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(4 TRIBES)-MUNDARI, LOTUKO, BUYA/LARIM, TOPOSA.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Drones are not allowed in South Sudan.
No taking photos at the airport without permission from concerned authorities.
We, therefore, thank you so much for entrusting us to organize and lead your holiday travel to the world’s Youngest nation, south Sudan.
Tour cost price!
.8pax=$2250/pax. . 10 pax=$2100/pax
.9 pax=2150/pax . 11pax=$2077/pax
On this day, you will be welcomed and happily greeted by our tour guide leader, who will accompany you to the hotel. The drive from Airport to Hotel takes 15-20 minutes. After checking in, you will get briefed on the next programs for the tour. Relaxing and preparations day.
First impressions will be meeting the tallest people on earth at the Juba airport ( Dinka, Mundari, or Nuer), the tallest tribes.
Accommodation @Royal Palace Hotel/ Imperial Plaza Hotel.
Meals –Dinner (under your cost)
After breakfast, you will depart to Torit Town through the new Marram road for about -3hours. Have lunch at Hotel Torit while the guide clears permits with the state Authorities. After that, you will drive for another 40 minutes to Lotuko village of Challamini. Evening experience to witness the amazing traditional architectural village design of the Lotuko people, visit the village traditional healer and lovely interact with elders to learn about the Lotuko ways of life. Lotuko, who believe in the kingdom, practice subsistence farming and rearing cattle, with sorghum being their staple food crop.
Lotuko traditional dance! The following morning.
Accommodation-@ Camping in Tents.
Meals-Diner served by our professional chef.
Water for the shower- is provided.
You will have your last morning experience with Lotuko traditional dance. Then after, have breakfast and en route to Buya mountains, For the drive of 3 hours. You will arrive at the Larim village of Chawa and meet and interact with the Larim chiefs and elders to learn the Larim ways of life. The Larim, also nicknamed, Buya by Topotha, live at the foot of the mountains and practice body scarification as a sign of beauty. They are considered one of the most tribes in Africa that do more skin beautification than the Suri tribe in Ethiopia. You will walk through the beautiful villages to experience the tribe’s evening activities.
Enjoy Larim/Buya traditional dance the following morning.
.Accommodation- Camping in Tents.
Water for the shower- provided
You will wake up in the morning at 6.00 am local time to experience the Larim/Buya traditional dance. After that, have breakfast and then en route to the Toposa territory for a drive of about 1 hour. You’ll arrive in Kapoeta Town, most busiest Town, and have lunch in Kuleo Hotel while the guide clears up permits with the security Authorities. After, you will then drive for 2 hours to Toposa village of Kotein.
Arrive and immerse yourselves with one of the most friendly and welcoming tribe-Toposa. Interact and experience the tribe’s evening activities, e.g., Milking, cooking by women, evening dancers, and prayers.
The Toposa are nomadic pastoralists, keeping cows, goats, sheep, and donkeys. They also practice subsistence farming, with sorghum being their staple food crop.
Enjoy Toposa traditional dance in the Evening or morning time.
Accommodation- camping in Tents
Water for shower-provided.
After the morning experience with Topotha traditional dance, and your breakfast, you will then pack and drive back to Juba in a drive of 6-7 hours.
You will visit the Toposa- Kapoeta market before proceeding to Juba. And along the road to Juba, you will be stopping to enjoy the beauty of nature.
Lunch in Torit Hotel
Accommodation- Royal Palace Hotel/Imperial Plaza.
Meals- Dinner in the hotel.
Cool shower/swimming pool
After breakfast, you will take a walk to Konyo Konyo market, one of the biggest markets in the country. You will experience the many South Sudanese local foods and other interesting goods there. After that, you will return to meet the team at Royal Palace Hotel and en route to Mundari cattle camp for a drive of 1 hour, depending on the location of the camps that month.
On your arrival at the cattle camp, you might not get cows returned from the grazing areas, but you’ll meet a few amazing activities of cleaning, the beating of drums to welcome cows, and burning of cow dug. Very interesting moments to meet and interact with one of the tallest people tribes in South Sudan. And then, later, at around 5-6 pm, the cows arrive, and you will immerse yourselves in the lovely Mundari coexistence with their cows.
Meals- Dinner served by our senior chef.
You’ll wake up and 5.30 am local time, have coffee and snacks, then dive into the cattle camp to use the beautiful sunrise to experience the amazing Mundari activities, like milking, massaging of bulls, collecting and drying of cow shit, pusy blowing and urine wash.
After that, you will then come for breakfast. After breakfast, you will drive to visit the nearby Mundari villages to have a full experience of the Mundari lifestyle. And after, come back to the camp for another evening experience. This is your last day to learn and take nice photos with Mundari.
You will have your last morning experience with Mundari morning activities, have breakfast, and then en route back to Juba. Check-in for hotel day uses to take a shower. Thereafter, drive to the airport for your flights back home or to your next destinations.
End of the tour.