South Sudan by train

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A Travel Guide For Train Travel In South Sudan.

Here you will find information for South Sudan about trains, routes, tours, connections, where to buy train tickets, and more.

Useful Information

Population: 10.98 million

Currency: South Sudanese Pound

Language: Swahili, English

Capital: Juba

Country Code: +211

Time Zone: East Africa Time (EAT)

Train Companies

Train Tickets

Rail Passes

There are no rail passes available for South Sudan.


Frequently Travelled Routes In South Sudan


From > To
Duration Changes Transport




From > To
Duration Changes Transport
Wau to Babanusa, Sudan      


South Sudan travel routes

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Main Train Stations

  • Wau

Good to know

Best Time To Travel To South Sudan

We recommend traveling to South Sudan anytime from November to February during the country’s dry season. South Sudan is Africa’s largest country so that’s a lot of ground to cover! We recommend meeting different tribal communities that add to the diversity of the country as well as visiting Dinka cattle camps. There is also quite the biodiversity throughout the country and some of the best places to spot wildlife are in Southern National Park, Ez Zeraf Game Reserve, Boma National Park, Nimule National Park, and Bandingilo National Park to name a few!


  • Dry Season: November to February
  • Rainy Season: April to October

Accommodation In South Sudan


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