South Sudan - Travel and Tourism
Typically, South Sudan isn’t a hot spot for most vacationers, especially if they’re looking for beach bunnies and Western-style fun.
Due to ongoing conflict, tourists are advised not to travel to certain parts of South Sudan. Check your local embassy for updates.
Eid Al-Fitr occurs right after Ramadan; that is probably the best time to go to South Sudan to enjoy music and cultural events.
A valid passport and a visa are necessary when you’re arriving in South Sudan.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
With the security situation in South Sudan still fragile, traveling there can be dangerous.
We recommend sticking to the main cities during your visit to South Sudan.
The country's Ministry of Culture plans to establish the South Sudan National Museum.