South Sudan: A Warn-Torn Nation Transforms To Tourist Destination

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Patrick Symmes, contributing editor,Outside Magazine

South Sudan is the world's newest country, and with stunning wildlife and plentiful oil reserves, it's got the raw materials to thrive as a tourist attraction. The African nation's new independence also shed light on what it lacks: infrastructure, government and stable civil society.

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