- Hike in Taka Mountains
- Get lost in boisterous Khartoum
- Go diving in Port Sudan
- Explore Camel Markets
- See Nuba wrestling
- Ride a boat to Tuti Island
- Shop for Golden jewelry on Gold Souq
- Sufi Dancers in Omdurman at Hamed al-Nil Tomb
- Visit Kassala – the coffee capital in Sudan
- Dive in Red Sea coral reefs in Sanganeb Marine National Park and Dungonab Bay
Good to Pack for Sudan
There are some essentials that are always useful to have in your bag when travelling in Sudan:
- head lamp will save you every time there will be electricity cut, and believe us, it will be!
- solar charger for gadgets and cameras is perfect saviour when hiking in remote areas and of course, again every time there is power cut.
- Deet mosquito repellant (Malaria is existent in Sudan)
- hand sanitizers or disinfection spray
- Sun cream with high protection factor
- UV protective cap
- all copies of your travel documents, including travel insurance policy, passport, visa copies..
- lightweight clothes preferably made from natural, airy fabrics
- long sleeved cardigan for the evenings – nights and evenings can be chilly, its desert weather
- women – pack a headscarf to cover your head
- pack ALL cash you need for travelling in Sudan, ATMs are not working in Sudan!
Eat Like A Local – Must Try Foods and Drinks
While there is no alcohol in Sudan due to country laws, there is a culture of drinking tea and coffee. Must try black coffee with ginger and cardamom if you are a coffee lover! Try also Tamia balls, a Sudanese version of falafel, Kissra, Aseeda, goat meat and goat cheese,…