Africa - South Sudan (PDF Chapter)
This is the South Sudan chapter from Lonely Planet’s Africa guidebook.
In July 2011 Africa’s largest country, Sudan, split into two and with that South Sudan was born. It’s one of the least developed nations on the planet, and until stability is established, even the most intrepid travellers will have to wait to visit.
- Boma National Park is a vast wilderness home to huge quantities of wildlife, including migrating herds of over a million antelope
- Nimule National Park is home to hippos, Ugandan kobs, elephants, buffaloes and beautiful scenery
- Bandingalo National Park is a paradise for giraffes, hippos and wild dogs, and also welcomes hundreds of thousands of migrating antelope
Coverage includes: Understand South Sudan.
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