How I Spent One Month in Khartoum With Local Family There is a Slavic saying about hospitality that in English translation goes something like this: three days is plenty for any guest to stay. I think similar idiom in English goes Fish and visitors stink after three days. Obviously this philosophy in Sudan is [...]
SudanTravel Guide - What to see in Sudan, what to do in Sudan and all useful travel tips for first time travellers to Sudan.
Discover Khartoum With a Local guide! Khartoum tour with native local Sudanese guide, visit local family, have local Sudanese food.
Sudanese Arabic for travellers to Sudan. Learn basics of Sudanese Arabic to overcome language barrier in Sudan. Greetings, numbers and all you need! Tamam!
How to spend 24 Hours in Khartoum Sudan - things to do in Khartoum and tips on where to go, what to see in Khartoum and around.
Khartoum City Map for Travellers To find a travel map of Khartum in Khartoum is almost mission impossible. There are no info points for travellers and other tourist information offices. Khartoum is huge city and when I was exploring Khartoum found out it is near to impossible to get a proper Khartoum city map. In one of [...]
20 Instagrammers to Follow With Awesome Photos of Daily Life From Africa We love Instagram! Its the place we spend quite some amount of time everyday and this post is for all you out here who love Africa and are looking for different faces of Africa. Selection was hard, since there are so many accounts [...]
If you are in Khartoum, no matter how much interest you have in archeology, history or ancient artefacts, you should visit Sudan National Museum.
Backpacking and Travel in Sudan – Updated Information for Travellers 2015 Straightforward post about backpacking and travel in Sudan. Have spent one month in Khartoum between October and November 2015. Below are some travel basics and updates. Local Transport in Khartoum Taxi from Khartoum airport to city rate is fixed 100 SDG. Only licensed [...]
Corinthia Hotel Khartoum Review Although backpacking mind by heart, I like to splurge once in while during my travels in Africa. After only a week in hectic, chaotic and dusty Khartoum, I craved for some decent bed, working shower with hot water and a bit of comfort food reminding me of home. I needed [...]