Also spelled as Badingilo, Bandingilo National Park is located in the two states of the Equatoria region – Central Equatoria and Eastern Equatoria and was declared a park in 1992. Situated in a wooded area near the White Nile River, it is over 10,000 square kilometers in size and it is here where the earth’s second-largest annual animal migration (largest is the Serengeti migration), involving multiple species of antelope including reedbuck, tiang, and white-eared kob, takes place. It also the home to iconic African megafauna like the Nubian giraffe and contains large marshlands stretching up into Jonglei state. Predators like the African wild dogs, cheetahs, caracals, lions and spotted hyenas are also living in the national park.
Described by some as the “natural jewel of the Equatoria region”, it’s a great place to come and witness the breathtaking phenomenon of the annual migration of the white-eared kob and other animals.
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Tour Location: Bandingilo National Park
Language: Swahili, Arabic and English