Lantoto National Park is located on the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo in southwestern South Sudan. The park covers an area of 760 km2 and is mostly made up of woodland, forest, and open grasslands. Poaching and insecurity at this park forced many animals to flee.

to cross into DR Congo’s Garamba National Park Lantoto National Park is excellent for

capturing footage of elephants, which are typically seen in large herds

1. Filming requirements and fees in Lantoto National Park
To film in Lantoto National Park, you must first obtain permission.
Obtaining a filming permit in South Sudan can be an expensive and time-consuming process.

Allow plenty of time for us to assist you in obtaining the permit for you.

The first step is to use Ultima to complete all necessary applications.

When Should You Visit Lantoto National Park?

To enter the country, you will need to obtain a tourist or business visa.

Traveling film crews to South Sudan must obtain an electronic visa.

South Sudanese origin, come from a visa-exempt country, or come from another country

countries whose citizens can obtain a visa on arrival

The cost of a South Sudan visa and the application process are determined by the length of your stay.