Nimule National Park- Wildlife Safari – Car Rental Sudan

The Nimule National Park is a 410 square kilometer protected area in the Eastern Equatoria region of South Sudan, on the border to Uganda. For 48 kilometers, the eastern border of the park is formed by the White Nile. The Kayu River flows through the park from the Uganda border to reach the White Nile.

The terrain inside the park is hilly and most of the land is covered with savanna woodland. Along permanent and seasonal watercourses, you can visit riverine woodland where the dominating trees are Acacia sieberiana and Borassus Ethiopia. It is possible to arrange a boat trip to experience the park from the water.

Examples of animals that live in the Nimule National Park:

  • Hippos
  • Elephants
  • Warthog
  • Baboon
  • Vervet monkey
  • Ugandan kob
  • Goliath heron

Getting there

The closest town is Nimule, which is 197 km by road from South Sudan’s capital Juba and 120 km by road from Gulu in Uganda. Gulu is the nearest large city.