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Major cities and airports in Sudan

  1. Khartoum – Khartoum International Airport (KRT)
  2. Port Sudan – Port Sudan New International Airport (PZU)
  3. El Obeid – El Obeid Airport (EBD)
  4. El Fasher – El Fasher Airport (ELF)
  5. Nyala – Nyala Airport (UYL)
  6. Wadi Halfa – Wadi Halfa Airport (WHF)
  7. Merowe – Merowe Airport (MWE)
  8. Kassala – Kassala Airport (KSL)

Time and Communication

Sudan operates on Central Africa Time (CAT, UTC+2) and does not observe daylight saving time. The country has a relatively extensive cell phone coverage, with major telecom operators such as Zain, MTN, and Sudani providing services. However, call quality and coverage may vary in remote areas.

Money and shopping

The official currency of Sudan is the Sudanese Pound (SDG). The exchange rate against the US dollar fluctuates. While payment in foreign currencies is generally not accepted, major international credit and debit cards are accepted in larger cities and tourist areas. Currency exchange offices typically operate during regular business hours.


Public transportation in Sudan includes buses, minibuses, and taxis. While public transportation is affordable, it may not be the most comfortable or efficient option. In larger cities, private taxis and app-based ride services are also available for more comfortable travel.

Touristic attractions

  • Meroë Pyramids – Ancient Nubian pyramids located northeast of Khartoum, showcasing Sudan’s rich historical heritage.
  • National Museum of Sudan – A museum in Khartoum housing important archaeological artifacts from the ancient Nubian civilization.
  • Al-Begrawiya – A UNESCO World Heritage site featuring well-preserved ancient temples and pyramids from the Kingdom of Kush.
  • Port Sudan – A bustling port city on the Red Sea coast, offering opportunities for scuba diving, snorkeling, and exploring coral reefs.
  • Dinder National Park – A wildlife reserve located southeast of Khartoum, home to various species of animals and birds, providing a glimpse of Sudan’s diverse ecosystem.
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