15 days

Price do not include airline tickets
Way to Travel:
Guided Group
Culture   Adventure
Group size:
1   –   16

Old temple, pyramids, beautiful desert landscapes and warm welcoming people

Sudan is characterized by its vast and extended area and the land varies from place to place where you feel like you visit several countries and not one country because there are a large number of different tribes and ethnicities in the north and east and west where you can see in the north colored Nubian houses and land and high sandy hills in the desert Nubia and the desert of Bioda and in the east visit the dive resorts and the ancient port of Swakin and high mountain highlands and in the green West everywhere and will cross the Nile several times during visits to the tourist sites by ferry and bridges along the Nile.


  • Travel off the beaten path in the Western and Nubian Deserts
  • Wild camping under the Sahara night sky
  • More Pyramids than Egypt
  • The remnants of the ancient Black Pharaohs civilisation
  • Warm hospitality of Nubians and other Sudanese

Key information

Days tour + extra day
Travel by SUV
Nights & Hotels, Moving Camping, Nubbian House

What's included

  • All meals
  • All accommodations
  • All transport and listed activities
  • photo-guided tour guide for all round days.

What's not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Video permit (needs to be arranged)
Call for general departures:
+249 91 227 9987
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: - For booking and obtaining the cost of the tour and any other information, please contact us via mail: - Info@sudandesrttours.com. Or WhatsApp :- +249123078163

The Best time to visit Sudan

The best time to travel to Sudan Sudan is the largest country in Africa and the cradle of one of the oldest civilizations. It is known as one of the African countries with the richest plants and animals. Sudan is located in the eastern part of Africa and is mainly spread in the Nile Valley. It is expected that temperatures in Sudan are very high throughout the year. There is a period between November and March, when they are a little lower, when the weather is acceptable. It is important to stress that from April to September there are sandstorms in Sudan that can be very unpleasant. Temperatures can range from 30 C to 35 C throughout the year and can easily be accessed, and even exceed 40 degrees on the scale. The tourist season in Sudan starts in November and lasts until the end of March or early April. This is the best time to visit Sudan. What really attracts visitors is the water activities associated with the Red Sea. Visitors It should also be noted that during the holy month of Ramadan many cultural facilities will be closed, as they need to be carefully chosen when they will visit Sudan.


  • Day 1


    Arrival from the airport to the hotel.

  • Day 2

    City Tour

    City tour, visit the National Museum, the Ethnographic Museum, the Caliph's House, the confluence of the White Nile and the Blue Nile, and then return to the hotel.

  • Day 3

    AL - Obeid

    We move early in the morning after breakfast from the hotel and head west to the city of Al-Obeid, about 320 kilometers from Khartoum and overnight in hotel.

  • Day 4


    We move in the early morning to visit the Abu Jahl market, where various handicrafts are sold, and then head to the city of Dilling,in Nuba Mountains about 150 km west of the city of Al-Obeid, and arrive in the afternoon, and then go to a village adjacent to the city to watch the folk dance and folklore of the tribes in that area and then also Local wrestling and then climbing Mount Dilling and watching the sunset from the top of the mountain and then heading to the monastery overnight

  • Day 5


    In the morning, head to Kadugli, visit the city's tourist attractions, and then overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 6


    After breakfast, go from the hotel to visit the villages outside the city, get to know the tribes, visit them in their homes, learn how they live, then go to the place of folk dance and local wrestling in a village in the Nuba Mountains, and then return to the hotel in Kadugli before sunset.

  • Day 7

    Al Rahad

    In the morning we move from the hotel after breakfast and head to visit the resort of Al Rahad south of the city of Al Obeid, about 300 km from the city of Kadugli and visit some villages scattered in the state of North Kordofan and then return to the hotel in the city of Al Obeid, about 50 km from the city of Al Rahad.

  • Day 8


    In the morning, go to visit the Shikan Museum and the old church in the city of Al-Obeid, then head back to Khartoum and arrive before sunset and overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 9


    We Move to east and head to the city of Gedaref through the city of Madani about 380 km from Khartoum and visit the villages scattered along the road and meet people and talk to them and visit them in their homes to learn the customs and traditions of the different tribes and then reach the city of Gedaref and overnight in a hotel.

  • Day 10

    Mount Totil

    Heading to the beautiful city of Kassala, about 250 km from the city of Gedaref, and arriving at noon, then heading to the popular city market to see the folklore and local crafts of the tribes, and then heading to visit Mount Totil until sunset, and then we go to overnight in a hotel.

  • Day 11

    Hadandawa tribes and Bani Amer

    In the morning, go outside the city to visit the villages of the Hadandawa tribes and Bani Amer, visit them in their homes, talk to them to find out how they live and watch the various folk dances, and then head in the evening to the hotel.

  • Day 12

    Rashaida tribes

    In the morning, go to visit the villages of the Rashaida tribes outside the city and visit their villages scattered on the outskirts of the city and inside the desert and spend a fun day with them by organizing a folk dance for these Arab tribes and their origin from the Arabian Peninsula, but they live a closed life far from other tribes where they do not mix Strangers have inherited customs and traditions.

  • Day 13


    Leaving Kassala in the early morning, heading directly to Khartoum, about 500 km, and arriving before sunset.

  • Day 14

    Meroe Pyramids

    In the early morning, head north to visit Naqaa and Musawwarat, about 180 km north of Khartoum, visit the temple of Amun and the Roman kiosk, and visit the northern Bedouin tribes scattered in the desert, where their houses are built of straw and trees, and then visit the old city and the Assad temple in Misurat, and then go directly To visit the pyramids of Meroe and watch the sunset, and then overnight in a camp near the pyramids.

  • Day 15


    In the morning, watching the sunset from inside the pyramids, then heading south and visiting the Sebluka waterfall, about 150 km from the Meroe pyramids, and then taking a tour on the Nile by a small boat. After that, return to Khartoum and arrive before sunset and head to the hotel to prepare for departure. Tour includes :- Travel permit + accommodation + 4x4 Toyota + Cook + all meals + cold water for all days of the tour +Tickets to visit places. Note :- ( Your Option ) With Guide And without Guide

Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: - For booking and obtaining the cost of the tour and any other information, please contact us via
mail: - Info@sudandesrttours.com
WhatsApp :- +249123078163

Essential Info



All nationalities require a visa for Sudan. Passports must be valid for at least 6 months and preferably one year and have two free consecutive pages and no Israeli stamp (visa will be automatically refused if there is evidence of travel to Israel in the passport). Visas can be obtained through the local Sudanese embassy. This requires an invitation letter (we will need your passport details). You need two passport photos and two free passport pages.

If you wish to arrange a visa through the Embassy, ​​you will need a letter of invitation from the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs that we can send to you at the Embassy of Sudan in your country, where you will pay for the visa there (check with the Embassy for this cost), we will ask for a scanned copy Of your passport. If you wish to arrange a visa upon arrival, we will request a scanned copy of your passport US $ 150 The visa you will pay to the immigration officer upon arrival at Khartoum Airport.

Visa regulations can change and it is worth double checking this information with your local Sudanese embassy. Do not try to bring any alcohol in Sudan as they can have severe penalties.

For visa assistance, please send an invitation to +249912279987 .



There are no specific health risks. The risk of malaria is slight but you may wish to consult your GP or travel health clinic for further advice. Malaria is present in all areas of the Sudan, though the chances of becoming infected in the desert are small. 

Zika fever is a mosquito‐borne viral disease and a known risk in places visited on this trip. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available, we therefore strongly recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites. 

Eating and Drinking

All meals: - Breakfast, lunch. the Dinner

Meals include local and international dishes. The most common local dishes are a kind of lentil soup, mutton and roast. Meals are grilled and cooked meals including meat, fish, vegetables, pasta, rice, soups, fruit, tea or coffee. Lunches are picnic and usually include things like tomatoes, rice or salad pasta, cheese, tuna and fresh fruit. Drinks are usually water, tea, coffee, hot hibiscus and also used hibiscus juice as light appetizers before dinner. It is possible to buy soft drinks along the way and even non-alcoholic beer sometimes from markets and shops in major cities.


Northern Sudan enjoys a desert climate with temperatures changing vastly between day and night. Autumn (October/November) and spring (March/April) enjoy temperatures between 30’C and 38’C during the day and between 12’C and 18’C at night. Winter (December – February) is cooler with temperatures between 25’C and 30’C in the daytime and between 5’C and 10’C at night. There is normally no rain or cloud-cover during this period.

Is this trip for you?

This is an expeditionary style trip spending a lot of time travelling off road in the wilderness and camping wild. There are times when the 4WDs can get bogged down in sand and need to be pulled out (we travel in convoy and carry all necessary equipment) and toilets and showers are not readily available (other than on nights 1, 9 and 10) (though there is a water basin available to wash). Drives can be slow and bumpy but the experience of exploring the desert is exhilarating. You will need an open mind and some flexibility as a journey through desert cannot be planned exactly and some small changes to the itinerary may be required whilst on tour. Please see accommodation and transport sections for more information about both the camping and the 4WDs. Sudan is a place where violent crimes are rare and contrary to popular conception, the Sudanese are among the most hospitable and friendliest people in Africa who welcome and enjoy visitors. Their country is one of the world's poorest and our trips generate much-needed income to the region. Hygiene standards are generally basic and insect nuisances, snakes, spiders and scorpions are a limited danger. Also whilst the desert climate is generally dry and our trips operate in the ‘cooler’ months, temperatures can reach the high 30’s or even 40’C. The areas of Sudan visited on this trip are very safe and have been for a number of years. There are still troubles in other parts of the country such as Darfur (which is over 800kms from Khartoum), as well as in neighbouring South Sudan (which is a different country) but we do not travel anywhere near any of these problem areas. More information can be found on https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/sudan.

Call for general departures:
+249 12 307 8136
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.


Wild Camping, Hotel and Permanent Tented Camp

Wild camping is a fantastic experience as we experience the emptiness and silence of the Sahara. It does, however, take a bit of preparation. We camp in 2-person igloo tents (2m x2m) on 5cm thick foam mattresses. There are folding chairs and table for breakfast and dinner, whilst lunches are taken on carpets spread on the ground, Bedouin style. There are no toilets or showers but there are hand-basins available to wash. Whilst our crew will be setting up camp and preparing meals, you will be expected to help erect your tent. We supply all camping equipment apart from a sleeping bag and pillow which you will have to bring with you.
Our first night, in Khartoum, is at the colonial-era Holiday Villa Hotel in Khartoum staying in en-suite rooms (we also have access to day use rooms on the final day before the flight home). On day 9 we spend the night in the Nubian Rest-House, a charming hotel at the foot of the Jebel Barkal with air-conditioned rooms and en suite bathrooms. On day 10 we stay in the Meroe Tented Camp overlooking the pyramids of Meroe, we sleep in permanent tents each with their own private bathroom.

Call for general departures:
+249 12 307 8136
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.