South Sudan Quick Travel Guide
With a travel rating of 12%, South Sudan is amongst the youngest countries in the entire world. After literally generations of conflict, it has managed to assert itself as a separate nation - against the wishes of more than a few other countries. However, now that they have come this far, it is time to consider what this country has to offer to the intrepid PlanetHopper! Without a doubt it hast to be its many national parks. Boma and Southern National Parks provide a habitat for a large number of animals, including, buffalo, elephants, giraffes and lions. If you're interested in the Big 5 - which let's be honest, we all are – these two park will be the answer your prayers. On top of that, Bandingilo National Park has an annual migration of wildlife that rivals anything else found on the entire continent and is the second largest in the world. Then there is the Sudd, a vast swamp formed by the White Nile, which is one of the world's largest wetlands, and home to the Dinka, Nuer and Shilluk people. South Sudan is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. Just wait for the most opportune time; it is probably right around the corner.
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South Sudan has a number of parks and reserves that have the potential to draw millions as the country establishes itself after recent strife. One of these places is Boma National Park, an important refuge for a large number of ....
|Coordinates:||8 00 N, 30 00 E|
|Main Languages:||Arabic, English|
|Currency:||South Sudanese Pound (SSP)|
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- Location: South Sudan