There may be problems with infrastructure, attitudes may be different, and maintenance may not be as high a standard as we would always like, but this is very much part and parcel of travelling in such a place. We aim to resolve any issues as quickly as possible, and thank you for your patience.
There is almost no tourist industry to speak of and therefore people are very unaccustomed to western visitors, and what they may expect in terms of service. The local authorities are likely to be rather confused by your presence and so often your tour leader will need to explain your presence to them – in addition to this they may all interpret rules and regulations differently and so what is permissible in one place may not be in another.
This tour avoids the key affected areas of Unity, Upper Nile and Jonglei states, staying in Central and Eastern Equatoria states. We take the safety of our travellers extremely seriously and our office in Juba gets regular updates about the situation in different areas we visit.
Our team of tour experts include locals born, raised and based in South Sudan and we are fully confident that we can operate tours safely in these parts of South Sudan.
South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coolest month with an average temperatures falling between 20 and 30 °C (68 and 86 °F) and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C (73 to 98 °F).
The most rainfall is seen between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November. On average May is the wettest month. The season is “influenced by the annual shift of the Inter-Tropical Zone” and the shift to southerly and southwesterly winds leading to slightly lower temperatures, higher humidity, and more cloud coverage.