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On a work visit we were provided the opportunity to visit this site . What a privilege to view this wonderful site of history, marvel at the enscriptions, enjoy a camel ride all far removed from the hordes of tourists associated with similar sites. The...More
The pyramid located just beside the main road. there was entrance fee being collected at the entrance (they say for the maintenance and preserving the pyramid).
during my visit, the maintenance and preserving the pyramid was on going. Some pyramid are not allowed to enter....More
Simply the best day in Sudan
A visit to the meroe Pyramids with Conqura Travel Limited . Sudans number one travel Agent Call Now +249 91 227 4790
Experience the Meroe Pyramids -time from Khartoum is 3 hrs Drive -minimum 10 people per tour -*all...More
toured a week around Northern Sudan with a guy listed in Lonley Planet
The guy who runs it Midhat was awesome, answered all my questions in a timely manner and organised the visa which was my main concern - totally great country, super nice people,...More
I visited Meroe on a day trip from Khartoum. This is the most popular tourist site in Sudan. There is no need to take a guide as information is available in visitor centre together with souvenirs! You can walk to the pyramids or pay extra...More
Sudan its a country in Africa.which collect a hug amount of pyramids and temples, belong to 25th royal family.the tourist come to Sudan to enjoy the weather and Sudanese cultural and hospitality.
Italian group of 6 people the have had 9 days in Khartoum visiting...More
Simply brilliant visit to this semi remote place 200 km north of Khartoum. During my visit only 2 others small groups were visiting the place. Walked around with a guide who had some interesting stories to tell about the queens and kings buried here. Luckily...More
My family had the privilege of visiting the place where the Kings of Meroë built their tombs for themselves and their queens. You have to get permission from the Sudanese government to travel there. When you arrive you will be greeted by camel drivers, so...More
The pyramids have been built between 300 BC and 300 people AD. They form an Important cemetery of the kingdom of Kush for the royal family and important officials. The preservation of the pyramids, their setting in the dunes and the fact that there are...More