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Travel To Sudan
The Sudan or Sudan also known as North Sudan since South Sudan's independence and officially the Republic of the Sudan, is a country in Northeast Africa.
The onetime epicentre of the ancient Napata Kingdom is a truly otherworldly place to explore. Set out between the ochre-hued rises of the Sudanese desert, just north of the capital, its comprised of over 200 individual pyramid structures, along with a whole serious of fascinating ruins of another type.
Sand-blown Suakin stands tall and firm against the gusts of the Red Sea. An iconic and historic place that still touts its medieval past with pride, it was once one of the major staging points for Muslim pilgrims making the hop across to Arabian Mecca from North Africa.
Khartoum is perhaps best known as the mythical location where the two great strands of the River Nile combine before heading northwards into the ancient lands of Nubia and Egypt. The city straddles the banks of this famous water way, and even pokes out into the famous confluence at the headland known as al-Mogran.
Another great ancient relic left on the meanders of the Nile River from the civilisations of old, Kerma promises to be an experience like no other in the country. At its center rises the soaring and mighty Western Deffufa – one of the largest and oldest adobe worshipping houses on the planet! And once you’re done getting over the sheer awesomeness of that centrepiece, you can move to tour the seemingly endless array of ruins that surround it (one of the largest in all of North African, in fact).
- Dinder National Park
The Dinder National Park is a triangle cut-out of protected land that buts right up to the Ethiopian border in the south-east of the country.Made up of sprawling arid grass plains that glow yellow and come sun-baked under the heat of the equatorial sun, it occupies a unique habitat right where the great highlands of Ethiopia drop down to the northern African flats.
- Sanganeb National Park
The first and only oceanic national park in all of Sudan, the Sanganeb National Park is made up of shallow reef habitats that showcase the sheer biodiversity of the Red Sea in all its glory. The protected area is adjoined directly to the jetties and harbors of Port Sudan, making it a very accessible place to visit.
- Port Sudan
Situated more than 20 hours by rattling train through the dusty deserts of upper Sudan from the capital, the country’s only large port is home to nearly 500,000 people. It crashes down to the sparkling waters of the Red Sea in a medley of creaking cranes and endless depot complexes, all ticking over to the lurch of massive tankers prepping for the Suez Canal and the chatter of down-to-earth dock workers from all over the globe.
The largest city in Sudan is actually now more or less contiguous with the capital at Khartoum. It can be found facing its near brother on the far side of the White Nile, rising up from the banks at the legendary confluence at al-Mogran.
- North Khartoum (Bahri)
Technically a standalone city from its namesake across the bends of the Blue Nice, the area of North Khartoum, also known locally as just Bahri, claims the title of the third-largest city in the country. For visitors, there’s not that much in the way of sights and attractions, mainly on account of Bahri’s clear industrial and mechanical character.
Perched over 1,000 meters above the crashing waters of the Red Sea, the resort town of Arkawit is the perfect escape for travelers finding it hard to handle the soaring equatorial temperatures of the Sudanese coast. With the soothing breezes of the highlands at hand, visitors can take some time to kick back and relax in rustic guesthouses, enjoying the green-hued hills and rocky landscapes that abound around the area.