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Fly to South Sudan

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International Adults
12+ years

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Under 12 years

Resident Adults
12+ years

Resident Children
Under 12 years

Infants Under 2
International or Resident


No. Travellers

International Adults
12+ years

International Children
Under 12 years

Resident Adults
12+ years

Resident Children
Under 12 years

Infants Under 2
International or Resident

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Fly to 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. A famine has also recently been declared in South Sudan.

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.

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Popular destinations in South Sudan

South Sudan is the newest country on our planet and boasts some interesting places to visit like:

  • Boma National Park
  • Nimule National Park
  • Bandingilo National Park
  • Southern National Park and Sudd wetlands
  • Lantoto National Park
  • Shambe National Park
  • Kidepo Valley Game Reserve
  • Zeraf Wildlife Reserve
  • Imatong Forest Reserve

Book your cheap flight to Juba in South Sudan with Tripindigo today.

Short history of South Sudan

The Republic of South Sudan is the world’s newest country as it only became independent in 2011. But unfortunately, after independence, the ruling political party is now divided and fighting for power. The fighting between the president and the vice-president and their followers started in Juba and soon spread to the rest of the country.

Although peace agreements have been signed, the violence once again flared up in the middle of 2016. On top of this South Sudan has the highest inflation in the world and its economy is failing. Due to the conflict has disrupted farming and a famine has recently been declared. 

Information for visitors

Useful Information

South Sudan’s main international airport is located in the capital Juba (JUB)

  • Time zone: UTC / GMT +3
  • Currency: South Sudan Pound (SSP), divided into 100 piasters
  • Driving: right-hand side of the road
  • Power Outlets: 220V-240V 50Hz. Plug types are ‘Type C & D (European)’

Country Tips

  • Currently, it is not advisable to drive in South Sudan as roads are being cleared of mines which will take some time.
  • For those who do travel there, exercise extreme caution, respect local customs and culture and keep a low profile.
  • It is possible to arrange tours from the city.