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About Travel Sudan Tours
Travel Sudan provides private tours and special adventures around Sudan, and encourage travelers to make Sudan the next travel destination, as well as to be their experience in Sudan is never forgotten. Email: info@tours.sd / itravelsudan@gmail.com
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Mikhail K wrote a review Jun 2021
St. Petersburg, Russia197 contributions30 helpful votes
I have tour with Travel Sudan Tour and very satisfied! They helped with visa issue and organise very interesting program . Thanks you !
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Thomas E wrote a review May 2021
Dubai, United Arab Emirates15 contributions1 helpful vote
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I joined Osman for a 10 day tour which was an incredible experience. We were very well looked after with accommodation, meals and daily itineraries and he gave the freedom to explore and as well as provide local knowledge and expertise throughout the day. I would highly recommend this this company and I hope that those booking an experience or tour with Osman enjoys it as much as I did.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Nihad Yousif wrote a review May 2021
Milan, Italy23 contributions1 helpful vote
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Destination: Ar Kaweit Location: Red Sea State Distance: An average of 9 hours from Khartoum Duration of Trip: 3 days Length of Stay: 1.5 days Wanting to take a quick break following a few months of hard work; and most importantly, wanting to escape the "HEAT" in Khartoum, I have contacted Osman to suggest a suitable place that I could visit and enjoy outside Khartoum, and he did not disappoint. Ar Kawit was the best destination to go to in order to enjoy nice weather, nature, and serenity. Not to mention that Osman was the best tour guide, companion, photographer, assistant, etc. He was fully prepared and did not miss a single detail; he brought everything we could have needed (except for the coffee haha!). I should add that he is a very nice, honest, straightforward, respectful, patient, considerate, and helpful person; in short, the best person you can travel with. He provided me with all the details of Ar Kawit prior to our travel and upon arrival to ensure that I am as comfortable as possible; he also told me of my accommodation options, attractions to visit, and activities that could be done over there. Talking of Ar Kawit (now my favorite travel destination in Sudan), there is too much to see over there so the right company makes the most of the visit. The popular attractions are: 1. The dam 2. The mountain (the view from the top of the mountain was magical) 3. The shrine of Osman Digna (not to be confused with our Osman haha!) 4. The hospitality/presidency palace where Jaafar Nimeiri, a former president of Sudan, used to spend his summer (as they say). Not sure if I missed another attraction, however, these were the places I could visit provided the limited time I had there. I also enjoyed having my coffee and very nice conversations with Osman at a tiny local coffee shop called Atanina (if I am not mistaken), and I enjoyed dinner (especially Fool or beans for non-Arabic speakers) at the "Ar Kaweit Resort". The Resort also offers accommodation services and the place is well maintained and clean; I, however, decided to stay at the "Youth House" just across the street because I was not planning on spending much on this trip. Better come prepared for this one (mosquito net/repellent, food, drinks, blanket, towel, slippers, batteries/power banks, flashlights/lamps in case, soap, and basically anything else you could need). This is all I could remember, I hope I didn't miss out on any other detail. Long story short, I had a wonderful time and I would definitely visit again and spend more time there. Enjoy the photos (all of which were taken by Osman).
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Date of experience: May 2021
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DavidPM2014 wrote a review Apr 2021
Dubai, United Arab Emirates60 contributions47 helpful votes
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My week in Sudan was an incredible experience, jam packed with amazing sights and the opportunity to get a real feel of Sudanese culture and hospitality. This was all possible because of Osman. Osman is passionate, caring, professional and meticulous in what he does. The service he provided was outstanding. From organising visas, permits and PCR tests, to sharing knowledge on local sights Osman had it all covered. After a few days it was very clear to me that Osman is constantly striving to provide the best service and experience. The highlights of the week for me were sunset at Karima, taking a small boat down the Nile, Nuri and Meroe Pyramids and perhaps my favourite of all, the Dervish ceremony in Omdurman. The week was jam packed, but with flexibility to spend as long or as little at each sight as we liked. Accommodation is basic but Sudan hasn't quite got the tourist infrastructure that you might expect from it's neighbouring countries. The food was delicious and plentiful. I don't usually do tours when traveling but I would consider taking tours in other destinations after enjoying this one so much.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Shams Hassan wrote a review Apr 2021
Sudan5 contributions1 helpful vote
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My trip with Osman consistened of two parts, first we went to the Annual Flowers Festival, where we got to walk in between beautiful flowers and greenery, I enjoyed the air and discovering of new species with Osman. It was delightful, comfortable and perfectly timed, not too short & not too long. The second part was just magical, Osman took me to Totti island, one of the most historical areas in Khartoum, I enjoyed the drive between the local houses and the trees. Osman took me to the Mogran, the exact point where the White Nile and the Blue Nile meet. It was a magnificent experience ! The view was astonishing, the Nile was calming, we sat and watched the sunset from the unique Mogran. Overall it was an overwhelming experience, I enjoyed every moment of it, I ended up running in the Fields of Totti out of excitement 😬.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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