Al Salam Rotana Hotel

Africa Road, P.O. Box 12290, Khartoum, Sudan
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by sharuna150

I have been appointed as a academic manager in a training organisation fopr a year - is it safe to work there?

Re: Khartoum

by Dasha77

it is very safe plac .. but expensive country .. i am a sudanese amarican single mother working AS HR and Admin Manager if you feel you need more assistant or information please let me know :)

congratulation for the offer

Travel Tips for Khartoum

General Tip for Sudan visitor

by artudan

Morgran place where Bule nile meet white nile. A nice place full of restuarts and night clubs. Good to meet peopl or to have peace of mind. for video, pitures and info vist Met nice women, went tof restuarts and night clubs and had lot fun!


by BorneoGrrl

In Sudan, Arabic is the official language, with over 500 tribal dialects and English is now the second official language. However, if you can, learn a few Arabic words because it will help you communicate with the majority of the locals. The Sudanese locals are more than happy to teach you too

best country in the world

by Osman_88

khartoum is a very nice city. i liked it very much. its a very modern city with all the things u need. the only thing that disapoints me about khartoum is that most of the streets where people live ar all most all sand but otherwise its very nice. people in khartoum are very nice. they will offer u food money and alot of stuff at the streets. it has good service in hotel and there are alot of parties that go on every day. the city of khartoum is divided in 3 cities omdurman, khartoum, and bahri. the most thing i will miss about khartoum is the people of sudan and the wounderful veiw of the nile from my hotel room.

Money in Sudan

by BorneoGrrl

The national currency in Sudan is the Sudanese Dinar (SD). It comes in denominations of 5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 200 & 100. The previous denomination was the Sudanese Pound and you'll still find merchants quoting their prices in them. Don't panic, to convert Pounds to Dinar, you'll only have to minus one "0" e.g 1000 pounds = 100 dinars

The 5000 & 2000 notes are still new so be aware when you change a few hundred US dollars into Sudanese Dinars, try to get the bigger notes otherwise you will carry a lot of cash (picture)

Update : As of Jan 2007, Sudan has adopted a new currency, the Sudanese Guinea. To convert the Sudanese Dinar to the new Sudanese Guinea, you have to minus two "0" e.g 100 SDD = 1 Sudanese Guinea (SDG)

At present, the exchange rate is roughly US$1 = 2 SDG


by don-mehran

Consider that you are in an Islamic country when you are in Khartoum.

You will notice that Fridays are the most important day of the week for Sudanees.

They dress in nice and clean Jilaba for the friday prayer and they spend the afternoon with the family and freinds.


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Address: Africa Road, P.O. Box 12290, Khartoum, Sudan