The smallest but arguably the most beautiful with an area of 540 square kilometers, Nimule National Park is located at the far south of the country, near the border town of Nimule. The park, which can be accessed by road from capital Juba, is crossed by the White Nile, which flows from Uganda. It also has a buffer zone which is bounded by the Ashwa River. It was established in 1954. It is great for wildlife viewing, especially the African Big Five, and filming.
Day 1: Arrive in Juba
Fly into Juba, where the BomaHills Tourism Team will pick you up at Juba International Airport and drive to the hotel where you spend the night.
Day 2: Drive to Nimule Town.
You will depart for Nimuletown where the Park is located and spend the afternoon on the Fula rapids while searching for wildlife. You will thereafter drive to the hotel or a Mobile Camp depending on your choice.
Day 3: Full day in national park.
You will drive to the Nimule National Park for a boat trip to an island in the Nile River where you will spend your entire day searching for wildlife. Thereafter, you will drive to the hotel or Mobile Camp (your choice to make).
Day 4: Drive back to Juba.
You will depart for Juba and spend the rest of your afternoon on the River Nile or shopping in the one of the Juba markets for souvenirs.
Day 5: Fly Home.
Max Guest per Tour:
Tour Location: Nimule National Park.
Language: Swahili, Arabic and English