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Must See Tourists Places in Khartoum, Sudan!

Khartoum is a very popular tourist destination in Africa. The city can be divided into three different areas; Khartoum is right; North Khartoum, prime industrial area; and Omdurman, who was once the capital of the Mahdist government. This is the place with so many attractions that you have to spend at least a day to get all the great attractions it offers. If you have taken your flights to Khartoum you will find this beautiful city of heaven for adventure lovers.

The Nile Trust: This is one of the most important geographical highlights of Sudan. It was a great experience to see two Niles meet in one place. Both Nile are of different colors, White Nile is muddy and brown, and Blue Nile is green. As monsoon season is the best time to travel to Khartoum with flights to Khartoum during heavy rain the Blue Nile flows so fast that the White Nile recedes and sometimes floods the southern Khartoum. There are many different ways to look at this view such as from a riverboat or from the bridge or from the roof of a hotel in the river neighborhood.

National Museum: Flights to Khartoum take you to the largest museum in Sudan, home to various Sudanese relations from the First Stone Age to the Al Saltan Al-Zarqa period, a statue from the ancient Cush kingdom and frescoes and murals from church ruins in The Christian era of Nubia from the 8th to 15th centuries. It also offers a variety of art works covering Sudan’s history and culture. The E.g. Buhen Temple was built by Queen Hatshepsut, and Semma Temple was built by Pharaoh Tuthmosis III. Every year many tourists travel on cheap trips to Khartoum to discover archaeological remains, almost entirely preserved, that date back almost four thousand years.

Al Mogran Amusement Park: This is the first and largest amusement park in the country owned by the Alshaheed Organization. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations that attracts millions of tourists worldwide each year. They make trips to Khartoum from the UK and other destinations to travel to this park. It was originally called the “Khartoum Family Park, and was established in 1977. The wilds of Sudan are severely threatened by poaching and hunting including white rhinoceros, the majestic slender-horned gazelle, the tora hartebeest, and the turkey pawksbill , and this park has preserved plant life and animal life since the last several decades.