Juba Hotels

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  • Reviews: 1

3 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Civicon(Oasis camp): Jubas luxurious camp

This is the most comfortable place you can stay at in Juba.
Its made of pre-furbs but quite comfortable.
Plus you ge to enjoy the Nile the whole time.
The food could be better but thats Juba for you..........

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written May 9, 2007

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  • Peter_DK profile photo Peter_DK
  • Reviews: 19

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Civicon Camp: The place to stay in Juba

There are nothing like "real" hotels or the sort in this City. Only camps made of either pre-fabricated buildings or tented camps. Generally, as an ex-pat or visitor it is a huge problem that good accomodation is so difficult to find in this City, as it is, after all, the center of all of Southern Sudan and thus attracts many visitors, development workers and business people.

You will end up paying +US$ 130,- for a shared cabin (upto 3-4 people in the same room), sharing a shower and toilet (if available). Since no real restaurants are available, fortunately the price includes a rudimentary breakfast, lunch and a choice of evening meals also. The best thing about this place is that the restaurant area is turned into a late-open bar at night so you can drink beer and talk to fellow-travellers about your misery right on the banks of The Nile. Needless to say that the beers are extremely overprices as well...

Good location, friendly staff, best bet for a place to stay in Juba

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Business Travel, Work Abroad, Photography
  • Written February 22, 2007
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Civicon Camp - Juba - Southern Sudan

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  • lotombe profile photo lotombe
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Equatoria Hotel/Inn: The best accomodation in town.

Just about 2.5 km from the airport, this is pretty much the best place to rest, chill and enjoy some good food and drinks in the town. the service is funtastic to sudanese standards with a bouffet self service resturant.

A small hotel even by South Sudanese standards with just about 20 rooms boasting self contained suites with air conditioning which you will appreciate especially in the hot dry season from january-march with high humidity. But as a warning you will be alarmed at the pricing. Otherwise considering the lack of hotels in town, you will be happy there is a room for you.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Safari, Food and Dining, Adventure Travel
  • Written April 6, 2006
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