CULTURAL TOURISM IN SOUTH SOUTH SUDAN

South Sudan is an independent country and also distinct destination to explore when it comes to cultural tour. Cultural tourism in South Sudan offers tourists a lifetime opportunity to discover the country’s most captivating cultures and history.

There are more than 64 ethnic groups in South Sudan making it one of Africa’s rich and diverse cultural destinations. Most of the country’s ethnic groups have a lot in common considering the close connection in their cultural traits. The famous ethnic groups in South Sudan include the Dinka, Mundari, Nuer, Atuot, Jur Chol, Jur Beli, Thuri, Otuho, Lulubo, Tennet, Didinga, Mundu, Kichepo, Dongotono, Sere, Lokoya, Pojulu, Moru, Ndogo, Lugbara, Baka, Lopit, Lango, and others.

ALL ABOUT TOURISM IN SOUTH SUDAN

The White Nile, a part of R. Nile has a section of it known as Bahr al-Jabal which led to a vast wetland region within South Sudan, referred to as the Sudd. South Sudan has over the years become a very great tourism destination for visitors from countries all over the world due to the different tourism destinations.

The Sudd is at the axis of tourism in South Sudan and is also home to different tour activities alongside the lush savannah and rainforests that provide habitat to numerous species of wildlife.

DISCOVER THE ENCHANTING DINKA CATTLE CAMP OF SOUTH SUDAN

The spectacle of thousands of cattle coming together in the camps has attracted tourists from all over the world. The sight is truly breathtaking as the animals peacefully converge, offering a remarkable display. Visitors find this phenomenon captivating and often capture picturesque moments during their visit.