Typically two weeks.
From our US office in Houston, Texas, it's about a 10-hour flight to Europe. After about a four-hour layover, it's an eight-hour flight to Entebbe, Uganda. After spending the night, a short-term team would then take a small, private plane into South Sudan.
Usually, no more than 10. Our trips require at least seven people to go. Otherwise, the trip isn't cost-effective.
South Sudan is very hot and humid, and temperatures can exceed 100 degrees farenheit during the day. Most of the time, you'll sleep in tents or mud huts and eat beans and rice for lunch and dinner. You may travel by Land Cruiser without air conditioning for long periods of time on rough roads. Your drinking water will be filtered, and electricity is scarce.
$4,900 per person.