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Cheap flights to Sudan

Reasons To Visit Sudan

Sudan is one of the largest countries in Africa home to some of the continent’s most significant landmarks such as the Meroe Pyramids. A large majority of the country is covered by desert, although in its cities such as Khartoum you can expect a lively atmosphere and many exciting things to do. If you do plan on visiting Khartoum, you will want to see some of the stunning sights in the city like the Sudan Presidential Palace, or head down to the beautiful Nile Street where many charming colonial buildings line the street. If you are interested in exploring the rich heritage of Sudan, be sure to visit some of the excellent museums in Khartoum like the Sudan National Museum or the Sudan Ethnographic Museum. Also head down to the Souq Omdurman which is one of Africa’s largest markets home to various curiosities and unique trinkets.

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Arriving In Sudan

Khartoum International Airport is the main airport serving Sudan situated just over 10 km away from the center of Khartoum. If you are looking to travel from the UAE to Sudan, you will be able to make the journey out of Dubai, Abu Dhabi or Sharjah. If you are based in Dubai, you will be able to travel with Badr Airlines, Emirates and flydubai, while those coming from Abu Dhabi will be able to make the journey with Etihad Airways and Sudan Airways. In addition to this, if you are looking to fly out of Sharjah you will be able to catch flights with Air Arabia.

Khartoum International Airport is home to a decent range of facilities and amenities to meet the needs of travelers. As well as being home to a few dining and drinking establishments, you can also find a few essential shops around as well as duty-free shopping. Getting from the airport into the city is easiest by taxi and the distance is relatively short, although if you are on a tight budget there are local buses available near the terminal.

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Sudan Travel Information

As a UAE national traveling to Sudan, you will be able to obtain a visa upon arrival which means you don’t have to worry about applying for one before. In Sudan the weather is extremely hot on a similar level to the UAE, with the hottest time of year falling between April and June. Remember that Sudan is two hours behind the UAE, so don’t forget to roll back your clocks when you have landed.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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