Bus from Nairobi to Juba Bus Tickets, Fare, Schedule & Route


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Compare and do cheap bus from Nairobi to Juba bus tickets booking online and travel Nairobi to Juba by road. Juba city is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of South Sudan. The overwhelming city is placed on the while Nile and it is home of over 370,000 people. It is a river port that serves as the commercial agricultural center in the area. Here is the guide how to book bus tickets from Nairobi to Juba:

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Is the Nairobi to Juba bus the affordable way to get to Juba from Nairobi?

The affordable way to get from Nairobi to Juba is by bus, bus tickets from Nairobi to Juba costs $100 - $150 and takes 17h 30m.

Is the bus from Nairobi to Juba the quickest way to get to Juba from Nairobi?

The quickest way to get from Nairobi to Juba is to fly which takes 2h 10m and costs $290 - $450.

What is the travel distance of Nairobi and Juba?

The travel distance of Nairobi to Juba bus is 896 km.

Can I drive from Nairobi to Juba?

Yes, the driving distance between Juba and Nairobi is 1130 km. it takes about 17h 30m to drive from Nairobi to Juba.

Bus Tickets from Nairobi to Juba Tips

Juba has best weather all over the year, due to its tropical climate. Locals and visitors alike are fascinated by the charming public celebrations, of which many highlight traditional or religious aspects of the Sudanese culture. European movie Festival is a glamorous chance to discover the contemporary Sudan, whereas the cultural particularities of the national are experienced during the celebrations held in vital religious occasions, such as Ramada or Eid. Finally, the country also celebrates Christian feasts.  

Juba has been explained as undergoing an economic boom, mainly in the past 5 years and since independence. The prospect of an economic thrill has brought 1,000 of merchants to Juba, mostly from northern Sudan and from East Africa. As of 2010 October, several international and regional have established a presence in Juba.