Departure from overseas and arrival to Khartoum international airport and transfer to hotel "Khartoum Plaza" 3 stars‎

city tour of Khartoum and Omdurman including a visit to the national museum,‎ The ethnographic museum, Khalifa's House (museum), Mehdi Tomp and the old‎ ‎Suq (market) of Omdurman, and visit to the confluence of the two Niles (Blue‎Nile & White Nile) at evening return to the hotel‎"Khartoum plaza"

drive to the ancient cultic centre of Nagaa with the meroitic temple of Amun, ‎the Roman chapel and the lion temple, about 160 km and Proceed to Musawarat ‎as-Sufra 20 km, an extensive temple area with rare elephant depictions. ‎Afterwards continue to the small town of Shendi, 80 km, and onwards 30 km to ‎Meroe. Visit the largest pyramid cemetery of the Nile valley – dozens of black‎pyramids rise from the desert sands. Overnight at Raidan tourist village.

visit the Royal city and then back to Raidan tourist village for overnight.

In the morning opportunity to take a stroll and photograph the pyramids, and then ‎drive to El Damer 100 km, cross the Nile to Umm Tuyur on the west bank. ‎Afterwards the route leads through the Bayouda desert for 400 km, Visit the ‎ancient monastery of Deir Ghazali, then drive to Nuri, 25 km. Visit the cemetery ‎containing the pyramids of the 26th dynasty, among them that of Pharaoh ‎Taharqa. Afterwards, drive to Karima overnight at a Nubian traditional house.‎

Cross the Nile to visit the necropolis of El-Kurru, 18 km. The ‎subterranean tomb of King Tanwetamani is decorated in the classical pharaonic ‎style. Drive to Jebel Barkal, 18 km Ascent to Jebel Barkal and afterwards visit  ‎the great temple of Amun of Napata dating back to the 12th century B.C. The ‎temple was the most important religious centre of Kush, overnight in Karima at Nubian traditional house.

 This day makes an excursion to the Petrified Forest and then back to Karima for overnight at Nubian traditional house.

Drive from Karima then crossing the desert to Kerma about 300 km overnight at Al Deffufa Resort

Drive to Kerma, capital of Upper Nubia during the 3rd and 2nd Millenium B.C. The ‎‎"Diffufa", large mud-brick constructions slightly younger than the Giza pyramids  ‎were probably tombs. Drive to the village of Kerma for provisions, then proceed ‎to Messaida, 18 km, and visit an old Christian chapel. Drive north through ‎colourful Nubian villages to Delgo, 80km, crossing the Nile, and then 70 km drive to ‎Soleb. Overnight in a Nubian traditional house.

Visit the temple of Soleb, a Nubian copy of the temples of the Egyptian New ‎Kingdom, with pillars reminiscent of Luxor temple. Drive to Sdeinga, 50 km and ‎visit to the temple dedicated to Queen Teje, the mother of Akhenaten. Afterwards ‎boat trip to the island of Sai, 40 km, with settlement ruins from old Nubian, ‎Pharaonic and Christian times. Afterwards return to Soleb and drive through the ‎desert along the old Darb el-Arbain, the "Road of Forty" – a camel took 40 days ‎from Khartoum to Cairo on this road. Overnight in the in a Nubian traditional house

Turn back 50 km to Sesebi, a military outpost of pharaoh Akhenaten. Crossing ‎the Nile near Delgo and 30 km drive to the 3rd cataract. Photo stop at the rapids ‎and 50 km drive to Tumbus, passing prehistoric rock inscriptions near Sebu. Visit ‎ hieroglyphic inscriptions and a recumbent statue of King Taharka in the granite ‎quarries. Overnight in Kerma at Al Deffufa Resort.‎ 

Drive from Tumbus to visit Old Dongola once the Christian capital of the Nubian kingdom Makuria and ‎later a major Islamic city. Afterwards drive to the spectacularly beautiful desert ‎valley of Wadi Milk. Often one meets Bisharin bedouin watering their camels at ‎one of the wells, continue to Dongola the city for overnight at Taharqa hotel.

Drive back to Khartoum, after that transfer to the airport for evening departure.

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