South Sudan Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations details

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Customs

Import regulations:

There are no duty free import allowances.

Arms and Ammunition regulations:

It is prohibited to import arms and/or ammunition.

Wild Fauna and Flora:

No restrictions or procedures are applicable to import endangered species, live animals and their products. As Juba International Airport [JUB) has no facilities to store these products, airlines should contact the airport authorities prior to shipment.

Crew members customs regulations:

There are no duty free import allowances.

Pets:

Required:
- Import license issued by the South Sudan Wild Life Services;
- Veterinarian health certificate, issued in country of origin;
- vaccination against rabies for dogs.

Baggage Clearance regulations:

Baggage is cleared:
- at the first port of entry in South Sudan; or
- at the final destination in South Sudan if connection is on the same flight.


Currency

Currency Import regulations:

Local currency (South Sudan Pound-SSP): up to a maximum of SSP 40,000.-. Must be declared on arrival and approved by the South Sudanese Ministry of Finance and/or other regulatory authorities.
Foreign currencies: up to a maximum of USD 10,000.- or equivalent. Must be declared on arrival.

Currency Export regulations:

Local currency (South Sudan Pound-SSP): up to the imported amounts which are approved. Must be declared on departure.
Foreign currencies: up to the imported amounts. Must be declared on departure.


Airport Tax

No airport tax is levied on passengers upon embarkation at the airport.

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