The wide appeal of this first dedicated guide to Sudan will satisfy the needs of aid workers, ecotravelers, and those with diverse interests in topics such as archaeology, travel photography, hiking, and diving.
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While the crisis in the western region is devastating, the end to civil war in the south has inspired a spirit of optimism in Sudan.
This is a land of delightful contrast, boasting desert caravans, lush river valleys and more pyramids than Egypt itself. It offers the intrepid visitor a fulfilling cultural experience in one of Africa's most hospitable countries.
Paul Clammer shows in this, the first comprehensive guide to Sudan, that beyond troubled Darfur lies an extraordinary country, and a culture of kindness to strangers. Discover the archaeological riches of Kush and Nubia, scuba dive in the Red Sea, or relax on a Nile cruise through colorful Khartoum.
Inside you will find information on:
* Security, visas and border crossings
* Where to stay and eat, and how to get around
* Detailed coverage of culture and history
* Sudan's civil war in context, and information for aid workers
Paul Clammer works for an adventure-travel company leading tours to far-flung countries, and also runs a Web site dedicated to independent travel in Kabul. In 2002, he crossed Sudan overland as part of a trip following the Nile from its source in Ethiopia to the sea.
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