Sudan - a fulfilled dream

Sudan - a fulfilled dream

Our first group from Sudan has come back, inspired and full of memorable impressions. Once upon arrival in Khartoum, they witnessed the magical Friday dervish dances. Under the burning sun, the happy travellers crossed the desert to see the great temples and pyramids from 4th century BC to 4th century AD. Sailing along Nile, they visited several small villages and were guests in traditional Nubian houses. Here the group was enchanted by the warmth and hospitality of the locals and agreed that these were some of the kindest people they have ever met!

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Sudan - Africa's Hidden Treasure

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