Sudan - Travel and Tourism
Due to ongoing conflict, tourists are advised not to travel to certain parts of the country. Check your locally embassy for updates.
The Red Sea’s shoreline is a major attraction in Sudan. It is particularly appealing to those interested in diving.
Eid Al-Fitr occurs right after Ramadan; that is probably the best time to go to Sudan to enjoy music and cultural events.
A valid passport and a visa are necessary when you’re arriving in Sudan. Tourists usually opt for a one-month visa.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
Owing to Sudan’s recent civil war and other issues the country is having, traveling to Sudan can be dangerous.
We recommend sticking to Khartoum and Omdurman during your visit. They are the safest and consequently the biggest tourist destinations in the country.
There are antiquities museums in Khartoum and Merowe, which is also the site of excavations of buildings from the kingdom of Kush.