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. See the map on the home page of this web site to locate Boma National Park and an animated movement of the migration.


  • Nov 1-11, 2011
  • Nov 18-28, 2011
  • Dec 3-13, 2011
  • Dec 21, 2011 – Jan 3, 2012 (special 14 day Christmas and New Years safari including parties in the bush and 3 extra days on safari- 3200 E per person)
  • Jan 7-17, 2012
  • Jan 21-31, 2012
  • Feb 4-14, 2012
  • Feb 18-28, 2012
  • March 3-13, 2012
  • March 17-27, 2012
  • March 31-April 10, 2012



Day One

Arrive Juba International Airport. We will be waiting at the airport to pick you up and bring you to an air conditioned hotel for the night.

Day Two

Drive to Kapoeta, about 8 hours, to stay at a tented safari camp for the night.

Day Three

Drive to Boma National Park Headquarters, where our tented camp and staff await you. About 4 hours drive.

Day Four to Day Eight

On safari by 4×4 vehicle in Boma National Park and visit the local traditional villages.

Day Nine

Drive to Kapoeta for the night.

Day Ten

Drive to Juba for the night at an air conditioned hotel.


Day Eleven

Fly out of Juba Intl Airport to your home, or onto Entebbe, Uganda to start your safari to see the Gorillas.[/timeline]