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15 Day Safari To The Great Migration Tour

15 Day Safari To The Great Migration Tour Packages
Country: South Sudan
City: Juba
Duration: 15 Day(s) - 14 Night(s)
Tour Category: Wildlife Safari
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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This safari is designed to intercept the herds of migrating Kob and Tang in Boma National Park. Most of the safari will be in the roadless wilderness of the park. Boma National Park is the largest park in all of Africa.

Day 1 - Arrive on a FlyDubai flight into Juba at 1445 from Dubai (Arrive in Dubai the night prior on Emirates Airlines).

After Customs and Immigration in Juba, drive directly to our camp at Torit, which was set up the day before. Picnic lunch and drinks aboard the vehicle.

Day 2- Drive toward the Park Headquarters

Passing through Kapoeta, going throughToposa & Jie Villages, and making camp at a Murle village.

Day 3 - Drive to Nyat and the Boma Park Headquarters

Going through Villages, and make camp near the park headquarters.

Day 4 - Drive into the park to intercept the Kob and Tiang antelope herds coming from Ethiopia.

Animals' radio collars should give us GPS coordinates. Make camp.

Days 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 - These days will be spent in Boma National Park

Following and intercepting herds of the migration. The camp will be moved only as necessary.

Days 13 & 14 -These days will be spent getting back to Torit.

The route will depend on where the migration takes us on Day 12. Most likely we will cut across the roadless wilderness to Torit, navigating by GPS.

Day 15 - Departure

Drive direct to Juba Intl airport at least 2 hours before the FlyDubai flight departure at 1545.

4x4 Unimogs are used on this safari

White-eared Kob and Zebras migrating in Boma National Park

Animated map showing the migration route throughout the year

Included In All Safaris:

All meals during the safari, while in our mobile camp.

All bottled water, sodas, beer(as long as it lasts), juices, coffee, tea, and ice during the safari, while in our mobile camp.

Individual tent with cot bed that has a mattress, sheets, and pillow (blankets or sleeping bags are not necessary).

Mobile enclosed showers, towels, and body & hair shower soap.

Mobile enclosed toilets.

All Park fees per day per person.

The camera permits and the costs to obtain the permit.

Introduction letter to get your visa.

Translators from the local tribal languages to English.

Drivers/guides that are knowledgable about the wildlife and tribes

Full mobile kitchen with chef and helper.

Rechargeable Lanterns

4x4 vehicles from Juba airport to Juba airport. Most of the parks in South Sudan have no roads so we navigate by GPS when searching for wildlife.

Laundry as weather permits.

Armed Forest Rangers guides

Ice makers.

Shaded dining area with camp chairs, tables, and lanterns.

220 and 110 volt Power takes offs to charge camera batteries

Visits to tribal villages for photography and purchasing artifacts.

Game viewing (most game viewing will be from the 4x4 vehicles, however, there may be some short-distance walking to reach particular areas).

Not Included in All Safaris:

Airfare to Juba

South Sudan Visa

Entry letter to Board the aircraft to Juba (the entry letter is not necessary if you have a visa)

Any health expenses for illness or accident including malaria prevention, yellow fever inoculation, hospitalization, doctor consultations, and emergency evacuation costs. Check with your health insurance if you are covered while traveling, if not we recommend you obtain health insurance while you are in Southern Sudan.

Any costs for delays caused by airlines, weather, mud, political occurrences, or lost luggage. (such as extra charges for hotels, meals, taxis, and airline fees to change tickets)

Any costs for rescheduling.

Any costs for your arriving in Juba early or departing later on the scheduled dates.

Hard liquor


Use of SAT phone in camp, cost per minute

Sangaita river in Eastern Equatorial state. This is typical of the roadless terrain that we will navigate across with GPS during days 13 & 14 of your safari when returning to Torit.

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