Immerse yourself in South Sudan’s magic

Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to the untouched landscapes of South Sudan, where you’ll experience the mesmerizing culture of the Mundari Tribe. Imagine waking up to the golden rays of an African sunrise, sipping freshly brewed coffee as you prepare for a day of unparalleled discovery.

With us, you’ll immerse yourself in the rich traditions of the Mundari people—warriors, cattle herders, and guardians of an ancient way of life. Witness their iconic cattle camps, partake in tribal dances, and learn the art of storytelling under a sky ablaze with stars. This isn’t just a tour; it’s an intimate passage into a world few have ever seen. Secure your spot now and transform your sense of wonder forever.

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South Sudan Tour: EUR 1495 1495
Uganda Tour Combo: EUR 3195 3195
Burundi, DRC, Rwanda, Uganda Combo: EUR 7195 7195
Immerse yourself in South Sudan's magic

South Sudan Group Tours Schedule

Date TourStatus
13 December – 16 December 2024December Mundari TourBook now
20 – 23 March 2025March Mundari TourBook now

General info

Days4 days / 3 nights
Price€ 1495
Uganda Tour Combo: € 3195
Burundi, DRC, Rwanda, Uganda Combo: € 7195
Transport on the ground
Western & local guide
Lunch, dinner at the Mundari Camp
Entry fees
1 Camera permit
ExcludingInternational flight
Additional camera permits
Lunch, diner
Tip for the guide
Personal expenses
Single room (€ 200)
This offer is covered by the STO Garant guarantee. You can find the conditions for this guarantee scheme on STO Garant’s website.


Day 1 – Juba

  • Arrive at your own convenience in Juba. 
  • OR: arrival from our Uganda Tour
  • Airport pick up and drop off at our hotel. 
  • Pre-tour meeting at the hotel, with afterward a dinner next to the Nile River.
  • Overnight stay in Juba.

Day 2 – Juba – Mundari Camp

  • Highlight: We visit Konyo Konyo, the biggest market in South Sudan. Here you’ll see the unique tribal mix of South Sudan.
  • See the Juba University, a great place to meet the future leaders of this young African nation. 
  • Pay a visit to Jubek Tomb, one of the most important figures in the history of South Sudan. His history is also linked to many of the current tensions in the country.
  • In the afternoon we start our drive to the Mundari Camp. As the Mundari are nomads we’ll never know how long the drive to the camp is. It can be any time between 15 minutes and 3 hours! We also might encouter several check points along the way, which can sometimes cause delays.
  • Along the way we pass by small rural villages, great spots for photos. 
  • Highlight: Upon arrival in the Mundari Camp we’ll meet the local chief who will grant us access to the camp. By sunset all the herders return to the camp with their livestock. The Mundari are known for creating mist with smoke, which is used to repel mosquitos. This creates a very unique setting which is amazing for photos. 
  • Overnight stay in our own camp, right next to the Mundari camp.

Day 3 – Mundari Camp – Juba

  • Highlight: Early wake up to see the start of the day at the Mundari Camp. The herders prepare their cattle for the day, as they leave the camp in the morning. 
  • After an early lunch we return to Juba to fresh up at our hotel.
  • John Garang Mausoleum, a revolutionary leader who promoted the concept of Sudanism, creating unity under all the different cultures that live in South Sudan. 
  • We take a short hike up to Jebel Kujur. This is highest point of Juba and from here we have a great view over the city.
  • Visit to the local craft market.
  • Goodbye dinner for our short but amazing trip in South Sudan.
  • Overnight stay in Juba.

Day 4 – Juba

  • Airport drop off.