Cattle keeping have been part and parcel of many South Sudanese culture for centuries. The cattle have been used as a measure of wealth but most use them as source of food through meat and milk. Most tribes gave up cattle keeping many years ago for farming due to various reasons but the famous tribes that still keep their cattle are the Dinka, Mundari, Nuer, Taposa and Murle. Their ways of life have attracted many historians and adventurers from all over the world for many years. The Dinka Aliab, Dinka Bor and the tribe of Mundari have been the centre of tourist attraction in the past decade as their territories are close to the capital city. Their cattle camps have seen rise in number of visitors in the past years.