1 Day South Sudan Tour – bird watching
1 Day South Sudan Birding Safari Tour– Bird Watching Tour, Birds, Birding Trips, and Birdwatching Tours in the Republic of South Sudan.
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This will be the first of many tours to identify the birds of South Sudan. At the same time, you will visit Juba city. Ultimate wild safaris driver guide, will pick you up at your hotel in juba and transfer you to visit areas along the Nile River and the surrounding countryside of Juba to see birds. Thereafter, you will be transferred back to your hotel in juba, hence calling it the end of your one-day birding encounter.
Background About South Sudan Bird Watching Tour, Birds, Birding Trips, and Birdwatching Tours in the Republic of South Sudan
South Sudan is situated in northern Africa. It borders the countries of the Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda. It is dominated by the River Nile and its tributaries. The terrain is generally flat plains, broken by several mountain ranges; the highest mountain is Mount Kinyeti Imatong, near the border with Uganda.
The amount of rainfall increases towards the south where there are swamps and rain forest. Sudan’s rainy season lasts for up to six months (June to November) in the south. The dry regions are plagued by sand storms, known as a haboob, which can completely block out the sun. In the northern and western semi-desert areas, people rely on the scant rainfall for basic agriculture and many are nomadic, traveling with their herds of sheep and camels.
Nearer the River Nile, there are well-irrigated farms growing cash crops. Rich mineral resources are available in South Sudan including petroleum, natural gas, gold, silver, chromite, asbestos, manganese, gypsum, mica, zinc, iron, lead, uranium, copper, kaolin, cobalt, granite, nickel, and tin. There is concern over soil erosion. Agricultural expansion, both public and private, has proceeded without conservation measures.
The consequences have manifested themselves in the form of deforestation, soil desiccation, and the lowering of soil fertility and the water table. The nation’s wildlife is threatened by hunting. As of 2001, twenty-one mammal species and nine bird species are endangered, as well as two types of plants. Endangered species include the Waldrop, northern white rhinoceros, Tora hartebeest, and the slender-horned gazelle.
In May 2007, it was announced that hundreds of wild elephants had been located on a previously unknown, treeless island in the Sudd swampland region of southern Sudan. The exact location is kept secret to protect the animals from poachers.
Here is a list of top South Sudan tours, South Sudan safari tours, South Sudan holiday vacation safari tours, South Sudan Cultural-tribal photography safari tours, South Sudan photography trips from here.
- 3 Days South Sudan Tour - Juba City Tour
- 3 Days South Sudan Tour - Nimule National Park
- 4 Days South Sudan Tour - Topesa and Jie Villages
- 4 Days South Sudan Tour - Mundari Cattle Camp Tour
- 5 Days South Sudan Tour – Dinka Tribe Photography Tour
- 8 Days South Sudan Tour - Mundari and Dinka Cattle Camps Tour
- 8 Days South Sudan Tour – Mundari and Nimule National Park Tour
- 8 Days South Sudan Tour – Hiking Mountain Kenyeti in Imatong Forest Reserve
- 8 Days South Sudan Tour – Kidepo Valley National Park
- 8 Days South Sudan Tour - Southern National Park
- 10 Days South Sudan Tour - Bird Watching Tour
- 15 Days Best of South Sudan Tour-Mundari cattle Camp, Toposa, Jiye, Larim, Lotuko
- 15 DAYS South Sudan Mundari Cattle camp safari tour and Uganda safari tours
Jan 19 - Dec 25
pickup avaiable from airport, train and also cruise
- Introduction letter to get your visa.
- Meal and bottled water
- Driver guide
- Photo permit
- Attractions and activities
- Any medical cost
Ultimate wild safaris driver guide, will pick you up at your hotel in juba and transfer you to visit areas along the Nile River and the surrounding countryside of Juba to see birds. Thereafter, you will be transferred back to your hotel in juba, hence calling it the end of your one-day birding encounter. $255 usd per person (based upon 2 people in the group)
$335 usd single