Transportation and transportation in Sudan
There are many transportation options in Sudan, you can choose from among them what suits you to discover the various landmarks of the country. Here are the most important types of public transportation in Sudan:
There are many flights connecting the major and major tourist cities in Sudan. It is characterized as convenient and fast, and the most reliable is Badr / Tarco Airlines.
The roads in Sudan are good, so you can easily get around them by bike, especially with the signs in English and little traffic.
Sudan has many buses and minibuses scattered throughout the country. It is best to purchase tickets in advance, before boarding the bus.
Sudan has a wide and excellent road network, so we recommend renting a car or a motorbike to move between cities and some of them, and enjoy the most beautiful and charming landscapes.
The official currency in Sudan
The official currency in Sudan
The Sudanese pound is the official currency used in Sudan, and it is divided into one hundred piasters.
Communications and the Internet in Sudan
Sudan enjoys advanced telecommunications services, as it has a leading group of telecommunications companies, which are always working to keep pace with global development, and to provide modern and innovative services. Here are the most important telecom companies in Sudan:
Zain company in Sudan
Sudatel in Sudan
The distance between the most famous cities in Sudan
To move between tourism cities in Sudan, you will need to know the distances between them. Here are the distances between the most famous major cities in Sudan:
Kassala to Khartoum 412 km 256 miles.
Kassala to Port Sudan 468 km.
From Port Sudan to Al-Hasaysa 681 km.
Port Sudan to El Daein 1.492 km.
Port Sudan to El Fasher 1.428 km.
From Port Sudan to El Obeid 1,032 km.
Port Sudan to destruction 410 km.
Khartoum to the Red Sea is 521 km.
Khartoum to Berber 318 km.
From Khartoum to Atbara 287 km.
Rent a car in Sudan
Renting a car in Sudan is very complicated, as most of the car rental companies in Khartoum are on websites, and you will not rent a car without a driver. But if you manage to rent a car on your own in Sudan, be sure that it is the perfect choice to enjoy discovering the nature of the country and its wonderful tourist attractions. Here are a set of tips and conditions necessary to be able to rent a car in Sudan:
Most of the car rental companies are limited to 100 km per day, and were not allowed to leave Khartoum.
Check if your reservation has free miles or not.
The cost of renting a car in Sudan with most of the rental companies is very expensive. So choose reliable rental companies.
Book a week or so in advance, and ask the company to pick you up at the airport before you sign the papers to confirm your presence in the country.
To pick up the car, you must leave a security deposit, also called a pre-authorization.
The minimum age is 25 years. Drivers between the ages of 21 and 24 may be subject to an additional local fee.
In Sudan, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is not allowed.
Most major car rental agents in Sudan offer one way rentals.
Bring a valid driver’s license, credit card, confirmation number and ID.