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4 Days in Nimule National Park

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4 Days in Nimule National Park

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Nimule National Park, the most easily accessible of South Sudan’s national parks, was established under British rule in 1954 and spans 540km2 along the border with Uganda. It straddles the White Nile River, with wildlife freely moving back and forth. Visitors can see elephant herds while crossing the river by boat to Opekoloe Island, and then spot zebras, warthogs, baboons, and even the occasional leopard on foot.

Nimule National Park, the most easily accessible of South Sudan’s national parks, was established under British rule in 1954 and spans 540km2 along the border with Uganda. It straddles the White Nile River, with wildlife freely moving back and forth. Visitors can see elephant herds while crossing the river by boat to Opekoloe Island, and then spot zebras, warthogs, baboons, and even the occasional leopard on foot.

  • Include
    Lunch
    Park Entrance Fees
    Tour Guide
    Airport Transfers
    Breakfast
  • Not Included
    Camping Gear
    Dinner
    Personal/Travel Insurance
    Entry Visa
    Tour Van
    Departure Taxes
    Return Flight Ticket
    Accommodation
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Day 1

Arrival in Juba, South Sudan by air Arrive in Juba, South Sudan's capital, by plane. Upon arrival at the airport, obtain your visa, meet your guide, and transfer to the hotel Landmark. The remainder of the day is free for relaxation and exploration of the Konyo-Konyo market. PM Drive a little further north of Juba to see the presidential palace. Return to Juba to see late Dr. John Garang de Mabior's mausoleum and the Jubek tomb. Meals: Juba's Landmark Hotel provides lodging. Note- -If arriving on Sunday, drive 5 kilometers north of Juba to Atuot and enjoy the weekly wrestling and dancing by the Aliab and Mundari tribes. -Most of the attractions mentioned above (the presidential palace, late Dr. John Garang de Mabior's mausoleum, and Jubek tomb) are not guaranteed to be visited due to tight security. They are currently closed.
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Day 2

Juba-Nimule National Park 1 hour White Nile boat trip Visit Stonecutters Mountain Drive to Nimule National Park in the south. Drive through the northern part of the park with park scouts and guides to see the White Nile Waterfall. Hipos boat trip in the afternoon. Overnight in National Park lodging Meals (B)
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Day 3

Nimule excursion Full-day wildlife tracking and observation Overnight in National Park lodging Meals (B and L)
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Day 4

Nimule wildlife tracking Overnight in National Park accommodation after a full day of wildlife tracking and observation Meals (B and L)
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Day 5

Nimule-Juba Day 5 Nimule Wildlife Tracking in the Morning Drive back to Juba in the evening. Overnight stay at Landmark Hotel

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