This 6 days Dinka and Mundari Cattle Camp Tour on of our South Sudan tours will showcase all that this youngest Nation has to offer. This tour will take you to some of the 2 most indegenous tribes Dinka and Mundari each one semi-nomadic and unique in their own way. .You will sleep in Mundari cattle Camp and Dinka Cattle Camp eat with them, immerse yourself and learn their way of life.
The Mundari a cattle herding tribe living remotely along the White Nile river, north of South Sudan’s capital Juba. Their vast herds of sacred cattle graze on fertile river land, with the Mundari living mainly off the milk, not the meat. Wrestling and playing music are popular Mundari pastimes, and each morning they massage their cows with ash, a technique used to keep flies and insects away.
The Dinka Tribe and Mundari Tribe are one of the populous of South Sudan’s tribes. The majority of Dinka and Mundari are still nomadic pastoralists and their cattle camps, which often contain 1000s head or more of cattle, offer a fascinating insight into their traditional way of life. Much of South Sudan’s culture and history is derived from the importance of cattle: they’re the principal source of wealth and prestige, and, when pastures are scarce, the reason for so much conflict.
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