An isolated garrison town during the 21-year civil war, Juba is now the capital of South Sudan – a very important political and economic center. It’s located in the central south of the country, on the White Nile. When in Juba, there are several exciting places for tourists. These include Jebel Kujur, stadia, and hotels situated along the river, particularly Afex, Juba Brige, Oasis, and Habesha.
Not to forget a visit to the main market Konyo-konyo, which means “congested” or “mingling” in Juba Arabic. Here, thousands of residents purchase their daily food supplies.