What to do near Khartoum International Airport
|Visit the Sudan Presidential Palace museum||You can visit the Sudan Presidential Palace museum located on the grounds of the presidentialof presidential palace to have ahave some a view of some art, paintings, and a great collection of relics. There are paintings of Sir Gordon Pasha.|
|Visit the Nile Street||You can pay a visit to the Nile street which is the prettiest street in the city and get views of the Blue Nile on one side and pretty lining of decaying buildings|
|Go shopping||There are lots of shopping outlets in the capital city, Khartoum where you can do some shopping, visitshopping visit some spa and get some massage.|
|Eat up||There are a number of restaurants located in the city that serveserves the Sudanese dishes. There is no alcohol selling in any of the restaurants.|
|Visit the commonwealth cemetery||You can pay a visit to the Commonwealth cemetery and have a look at the memorial place for great people in Sudan.|
|Visit Sudan national museum||You can visit Sudan National Museum for some historical artifacts of Sudan and some open air views in the museum garden.|
|Get a glimpse of Change of Guard||This is an old Royal Guard Ceremony performed in Paul Yugasak Tombe’s home village, in Equatorial State south Sudan.|
|Visit Souq Arabi||This is the Central market and bus station of the capitalof capital city of Sudan. You can visit and get to buy some fresh fruitfruits juice and different products.|
|Visit Ethnographic Museum||You can visit Ethnographic Museum, the Khalifa House Museum located in Omdurman and have some views of Ethnographic collection covering the Mahdiyah rule|
|Visit the Grand Holiday Villa||You can visit the Grand Holiday Villa which is an historical building with an old charm of the colonial era.|
My name is Alex Mutuma and I founded this blog, Airports LLC as a way to document and engage with clients in my travel consulting business. Airportllc.com is the only source of over 2,000 fun things flyers could do during layovers.
Over the past 7 years, I have designed and planned tour packages for hundreds of clients and have recently focussed on the mission of changing boring layovers to excellent mini-vacations by giving you the best suggestions on must-do activities when flying over different airports.
Next time you or your friend is looking for suggestions on what to do in some airport, remember Airports Do or Airportsdo.com. On this site, you’ll get the best suggestions available on the internet regarding hand-picked activities that will fulfill your airport experience.
I currently reside in New York City and has obtained a license to provide professional tour guidance on Airports in the US and across the world. Why should you listen to my suggestions? I have flown through more than 100 airports in the world and fortunately, I have pictures, stories, and tips to share with you regarding all the fun stuff you can do as you wait for your next flight.
Aside from gaining thousands of flying miles, I am also a travel consultant assisting clients with bookings and specifically advance tour bookings of things to do at airports when the layover is longer than 5 hours.
To make a 15-minutes free things-to-do consultation with Alex, use my email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is only recommended for flyers with long layovers of over 5 hours. If your layover is 3+ hours, you can still reach out but we cannot guarantee the ideal package that will change your flights to mini-vacations. I only support clients flying through US airports and a select number of cities across the world.
Name: Alex Mutuma
Profession: A professional travel consultant with a focus on airport activities to do during layovers
Phone: +1 945 348 889
Location: 322 Main Packway Street, Boston, US