Established on both sides of the White Nile River, Juba is the capital and largest city of the Republic of South Sudan. It is possible to say that today the finance sector is more dominant in the Juba economy, while the main economic activities have been logistics and transportation for a while.
Juba is a city under the influence of tropical climate. Temperatures are measured at an average of 25-30 degrees Celsius throughout the year. It is the period when arid season temperature is highest between November and April. In this period, rainfall is very low but the weather is still humid. In the rainy season between May and October, the temperature is slightly lower but there are heavy rains.
Buses are being used as a means of public transport in the city. Motorcycle taxis are quite common means for short distances. Be sure to agree on the price and negotiate, if necessary, when taking these means. In Juba, traffic is intense and grift, and the risk of accidents is high; therefore, it is beneficial to act carefully as a pedestrian, a passenger, and as a driver. Juba Airport, one of the two international airports of the Republic of South Sudan, is located in the northeastern part of the city, which houses business centers.
The Juba Christian Center is one of the city's interesting spots with its wonderful choir. There are so many people who go to preach only for music feast. The Nyakuron Cultural Center offers a unique opportunity to get to know the local people's culture and traditions. Unlike a standard museum, you can see and attend many shows and events live here. Even it does not have a flashy appearance, 252 meters long Juba Bridge, which is the only bridge connecting all two sides of the White Nile River in southern Sudan, deserves to take place in your memory photographs. It is possible to go on a trip with a rental boat in the White Nile. On the other hand, there are also fishing opportunities for enthusiasts. There are also suitable areas for nature walk around the river. In Juba it is possible to find a few launders or clubs with very stylish designs where you can listen to live music in the city, even if the nightlife venues are predominantly outdated. Stew and oat flakes are the main food of traditional Juba culinary culture. The bread is consumed too much in Juba.