Cheap flights from Sudan

p>Sudan, officially the Republic of Sudan, is the third largest country in Africa and sixteenth largest in the world. It is a landlocked country bordered by Egypt, Red Sea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, South Sudan, the Central African Republic, Chad, and Libya. The country is divided into 17 states. The blue and white Nile Rivers meet in Khartoum, the country's capital, to form the River Nile flowing up north going to Egypt toward the Mediterranean Sea. The nation has been suffering many civil wars and ethnic strife for much of the country's history.

Where to go

Like many other African countries, Sudan offers a lot of places of interests and attractions. However, travel to and around Sudan is highly discouraged given the country's current troubled situation. Much of the vast nation is still off limits to foreign tourists even its capital city of Khartoum. The local people of Sudan however are very hospitable and friendly to all few travellers who manage to get in and around the country. In Khartoum, some of the most interesting places to see are the Nile Street, Sudan Presidential Palace Museum, Souq Arabi, Sudan National Museum, and Sudan Ethnographic Museum.

Dubai, the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, is less than five hours' flight away from Sudan's Khartoum International Airport to the extremely busy Dubai International Airport. Sudan Airways, flydubai, and Emirates have regular flights from Sudan to Dubai. A major business hub and global city in the Middle East and South Asia, Dubai is a must-visit both for pleasure and business, travelling and working as it was rated one of the best places to live. Dubai is the place for shopping, partying, sunbathing, sporting events, fine dining, and enjoying a luxury hotel experience. The Burj Khalifa dominates Dubai's skyline and is currently the world's tallest structure standing at 828 metres with 160 floors. It is the icon of the city's progressiveness and modernity offering an observation deck at the top and houses the Dubai Mall at the ground floor. Nearby is the famous Dubai Fountain, as well as Burj al-Arab hotel, Dubai Marina, and the Palm Islands – three large artificial islands that are also biggest in the world located off the coast of Dubai lined up with upscale beachfront commercial and residential properties. Aside from shopping and enjoying beach and waterfront activities, visiting parks and attractions is a popular activity in the city such as seeing the the Al Safa Park, the Camel Race Track, the Dubai Zoo, and the Dubai Miracle Garden.

Arrive in Delhi, the capital territory of India, in about nine hours from Khartoum International Airport to Indira Gandhi International Airport situated to the southwest of the city. Delhi is the second most populous city in India and has estimated population of 25 million residents and is the country's seat of government. There are many cultural places to visit in the city. A top tourist site is the Red Fort, a vibrant red sandstone fort built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, the same emperor who built the Taj Mahal, as in ruling palace. The Humayun's Tomb and the Qutub complex are also not to be missed. There are plenty of museums to visit such as Gandhi Smriti, a site of Mahatma Gandhi's martyrdom, the National Museum, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, the Tibet House, and the Nehru Memorial Museum. Monuments are plenty starting with the India Gate built for Indian soldiers of the WWI, the Rajpath, and the Rajgath among several others. To make sure all worthy attractions are kept in memory, join the Delhi Photo tour which covers the sights, culture, and people of the city which travelers do not want to miss.

How to get out

Khartoum International Airport serves more than 20 airlines heading to more than 30 international destinations. Major airlines that have regular flights from Sudan are Sudan Airways, Air Arabia, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Gulf Air, Emirates, flydubai, and Etihad Airways.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.