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Fly to Juba, South Sudan

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Juba - South Sudan

Currently, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advise against all travel to South Sudan as the security situation remains unstable since July 2016.

The cease-fire is holding in Juba, but the security situation remains unstable.

With a population of around 300 000, Juba lies on the White Nile. As a city, it has little to offer other than for the extreme adventurer, that person who enjpoys the ambience of the 'frontier' environment.

Juba lies in an area blessed with natural richness, the rivers, the world's second largets animal migrations. It is, peace dependent, poised to become a trallers haven.

If you are interested in visiting one of the fastest growing cities in the world in one of its newest countries, we can only suggest you wait until things improve before booking your flights to Juba with Tripindigo.



Why visit Juba?

  • Note: Many countries advise against travelling to South Sudan for security reasons.
  • Check out the local cattle market where cows are traded with horns up to 2 meters long
  • Watch the world go by on the banks of the Nile
  • Visit Jebel Kujur for a nice walk, look for birds or go rock climbing
  • Day trip to the island Gondokoro, the original location of Juba

Information for visitors

Did you know?

  • South Sudan is the world’s newest country
  • The second largest wildlife migration on land happens each year in South Sudan
  • Bulls are very important in the South Sudanese culture, many people are named after a bull (for example, the founder of the nation is called Mabior which means White Bull, the most prized) and some horns grow up to 2m long

Flights from Juba (JUB)

JUB to Nairobi International (NBO) 379.4 USD

Flights To Juba (JUB)

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Reasons to Visit

  1. Fastest growing country
  2. 2nd largest wildlife migration
  3. Active cattle market
  4. Rock climbing spot

City Tips

  • Currently, it is not advisable to drive in South Sudan as roads are being cleared of mines which will take some time.
  • Use internet cafes but be judicious with your private data and information