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Backpacking Sudan is definitely one my favorite travel experiences. It’s still relatively undiscovered by tourists, but it has some amazing sights to offer. You can visit pyramids and ancient temples or stroll through vibrant markets and drink a chai at one of the street chai stalls. I solo backpacked throughout the country for about 2-3 weeks, traveling from the Egyptian border to the Ethiopian border. Based on my Sudan travel experience, I wrote a few Sudan blogs including an extensive travel guide, an overview of costs, things to in Khartoum, solo female travel in Sudan, a backpacking Sudan itinerary and how to get your visa.

Hopefully, you will find all information you need to plan your next backpacking trip. Please don’t hesitate to contact me, if you have any questions regarding backpacking in Sudan!

Travel to Sudan with this two-week backpacking itinerary

Tour operator 'Lupine Travel' was the first in the United Kingdom to offer tours to Sudan as recently as 2017. It was even a news...

Ultimate Sudan travel guide: itinerary, budget and travel tips for backpackers

In Sudan, seemingly forgotten pyramids still stand in endless desert sands. The markets of Kassala and Omdurman are a fascinating melting pot of cultures...

Update on how to get your Sudan visa in Aswan, Egypt:...

Read here all about how to get your Sudan visa in Aswan based on my experience as a Dutch passport holder in December 2017. This...
How to get an Ethiopian visa in Khartoum. Copyright Bunch of Backpackers.

Update on how to get your Ethiopian visa in Khartoum, Sudan:...

Getting a visa can be a pain, but good news: getting your Ethiopian visa in Khartoum is easy! I got my visa in January...

How my new year started with a tear gas attack in...

All of a sudden there was chaos. I found myself running over Khartoum's famous Africa road with a hint of panic. 'Where were the...

Money Matters: How much does it cost to backpack in Sudan?...

Did you know Sudan has more pyramids than Egypt? No? I didn't know either. However, during my latest trip I discovered Sudan has many incredible...