Sudan is a country in northeastern Africa. The Sudanese society is a meeting point of African cultural tradition and the Mediterranean world. Sudan is a culturally diverse country and has a history that can be traced back to prehistoric times. It is divided into eastern and western parts by the international river, Nile River. Sudan is bordered by South Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Egypt. Khartoum, the capital and commercial centre of the country, is located at the junction of the Blue Nile and the White Nile rivers.
Points of Interests in Sudan
Sudan has a great wealth of history and offers tourists a fun time rediscovering the prehistoric Neolithic culture such as the large mud brick temple in the ancient city of Kerma. It is one of the archaeological sites of the ancient Nubia. A number of places to visit in Sudan are the Dinder National Park, Sudan Presidential Palace Museum, Pyramids of Meroe, Great Enclosure of Pyramids and Jebel Barkal.
Tourists can find out more about the history and culture of the people at the National Museum of Sudan in Khartoum. Most tourist destinations are usually not crowded.
The airport in Khartoum serves as the link of other countries by air. There are smaller airports in Wadi Halfa, Port Sudan, Juba and other cities that are served by Sudan Airways. You can use the train service from Wadi Halfa to Khartoum and between Port Sudan and Khartoum. Buses are also available.
Places to Stay in Sudan
It is easy and convenient to book any hotel in Sudan through Jumia Travel. There are a number of good hotels in Sudan that are well serviced and available at affordable prices.