Separated from the north in 2011, South Sudan is the world's newest country and has emerged from decades of inaccessibility as a vibrant and diverse destination. Nature lovers are drawn to the region to experience one of the world's largest wetlands, the many tropical forests and the second-largest wildlife migration on earth. The tribal peoples such as the Dinka, Bari and Zande preserve unique cultures thousands of years in the making. Authors Sophie Ibbotson and Max Lovell-Hoare provide practical information on getting around this new country where the travelling is rugged but the rewards are immense. This stand-alone guide outlines tour operators, hotels, restaurants, suggested itineraries, and how you can give back to the community. The chapter on Sudanese culture provides in-depth coverage of its languages, people and culture. Divided into geographical regions with photographs and maps, South Sudan enables the intrepid traveller to explore the length and breadth of the country.Three other guides also stand out a the encyclopaedic Vehicle-dependent Expedition Guide by Tom Sheppard, The ... The Land Rover Defender (90, 110 or 130 models) is still the popular vehicle for most overlanders, and although there is not a ... and, as the parts are often interchangeable with Honda spares and other generic parts, they can be cheaper to repair. ... Fuel and water are top of the list.
|Author||:||Sophie Lovell-Hoare, Max Lovell-Hoare|
|Publisher||:||Bradt Travel Guides - 2013|