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Flights to Sudan

Sudan sways your heart away

Boundaries have been redefined, but still Sudan sways your heart away with its deserts, the beauty of Nile and coral fishes. It is a land that you will cherish.

With golden pyramids, dusty but glittering deserts and coral fishes, Sudan is the land where two ‘Niles’ become one. Natural beauty with historic lineage and culture make it a treasurable land, while the boundaries are redefined affects Africa in general. Visit Sudan to know how the world is changing and how Africa’s largest country (till 2011) is moulding itself.

Top Things to do in Sudan

Even though the place has been divided in North and South, there is still so much that you can do in this desert destination. The top pick is Begrawiya, an ancient royal cemetery that has beautiful pyramids. Offering spectacular sites, this landmark brings you closer to a world that existed hundreds of years ago.

National Museum is the next. Providing artefacts from the kingdoms of Kerma, Kush among others, this place ensures that you are always intrigued by the destination’s history.

Places like Kasala, known for its melting granite peaks and Wadi Halfa should be on your itinerary as well. Karima is another dusty village that should be visited if you want to explore heritage. The destination is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Khartoum is a land that defies expectations. Combining flashy, developed areas with excellent museums and vibrant culture, Khartoum manages to intrigue everyone. This is the city where two ‘Niles’ meet.

It is advisable that travellers stick to these major places and avoid traveling to South Sudan. The country is still recuperating from its split and is politically unstable, with threats from terrorism.

Getting There

The major gateway to Sudan is the Khartoum Airport, which handles most of the international traffic. However, there are several international flights that use Port Sudan airport for their operations. Various European, Middle Eastern and African airlines provide direct connectivity from Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Cairo, Amman, Damascus, Dubai, Doha, Istanbul, London, Nairobi, Sharjah, Frankfurt etc. The airport taxis in Sudan are dilapidated and are known for overcharging. So, it is advisable to book a cab with beforehand from Khartoum Taxi Company for getting around the region. Look for the ones that offer metered and well maintained vehicles at affordable rates.

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