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Sudan Tourism - Wadi Halfa

The vacationers who want to spend some time in serenity away from the humdrum of the cities can opt to go to the town of Wadi Halfa. The scenic town of the Northern on the banks of the Lake Nubia offers you the ideal respite which you have been longing for quite a long time. The sparsely populated town of Wadi Halfa has a population of about only fifteen thousand people which makes it all the more tranquil as compared to the other towns of the country of Sudan. Wadi Halfa is one of the famous tourist destinations in Sudan owing to its natural beauty as well as easy accessibility.

Wadi Halfa in Sudan, is placed strategically amidst several Egyptian antiquities and had been the primary point of concern for all the archaeological works. These works were aimed at saving the old artifacts from the flooding which was caused after the completion of the Aswan Dam. The modern town was established in the 19th century but its importance lies in the fact that it served as the headquarters of the forces being lead by the British. This force was sent to defeat the Muhammad Ahmad's forces, which was the self-proclaimed Mahdi (prophesied redeemer of the religion of Islam). During the World War II, the town of Wadi Halfa was a communication base for the Allied Forces in Africa. Though major part of the town was again built after the construction of the Aswan Dam and the flooding caused due to it but still retains its old charm partially.

The railway line up to the river Nile originally started in the year 1897 in order to support the military build up. This is the railway terminus which comes from the city of Khartoum and extends to the point where the goods are transferred to the ferries which sail down the Nile River. While on a Wadi Halfa tour you must visit the Onatti Motel where you can relax in the oasis of real grass and fruits especially maintained for the guests. Take back home some of the most cherished moment of your life after going in for sightseeing in Wadi Halfa.


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Sudan Travel Informations and Sudan Travel Guides
Sudan History: Early History - Christianity & Islam - Modern Egyptian Union - The Mahdist Rule
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan - Independence & Civil Wars - Recent History: Darfur Conflict - Chad-Sudan Conflict
Eastern Front - Autonomy, Separarion & Conflict

Sudan Government and politics - Sudan Foreign relations - Sudan Military - Sudan Legal system
Sudan Human Rights - Sudan States, Districts & Countries - Sudan Geography - Sudan Economy
Sudan Demographics: Sudan Ethnic Groups - Sudan Language - Sudan Religion - Peoples of Sudan
Sudan Languages - Sudan Education

Sudan Tourism
Sudan Tourist Attractions: Al Fasher - Dongola - Juba - Malakal - Wadi Halfa

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