Boma National Park - 12 Day Safari EF01

12 Days From £0 (5,425 USD)

Join us on our South Sudan Boma National Park and Cultural Safari.

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Key Information

Travel Style: Small Group
Start Location: South Sudan
End Location: South Sudan
Accommodation: Camps
Period: All Year Round
Difficulty: Suitable For Most Travellers

About The Operator

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Years In Business: 1


As water sources dry up after the seasonal rains, and then again when the seasonal rains return, enormous herds of animals migrate in Boma National Park, South Sudan. It is estimated that the migration is far greater than the famous migration of the Serengeti, where nearly 2,000,000 animals search for grazing.

Take our 12 day safari to see the migration. However every year the movement takes place at different times depending on the rains.

Boma National Park is the largest park or reserve in all of Africa. Many people say Kruger or Ruaha or Virunga are the largest, but no it is Boma at 22,800 square kilometers. Boma National Park is 2,280,000 hectareas (5,631,600 acres) in size. This vast park has virtually no roads or park ranger outposts. Mostly flat it is crossed by many small streams and swamps.


A full day by day itinerary will be provided by the tour operator when you make an enquiry about this holiday.

-all meals once you arrive in Nyat. (First meal lunch day 1 and last meal lunch day 12). Fresh breads baked in camp. Chicken, fish, beef flown in every 12 days. Pancakes, eggs, juice. Our chef is trained to to the tastes of European and Northamericans. Ice chests packed with pic nic lunches & cold drinks when you can not get back to camp for lunch.
-all accomodations upon arrival in Nyat, a comfortable mobile tented camp- The tented mobile camp consists of individual tents with bed cot and sleeping pad, sheets & pillows, field kitchen with cook, tables, chairs, portable shower and latrine, ice chests of cold drinks, bottled water trucked in, ice makers, daily maid service, perishable foods flown in from Juba and charger for your camera battery. Satillite phone for urgent calls.
Round trip flight in Yunshuji-12 IV aircraft between Juba and Nyat (you are limited to a total of 20 kilos of carry-on and luggage on this aircraft)
-Bottled water, coffee, tea, juice, ice tea
-Cook in the field
-Laundry (as long as there is no rain)
-Camp manager and camp crew
-armed forest ranger guides
-ground transport by 4x4
-$70 usd per day/person park fee

-Airfare to Juba (see our page on this subject in this web site)
-South Sudan Visa -$100 usd (see our page on this subject in this web site)
-Liquor & sodas (there will be a mobile bar in camp -on our safari reservation form indicate drink preferences and we will attempt to truck it into the camp ahead of your safari, given time and notice)
-Any health expenses for illness or accident including malaria prevention, yellow fever innoculation, hospitalization, doctor consultations, emergency evacuation costs. Check with your health insurance if you are covered while traveling, if not we recommend you obtain health insurance while you are in South Sudan
-Any costs for delays caused by airlines, weather, political occurences or aircraft. If the charter aircraft is delayed due to weather you should be prepared to pay for a hotel stay in Juba.
-Fuel surcharge - the safari price is based upon 1.78 usd per liter of jet fuel. Any increase will be divided by the number of clients on the safari. Diesel for the vehicles used in the park is based upon 1.43 usd per liter. The surcharge (if necessary) will be limited to a maximum of $30 usd or less per client. All fuel is trucked overland to Juba from Mombasa on the Kenyan coast (a 3000 kilometer trip one way) and there has been a steady, unpredictable, increase in cost.
-Use of SAT phone in camp $4 usd per minute

Prices per person - please submit an enquiry to receive a personalized itinerary and costs.

Day 01. Arrive Juba International Airport on Kenya Airlines flight from Nairobi at 920am or on Air Uganda flight from Entebbe at 915am, gather your luggage and pass through customs and immigration. We will be waiting outside with a sign that says
Day 02. to Day 11 - On safari in Boma National Park searching for wildlife by 4x4 vehicle and on foot. Some animals have been radio-collared and we will use these to find certain herds. There are traditional villages south of Nyat that will be visited on some days. All nights in our tented safari camp, with cot beds, full field kitchen with our chef who is famous for his fresh breads, ice makers, bottled water, dining areas, tables, chairs, latrins, laundry, daily maid service, battery chargers for your cameras, SAT phone, lanterns and enclosed safari showers. Supplies are trucked into the camp from Juba monthly.
Day 12. The Yunshuji-12 IV aircraft will depart the Nyat airstrip about noon for a 1.5 hour flight back to Juba for your flight departure at 3:15 pm on Kenya Airlines back to Nairobi or at 6:00 pm on Air Uganda back to Entebbe.