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Sound and Light Show at Philae Temple in Aswan
"At 18:00 Pm Pickup from your hotel or Nile Cruise in Aswan to Spend the evening while enjoying the Sound and Light Show at Philae Temple that takes you on a narrated journey to discover the legends of Goddess Isis & God Osiris.There is a marvels story for this temple since early century the site of Philae was flooded for six months each year.An incredible restoration program was undertaken in the 1960s and the Temple was moved stone by stone to the current location. Enjoy the spectacular lights of the multimedia presentations which vividly reveals the form and majesty of this ancient site and walk through the magnificent temple as its history is narrat"""Sound and light show in Aswan at Philae Temple. This is a private tour that includes all pickup and drop off transfers
From $44.00
 
Aswan Sound and Light Show at Philae Temple
"After the sunset your representative will pick you up from your Nile Cruise / hotel in Aswan for a fantastic 1 hour show at Philae temple. The visit begins with a romantic motor boat ride to reach Philae Temple Island upon arrival have your camera ready for the spectacular sound and light show. Walk through the temples of Philae while listening to a detailed story of the legend of goddess Isis and god Osiris. Watch in awe as a rainbow of lights and laser projections illuminates th bringing it to stunning life.Walk through the temple of Philae atmospherically lit courts halls and colonnades as the commentary summons up the ghosts of pharaohs past and recounts the temple’s history through the ages. Discover the symbolic meanings behind the wall reliefs and admire the lights of the floodlit edifice reflected in the lappin
From $40.00
 
Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum Day Tour from Aswan
"At 8:00 am you will be picked up from your hotel in Aswan to enjoy a trip to the Temple of Kalabsha which has been dismantled and re-erected on a hill near the High-Dam site (Western Bank). This temple was originally built by Toutmosis II and Amenophis I 40 miles south of Aswan and was restored during the Roman conquest. At the end of the tour you will go to the long- awaited Nubian Museum which was opened in 1997. This museum displays thousands of antiquities that would have been lost under the waters of Lake Nasser. This meaning gold in reference to the area's famous gold mines Moreover; you will enjoy scenes of Nubian life demonstrated with a range of life-size displays. You will then be taken back to your hotel in Aswan."""Day tour to Kalabsha temple and Nubian Museum. Learn how the Temple was dismantled and re-erected on a hill near the High-Dam site (Western Bank).
From $75.00

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Safety & moving around

That is really not true in regard to unsafe especially in moving around. But credit cards are completely not accepted even in major hotels. Moving around though is very safe especially in Khartoum and...
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Sudan: an improbable place to have a fun vacation

I went to Sudan in late Feb/early March 2009. Waleed Arafat, a tour guide and fixer in Khartoum, got me my visa. It wasn't easy and it wasn't cheap -- about $150. His email is waleed.travel@gmail.com,...
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Cash is king

As as in most of Africa..they don't take American Express here. Western ATMs do not work here. I took cash but the dollar sucks right now and wish I had Euros. There is an exchange in the airport that...
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Sudan The City Trail guide to Khartoum and...

the rest of Sudan by City Trail publishing (www.thecitytrail.com). Hey LP books are great and I have more than a few of them on my bookshelf but for Sudan this one is the best IMO!Why you ask? It is...
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Permits etc...

If you want to do much in Sudan you need a permit...a permit to travel outside of Khartoum and one to take pictures.With all the negative attention from the media in the west the Gov't had said no...
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Maps

There are not a lot of maps of Sudan available. You might find some general maps on the Net.On www.openstreetmap.org/ you'll find a quite good map of Khartoum.In the Citytrail guide (see my tip...
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Guide Book

It was quite difficult to find information about traveling in Sudan. Virtualtourist.com is the best site I found. But I like also to have a guidebook. This is handy when you travel.After a lot of...
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GPS in Sudan

I brought my GPS receiver with me wanting to add content to the OpenStreetMap of Khartoum and to draw one for El Obeid. But I soon realized that the GPS isn’t very precise. Taking the coordinates of...
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Money

No credit cards are accepted in Sudan. There are now a lot of ATMs around Khartoum, but they seem to work only with the banks own cards.So you’ll have to carry cash with you. You can exchange US$ and...
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Paperwork: registration and permits

Expect to spend 2-3 days on paperwork in Khartoum before you can go on to other destinations. The offices are open roughly from 9am to 2 pm, except fridays and saturdays.- RegistrationForeigners must...
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Sudan is a great place to visit

I'm an American who recently spent two weeks traveling in Sudan. Khartoum and points north are perfectly safe, and you don't need a travel permit to go there. You do need permits to visit the...
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Friendly and hospitable people

The best thing about the Sudan is the people themselves. They are a gentle, friendly and, generous and hospitable nation. Life in the Sudan is very hard with shortages,a harsh climate, and being...
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get travelling early

it seems obvious in a hot country to start travelling early in the morning before the roads get busy and the temperature rises.When I was teaching at the university, I sometimes had lectures at 7 a.m....
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Music and dancing

Music and singing are not usually associated with Islam, apart from the medih [religious chanting] which is not accompanied by instruments.However, music plays a large part in social celebrations like...
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