About South Sudan
South Sudan officially became a country in 2011 after seceding from Sudan. The country is divided into 10 states and has Juba as the capital and largest city. South Sudan has managed to retain some elements of their culture despite the years of civil war that led many to migrate to neighbouring countries like Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia.
The prominent ethnic groups in South Sudan are the Azande, Nuer, Bari and Dinka. The country is just starting out and might present investment opportunity and a relatively cheaper vacation destination. South Sudan hotels are great places to lodge. Hotels in Juba or any other city in South Sudan are available for booking here on Jumia Travel.
Places of interest in South Sudan
Juba the capital city was founded in 1922 and has a number of structures that were built by the Greeks such as the Ivory Bank and the famous Juba hotel. You can visit the parks – Boma National Park, Nimule National Park, Bandinglio National Park and Southern National Park. The major cities in South Sudan are Rumbek, Wau, Bentiu and Malakal.