Sudan is not the most obvious travel destination. Announcing that your are planning a holiday there will probably provoke astonishment among bystanders as well as references to conflict, terrorism and other safety issues.
Indeed, the country has seen a terrible civil war and violent crimes in the past decades. It still has serious human rights issues, and there are areas in the south and the west that cannot be visited easily.
But contrary to popular perception, Sudan has a low crime rate and has not seen any terrorist attacks on tourists, tourist sites or hotels in the past. Sudan's biggest assets are its friendly people, its amazingly rich history and its breathtaking landscapes.
Our tours take you to the north of the country along the Nile with its dense ribbon of date palms, small irrigation plots and ferries which still manage the traffic where bridges are absent. We traverse vast stretches of desert, and visit bustling towns and beautifully decorated villages.
Every day holds the promise of new adventures; and not just into thousands of years of history: our tours give you the chance to discover Sudan's unique past and its vibrant present.