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The Ideal Sudan Travel Itinerary

The Ideal Sudan Travel Itinerary

Wildly off the beaten track, and all the more exciting for it, Sudan is still very much a burgeoning travel destination… but one that has huge potential. Travelling overland from Cape Town to Cairo, I passed through Sudan and spent 2 amazing weeks here in a country that defied all expectation. Because I have to […]

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Travel Sudan : The 33 Things You NEED to Know

By on May 28, 2018 in Africa, Off the Beaten Track, SUDAN with 0 Comments
Travel Sudan : The 33 Things You NEED to Know

No matter which way you look at it, Sudan just isn’t one of those well-travelled destinations. In fact, it’s a critically under-travelled destination, with hardly anything known about it by much of the outside world. While this makes it an incredibly exciting place to adventure, it can also make it a little tricky, because finding […]

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Is Sudan Safe for Solo Female Travellers?

By on May 10, 2018 in Africa, Off the Beaten Track, SUDAN with 4 Comments
Is Sudan Safe for Solo Female Travellers?

I have to be honest, there’s not many people I know who have travelled in Sudan. And being even more honest, there’s NO solo females I know who have travelled in Sudan. (Everyone I know whose been was either a solo male or part of a couple.) But you know what, this sort of unknown […]

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Your Unforgettable Africa Itinerary : Dream Trips from 1 Week to 3 Months

Your Unforgettable Africa Itinerary : Dream Trips from 1 Week to 3 Months

Africa! Doesn’t that name just get you excited for adventure! Well it certainly does me and having just finished my 4th trip to this continent I’m a sold-up massive fan. I know planning a trip here can be somewhat of a mind-bending experience… to say the least! Where to go? What to do? How much […]

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Travelling from Ethiopia to Egypt: Ethiopia to Sudan & Sudan to Egypt by Road

By on May 3, 2018 in Africa, EGYPT, ETHIOPIA, SUDAN with 14 Comments
Travelling from Ethiopia to Egypt: Ethiopia to Sudan & Sudan to Egypt by Road

So you’re in Ethiopia and want to travel north eh?! Have you looked at the internet and already struggled to find any good info? Welcome to the club! Yup, just a few months ago I was in exactly the same boat, desperately searching online for some facts about how I could travel from Ethiopia to […]

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25 Stunning Africa Instagram Spots to Fuel Your Wanderlust!

25 Stunning Africa Instagram Spots to Fuel Your Wanderlust!

It’s a whole thing now isn’t it, travelling for Instagram! Yup the social media that has inspired our wanderlust more than any other, is now causing more and more of us to hunt down those spots that have the WOW factor – a wow that we can *snap* and share! Ha ha ha! But if […]

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34 Top Tips for Budget Travel in Africa

34 Top Tips for Budget Travel in Africa

Given that Africa is a HUGE and diverse continent, writing this post has proved something of a challenge! Relaying tips that are detailed enough to be useful, but general enough to cover a continent, can be a hard balance to strike. But having travelled from Cairo to Cape Town, taking in most of Southern, East […]

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15 Amazing Things to do in Khartoum, Sudan

By on April 2, 2018 in Africa, SUDAN with 13 Comments
15 Amazing Things to do in Khartoum, Sudan

The basically untravelled capital in an untravelled country, I really did not have high hopes when I arrived into Khartoum – my first stop in Sudan. Actually, I felt pretty nervous about this city, what with my lack of Arabic, lack of Lonely Planet and lack of any idea about what to expect! However, I […]

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An Oasis in the Sudanese Desert : Meroe Camp & Nubian Rest House

An Oasis in the Sudanese Desert : Meroe Camp & Nubian Rest House

When most of people think of Sudan they certainly do not picture unique, luxury resorts in the desert. More often than not, it’s fearful and negative images they conjure up instead – concerns about safety, security and cleanliness above all. Sitting under a blanket of stars, safe and warm, deep in the desert as the […]

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