South Sudan

GÜNEY SUDAN CUMHURİYETİ ANKARA BÜYÜKELÇİLİĞİ
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Rejaf Road.. after the Rejaf Catholic Church.
For the bird watcher there is a large number of Shoe Bills at Bor in the Nile River.
White-eared Kob and Zebra in Boma National Park before the civil war began. Today there are few zebra, but over a million Kob are estimated in the park.
The Boma-Jonglei landscape of Southern Sudan also contains remnant herds of elephants.
Source: Paul Elkan and J. Michael Fay/National Geographic
Herds of ostrich
Source: Paul Elkan and J. Michael Fay/National Geographic
Malachite King Fisher on the Nile River bank, Nimule National Park in South Sudan
Nimule National Park
Nimule National Park On the border with Uganda is Nimule National Park. The Nile River cuts along the eastern border of the park for 48 kilometers. The road from Uganda to Juba cuts along the eastern border of the park next to the Nile. The park has 41,000 hectares or 101,270 acres and was originally created to protect the White Rhino, which is now extinct. The park is the most accessable of South Sudan's parks. A three hour drive from Juba, on a newly reconstructed road, makes visiting the park, all year, possible.
The migration of white-eared kobs across the plains of Jonglei-Boma Landscape is one of the most spectacular wildlife wonders of the world.
The River Nile
View from Imatong Mountains, Eastern Equatoria State.
Trip up the Imatong Mountains, Eastern Equatoria in South Sudan
Colourful Fountain in Juba, South Sudan
Rumbek, South Sudan
Causeway between Malakal and Koror
Malakal, ROSS
Jebel Lodge- Juba, South Sudan
River Lodge- Wau South Sudan
Malakal City
view taken along the River Nile in juba
The River Nile Juba- South Sudan
Along the River Nile
ACACIA VILLAGE HOTEL in JUBA
ACACIA VILLAGE HOTEL in JUBA
Acacia Village poolside
ACACIA Village gardens
Acacia Village Hotel in Juba
Boma National Park
War surviving wildlife of South Sudan
River Nile
St peter church in lowoi
Juba Airport, Helicopter view