Drinking tea and coffee in the Sudanese way, which will be made by the "Sit Alshay" which is one of the most popular small enterprises in Sudan, in the middle of Alsouq Alarabi (Arabic Market), which is one of the oldest marketplaces in Khartoum.
We will take a tour inside this museum, which is considered as the memory of ancient Sudan, as it contains antiques that date back to 3500BC. The museum consists of a yard and a two story building, the first floor tells the stories of the rise and fall of the kingdoms of Kerma, Kush and Merowe, and it contains many royal statues from these kingdoms, and the second floor contains many murals from the Christian era and the Middle Ages in Sudan, and in the yard there are some temples that were taken from Halfa city after the construction of Aswan Dam and the formation of Lake Nasser.
Khalifa’s House Museum
We will take a tour in this museum, which contains some collectables from Mahdist era in Sudan, which is considered one of the most important events of Sudan’s modern history, and after that we will visit the tomb of Al Mahdi who was the leader of the Mahdist Revolution which is 100 meters away from there.
After that we will head north to take a tour on foot in one of the biggest and most popular traditional markets in Sudan where you can enjoy the amazing Afro-Arab diversity in its alleys, you will see with your own eyes how leather crafts and copper and silver ware are made with hands, here you’ll get a rare opportunity to see Sudanese heritage and folklore in an unforgettable experience.
AL- Mogran – The Confluence of the Niles
We will have lunch on a small boat in the Blue Nile heading to the point where it joins the White Nile in one of the most beautiful natural sceneries in Sudan and Africa, where the two Niles merge to form the Great River Nile.
Hamed el-Nil Tomb
We will get back to Omdurman, but this time to watch one of rarest and most beautiful scenes ever, which is where you see the Dervishes in their colorful attire, dancing and singing to the rhythms of drums in the middle of one of the most popular graveyards in Omdurman, which contains the grave of the one of the Sufi Sheikhs, and the annual festival is one of the ways Sufis use to show their love of Allah and worshiping him.