Welcome to Sudan

Wake at the break of day under the golden pyramids of godlike kings of old, traverse a searing desert to the place where two Niles become one, and watch a million blood-red fish swarm through gardens of coral. Whichever way you look at it, there's just no denying that among Sudan's sweeping hills of sand lie treasures the rest of the world are only just beginning to discover. For the few travellers who venture here,... Read More

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Sudan activities

$66.29 Private & Custom Tours

Small-Group Camel Market Day Tour from Cairo

 Your guide will pick you up at 8am and take you to the camel market in Birqash, just a 45 minute (60km) drive away from Cairo. It is the biggest market for camel meat in all of Africa.You will have unforgettable experience while seeing merchants buying and selling camels in auctions inside the market, you will see the traders negotiating and making deals.Most camels are from Sudan and Somalia and have arrived in Egypt through Abu Simbel in the south. Those that aren't sold there are taken to Birqash, a small village. The camel market is not for the faint of heart – these animals are not treated like beloved pets.After visiting the market, transfer back to Cairo.

$53 Private & Custom Tours

Discover Alexandria: Day Tour from Cairo to Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa Pompeys Pillar National Museum and Montaza Gardens with Lunch

Your tour start around 07:00 am (depends on the pick-up location) from Cairo, when you meet a professional English speaking representative who will escort you to your vehicle and introduce your Egyptologist to you. Then you will start your journey to Alexandria in your private air-conditioned vehicle with your private Egyptologist.Once you arrive to Alexandria you will start with Pompey's Pillar, which is a Roman triumphal column in Alexandria, Egypt, and the largest of its type constructed outside the imperial capitals of Rome and Constantinople. Then you will continue to the catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa which are considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages. After you visit the catacombs you will see the Quit Bay castle from outside and head to a local restaurant for lunch.After you finish your lunch you will continue to the Alexandria National Museum. The museum includes works from the Hellenistic period, including pieces from Heraklion and Canopus. Objects include canopic jars, Mashrabiya, and pieces from the rule of Nectanebo II. Your last stop will be in Montaza gardens; The extensive Montaza Palace gardens first had the Salamlek Palace, built in 1892 by Khedive Abbas II, the last Muhammad Ali Dynasty ruler to hold the Khedive title over the Khedivate of Egypt and Sudan. It was used as a hunting lodge and residence for his companion. The larger Al-Haramlik Palace and royal gardens were added to the Montaza Palace grounds, being built by King Fuad I in 1932, as a summer palace. It is in a mixture of Turkish and Florentine styles, with has two towers, one rising distinctively high above with elaborated Italian Renaissance design details. The palace has long open arcades facing the sea along each floor.By the sunset your tour ends and you will head back to Cairo to dream of the lovely day you enjoyed the old city of Alexander the great.