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Tuti island is where i grew up. They recently built a bridge as of 2009. Before that u had to take a ferry or small boats.
This used to be agricultural but everyone is building houses.it is in the middle of Khartoum. It is located...More
Have a stroll among the planted fields of onions amd aubergines on a Friday morning. You will fell in a farmland while seeing the highrise of Khartoum. Talk to friendly local farmers who will want to sell tounland. Look at the majestic Nile as Blue...More
Just across a newly built bridge is this suburb of Khartoum. There are fields, donkeys, cows, dirt roads. It's a quick introduction to life outside of Khartoum while still in Khartoum. Having said that, go up to the top of the Corinthia Hotel and snap...More
It was amazing to find this Island in the middle of Khartoum full of village live and agriculture! reach by the walk on the bridge and catch a tuc-tuc to the countryside. At one tip there is beautiful cliff where you can see the confluence...More
When you cross the bridge to Tutti Island you go back in time. It is very surreal, all of a sudden it feels like 50 years ago and it is incredibly peaceful and quiet. A stroll around the streets with a camera is highly recommended....More
You can reach Tuti Island by a boat or a Ferry from Khartoum , or by using a car crossing the new bridge . Also you can reach the city by boat from Omdurman city at the west side or Khartoum North from the eastern...More
Before we used to go by boat to reach there, now there is a bridge you can reach in just 2 Min from nile street.
there is nice restaurant and a lot of tradition tea shops in the open area towards the nile.
In comparison to Khartoum, Tuti island seems very different. - You might be disappointed by the fact that it is not 'untouched' - yet, if you think how close the island is to the capital city, you will be very happy to walk around the...More