SUDAN: Traverse the Bayuda Desert

Travelling by foot and camel in the desert, you will have the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the ancient Meroitic civilizations and experience life as a desert nomad would have. Camel transport is still very much a way of life in this region and tourists are virtually unknown. The aim of this journey is to cross the Bayuda Desert, which is 280 km, on foot and by camel. Some other highlights include visiting the Meroe pyramids along the banks of the Nile, interacting with nomadic tribes-people, and camping under the stars of the desert night sky. You must be at least 21 years old to participate on this trip and must meet certain fitness requirements.

 

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