8 Days Mundari & Dinka cattle Tour: Car Rental Sudan

South Sudan photo tours focus on taking you to places, which have a unique appeal to photographers. We seek the beauty of landscape and seascape, the heritage of cultural diversity and the bustle of street and marketplaces.

Effectively, photography through geography, we shall seek the best moments, light and opportunities to compose shots, which reflect upon those inimitable moments. We feel it is of value to immerse ourselves in local culture through, not only people and landscapes, but also, where feasible, through culinary experience and accommodation, which is culturally sympathetic.

Interaction and understanding and, where feasible, spending time with people, makes moments and images more meaningful. We pride ourselves on a ‘hands on’ approach, which enables clients to avail of sessions in which there are photo critiques and a chance to reflect on images captured whilst on tour.

It is recommended that all participants bring laptops or tablets so that we can benefit from interaction and discussion, and ways of editing our images to get a result reflecting your own unique style.

Itinerary In Summary.

Day 1 – Arrival in Juba

Day 2 –Transfer from Juba to Terekeka the area of Mundari

Day 3 – Exploring Mundari cattle camp and villages

Day 4 – Final moments with the Mundari, Transfer back to Juba

Day 5 – Drive to Bor the main town of Dinka tribe.

Day 6 – Explore Dinka cattle camp and Villages

Day 7 – Another moment with Dinka cattle camp and villages

Day 8 – Transfer from Bor town to Juba City

Day 9 – Juba city tour and Departure

Please Note:  Cameras are prohibited, thereafter have lunch and Transfer to the airport for your flight back home and detailed program after confirmation.


  • Transportation from beginning to the end of the itinerary
  • Airport pickup
  • Accommodation
  • Driver guide
  • Meals as listed
  • Bottled water


  • Flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Visa
  • Tips
  • Anything not included in the itinerary.
  • An extra night Juba