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Sudan Desert Explorer

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Trip Overview

There is a place where the desert stretches out beyond the horizon, where the Blue and White Nile join before meandering over cataracts, where there are more pyramids than in Egypt and where hospitality is simply a way of life. That place is Sudan. We head out in 4WD vehicles, camping wild under the stars. We explore the changing faces of the Sudanese desert, visit Nubian villages and discover temples left behind by the Black Pharaohs.

Essential Info
Starts: Khartoum
Ends: Khartoum
Ages: Min
Theme: Discovery
Trip Code: EAYA
Activity Level:     
Countries visited: Sudan
What's Included


All breakfasts, 11 lunches and 10 dinners includedSudan is a 'dry country' in other words Alcohol is forbidden and you should not try to import any as there can be serious penalties for doing so



12 days land only/ 13 flight inclusiveTravel by 4WD vehicles3 nights hotels and permanent camp and 8 nights wild camping

Trip Highlights

•   Camp near the pyramids belonging to the Royal Necropolis of Meroe

•   Visit the the Archaeological Museum in Khartoum

•   Explore the town of Dongola on the banks of the Nile

•   Visit the beautiful ancient Egyptian Temple of Soleb

Dates & Availability
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Departing: 19th Oct 2020
Returning: 30th Oct 2020
Availability: Good
Departing: 23rd Nov 2020
Returning: 4th Dec 2020
Availability: Good
Itinerary & Notes
Arrive at the hotel any time, those on the group flight will arrive in Khartoum late in the evening. No activities planned today. *Holiday Villa Hotel*
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- Ditch the phone and settle in for evenings spent stargazing at an endless sky – just one of the perks of wild camping in the Nubian Desert.
- See an unforgettable sunrise over hundreds of pyramids at the Royal Necropolis of Meroe, watching as crumbling sandstone is warmed by the light of day.
- Discover surprisingly diverse scenery on an early morning volcano hike, drives through black basalt rock formations and numerous journeys across the River Nile.
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