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Full day in Khartoum (Sudan), History,Culture,Souk.

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8 hours
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What You'll Do
  • Eat lunch Lunch at local restaurant
  • Visit Khartoum museum, Khalifa house, El Mahdy Mousleum and Om Durman market.
  • View the confluence of the Nile River.
  • No tourist traps!
Visit Khartoum museum. View the confluence of the Nile. Also visit Khalifa house, from which Sudan's native rulers ruled, next door is the mausoleum of Sudan's most famous national leader (El Mahdy), Lunch and then explore Om Durman market.
What to Expect
This tour is for those how want to have introduction of Sudan history and culture.  

The tour starts at the hotel as early as 8 am.

It starts by taking you to a spot where you can see the confluence of the Nile River, where the Blue and the White Nile come together. Then proceeding to visit Khatroum archeological museum, offers antiques from all Sudan history through a displayed artifacts in the building and in the Garden outdoor

After the museum, you will be taken to On Durman town, on the other side from Khartoum city, once was the capital of Sudan. Visit Khalifa house, used to be the residence of its native rulers after defeating the British colony and celebrating independence. It is not large, but shows some artifacts, helps you to learn about this important period of Sudan history.

Next door is the Mausoleum of Sudan most famous hero (El Mahdy), still being visited by his fans scattered all over Sudan.  

After words, you will have Lunch in a local restaurant.

Then, exploring Om Durman market, the biggest in Sudan and the best place to learn about all Sudan goods and products in one place.

Taking you back to the hotel.



The largest museum in all of Sudan, is the National Museum of Sudan. Founded in 1971, it contains works from different epochs of Sudanese history. Among the exhibits are twoEgyptian temples ofBuhen and Semna which were originally built by Queen Hatshepsut and Pharaoh Tuthmosis IIIrespectively but relocated to Khartoum upon the flooding of Lake Nasser.

Another museum in Khartoum is the Palace Museum, located adjacent to the historical Presidential Palace on Blue Nile Street.

Om Durmanis the largest city in Sudan andKhartoum State, lying on the western banks of the River Nile, opposite the capital, Khartoum. Omdurman has a population of 2,395,159 (2008) and is the national centre of commerce. With Khartoum andKhartoum North or Bahri, it forms the cultural and industrial heart of the nation.


Omdurman has several multicultural tourist targets and facilities that attract local and international visitors. Souq is the Arabic term for a market. Souq Omdurman, Souq Libya and Souq Aljilod are considered the largest merchandise spots common sceneries at Alshohada. Along this busy and noisy environment, there lies two hospitals: Omdurman Hospital and for Sudanese commodities and gadgets.

Another important destination in Omdurman is Almourada. Famous for its fish market along the banks of the Nile, Almourada is one of the old historical neighbourhoods in Omdurman. Fishermen and local merchants post at the shores selling their fresh catch. It is also home of Al-Mourada football club, named after the neighbourhood, a top Sudan Premier League team that has represented Sudan on numerous CAF, and other regional tournaments.

Another shopping area is Alshohada or Hay Alsouq, Omdurman's downtown area. Transportation lines, buses, taxis, canteens, barbershops, fast-food restaurants and music stores are Blue Nile Hospital with several pharmacies at walking distances.

Another important speciality trading area is Abu Rouf. Known for its small-scale crafts including metallic beds, boat-making and extracting wood. Located along the shores of the Nile, swimming is considered an eternal hobby of Abu Rouf residents.

Just outside of Omdurman there is a camel market, where merchants come to buy and sell their desert animals. The white or paler coloured camels are the more desired and therefore highly prized, and many of the camels wear leather kitabs, talismatic pouches containing prayers to protect to the animals on their long walk to the souq.

Omdurman city has its own industrial area, in which many of huge factories are working under the control of Sudanese government, in terms of production control and quality assurance.

What's Included
  • Tour Guide fees
  • Private transport in A/C private car
What's Not Included
  • Entry fees (paid in Sudanese pounds in the site)
  • Drinks during the lunch meal
  • Tipping
  • Any other thing not mentioned in the included section
What to Remember
This is a long day tour, mainly out door. Better to have good shoes, hat, sun glasses and sun screen.
Conservative cloth is highly appreciated in Sudan. For man no shorts and sleeve less shirts. For women Long sleeve and long pants or skirts, and carry a scarf with you.

No tourist traps!

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