5 days South Sudan Tour to Eastern Tribes

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5 days South Sudan Tour to Eastern Tribes Overview

Explore the unique cultures of South Sudan’s tribal communities on a 5 days South Sudan Tour to Eastern Tribes, starting from Juba city and leading you through Mundari, Kapoeta, and Toposa tribes. This immersive experience offers unparalleled insights into the diverse tribes of the region.

5 days South Sudan Tour to Eastern Tribes Itinerary

Day 1: Juba Arrival - Mundari

Upon your arrival at Juba International Airport, you’ll be greeted and taken to a local restaurant near the White Nile for lunch. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Konyo Konyo market in the afternoon. Later, head to a Mundari cattle camp, where you’ll have the chance to meet tribal leaders and witness the fascinating arrival of long-horned Ankole cows at their resting place.

Day 2: Mundari - Juba - Kapoeta

Start your day with breakfast, capturing the early morning scenes of the Mundari tribe and their revered long-horned cattle. Afterward, journey to Kapoeta, the capital of East Equatoria’s Far West-style. Upon reaching Kapoeta, engage with the Toposa tribal people, experiencing their unique way of life.

Day 3: Kapoeta - Toposa Tribe

Following breakfast, embark on a drive to a traditional Toposa community located outside Kapoeta. Venture into the remote Toposa region and encounter the people within their fenced village, known as a “boma.” Engage with the tribe’s elders and local chief, participating in a welcoming ceremony and exploring the village. The Toposa are part of the Ateker Nation, with a distinct cultural identity revolving around cattle. After visiting several Toposa villages, return to Kapoeta for the night.

Day 4: Kapoeta - Larim Tribe - Torit

Enjoy breakfast and set out for Didinga territory, where the Didinga and Larim tribes gather daily at Camp 15 for trade and socializing. Interact with local authorities and proceed to Boya Hills, a haven for plant enthusiasts boasting numerous rare species. The Larim people, numbering a few thousand, reside at the base of Boya Hills. Their unique culture involves body scarification and intricate pipe smoking. Marvel at their distinctive houses adorned with snail shells and artwork. Subsequently, journey to Torit town for overnight accommodation.

Day 5: Torit - Juba

Begin the day with breakfast and return to Juba Airport, where your remarkable tribal exploration concludes. Embark on this enriching adventure that delves into the heart of South Sudan’s tribes, traditions, and vibrant cultures.

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