Getting Around Sudan

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  • Busses

    by Tobias_Plieninger Updated Mar 11, 2007

    The bus is the cheapest way for traveling.

    Some overland busses are comfotable.

    But don't expect to much.

    Most are packed and very hot.

    Journeys take long time ..

    Busses
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  • Rigshas

    by Tobias_Plieninger Updated Mar 11, 2007

    The moped rigshas are good way for traveling around in the rural towns
    and in Omdurman.

    You should expect to pay about 500 Dinar.

    Rigshas
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  • Taxi

    by Tobias_Plieninger Updated Mar 11, 2007

    The taxis are old.

    Most of them do their job well.

    It is advisable to negatiate the price in advance.

    Taxi
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    Departure Tax

    by frockland Updated Mar 23, 2005

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    Leaving the country by the Khartoum International Airport means you have to pay 20 US $ departure tax. First pay the fee and then queue up to check in!

    Khartoum International Airport

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    Taxis

    by frockland Written Mar 22, 2005

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    Taxis can be found in larger cities and generally they are inexpensive. Negotiate the price before leaving!

    Taxi in Gedaref
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    Donkey

    by grets Written Nov 23, 2004

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    Many local people use the donkey cart as a means to transport themselves and / or goods from one place to another. We especially saw this a lot on the outskirts of Khartoum.

    Donkey cart
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Sudan Hotels

See all 20 Hotels in Sudan
  • Al Salam Rotana Hotel

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

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Baasher Hotel

    Port Sudan, 79800, Sudan

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

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    I stayed in this hotel for one month on May 2013. I have honestly found it to be the best hotel in...

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