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The largest country in Africa, Sudan achieved independence from the UK in 1956. After the independence the country witnessed two prolonged civil wars which were result of political and social domination of mostly the Animist and Christian south by the Muslim North. Decades of fighting cost large scale loss of human life, according to some estimates 1.5 million people.

A comprehensive peace deal signed in January 2005, granted the southern rebels a high degree of autonomy for six years. These armed conflicts have left the infrastructure in tatters. With the influxes of refugees from neighboring countries including Ethiopia and Chad, there is a pressing need for reconstruction.

Dominated by the Nile and its tributaries, Sudan shares its border with Chad, Congo, Egypt, Libya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Eritrea.

Travel overview
Sudan boasts many natural features necessary for a tourist destination. Exotic wildlife, striking landscape, and a seamless blend of history and culture offer many attractions and activities for tourists. However, with the violence of a long civil war still too fresh in memories of many, it may take some time to entice the tourists to discover the hidden treasures of this spectacular country.
Set at the confluence of the White Nile and Blue Nile rivers, the sand-blown Sudanese capital of Khartoum is a compelling destination, where a distant past constantly makes its presence felt. Omdurman and Port Sudan are other cities which attract visitors. For those interested in knowing the past, the archaeological sites at Bajrawiya, Naga and Meroe are ideal place to explore. Sudan’s wildlife is diverse and protected within conservation areas such as the Dinder National Park, renowned for its giraffes, lions, and leopards.


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