Flights to South Sudan from London
The world’s newest country since it declared independence in July 2011, South Sudan is rich with tribal culture. While South Sudanese culture is heavily influenced by their neighbours, their music and sports are definitely worth experiencing. South Sudan also has a number of attractions, for instance the Boma National Park, located near the Ethiopian border. Established in 1977, the park is home to a number of species. The Southern National Park, known for its flora and fauna, is another place of interest in South Sudan. Unfortunately, there is currently a warning issued against traveling to South Sudan, mainly due to high levels of intercommunal violence, which means that travel for pleasure will have to be put on hold. If you are booking flights to South Sudan from London for any other reason, the country has two international airports; Juba International Airport and Malakal Airport. Ethiopian Air is your best option for flights to South Sudan from London and, depending on the stopover, flight duration exceeds 12 hours.