The White Nile passes through South Sudan on its way to Nile Delta. It enters the country from the town of Nimule at the Boarder of Uganda and exited at the northern town of Renk. For years the South Sudan section of White Nile had been out of reach for tourist due to the wars of independence, but from 2011 it has become an attraction for tourist that want to sail it from Egypt to Lake Victoria. It is also home to some of the largest rapids at the town of Nimule and this has made the town to be Mecca for water rafters.

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