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Location: Kapoeta, SS
Season: January 5, 2018 to January 14, 2018
Application Deadline: January 4, 2018
University of Juba, South Sudan
An archaeologica survey of the cross roads at Kapoeta in anticipation of road and town expansion. The project will stay at the mango camp rondavals in Kapoeta, where all meals will be taken. After the survey the team will proceed into Boma National Park to a tented camp. To Pibor. To Bor and then back to Juba.
Period(s) of Occupation: Cattle Cultures came into the area about 3000 BC, followed by a Nilolithic expansion about 1300 BC with humpless cattle and iron manufacture. Many of the people in the area still live as they did 100 years ago, which may confuse the archaeological record somewhat.
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 10 days
Minimum Age: 18
Experience Required: none
Room and Board Arrangements:
At Kapoeta the expedition will stay at mango camp in rondavals and use a restaurant on site. In Boma Park, and Pibor a tented camp will be set up with full field kitchen.In Bor the expedition will stay at a hotel. Price includes park fees, meals, all camps, camera permit, ministry of tourism fee, transport, forest rangers, etc Cost: $3240 usd
2 credits offered by University of Juba. Tuition is $400.
Bahr El Jebel Safaris
Oasis Camp Hotel compound
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