Nubia – A journey along the Nile

A unique itinerary that finally can be experienced thanks to the opening of the land border between Egypt and Sudan.

A journey that makes you discover the history: from the first invasion of the Egyptian Pharaohs who subdued the Sudanese Nubia, to the area of Jebel Barkal, the capital city of the Kingdom of the Black Pharaohs, when the Nubian Kings conquered the whole pharaonic Egypt. Then we will travel south to Meroe, where a great indigenous culture which rivalled even with the Romans developed and where there are dozens of pyramids laid down in the desert. From Aswan we will sail on a small boat to discover Lake Nasser, visiting beautiful sites such as Wadi Es Sebua, Amada and Kasr Ibrim, with no tourists at all and in a very safe area in Egypt until the beautiful temple of Abu Simbel. We will then cross the border to reach Sudan and continue with the 4x4 along the Nile to admire and discover the beautiful archaeological sites of Soleb, Tombos, Kerma and also to see the colourful Nubian villages, the Nubian Desert and the Jebel Barkal with its polychrome tombs. We will then experience the Bayuda desert with its volcanic cones and nomadic settlements up to the astonishing UNESCO site of the Royal Necropolis of Meroe. In Khartoum, before departure, we will visit the Archaeological Museum and the huge market in Omdurman.
“Escorted tours.”