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Why Visit Sudan?

Sudan, situated in northeastern Africa, is the third-largest country on the continent, covering approximately 1.9 million square kilometers. Its diverse landscapes range from the arid Sahara Desert in the north to the fertile Nile River valley and the lush savannahs in the south.

Khartoum, the capital, is a bustling city at the confluence of the Blue and White Nile Rivers, serving as the nation’s political and economic center. Sudan is characterized by its cultural diversity, with Arab, African, and Nubian influences shaping its society and traditions. Despite its rich natural resources, including oil, the country faces significant economic challenges.