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the dam was built in 1937 by British for the Egyptian govenment to avoid the nile flood. it is about 4 km, you can walk and have some beautiful photos and enjoy the view of the White Nile. There is a small park with trees...More
from Khartoum its bit of a drive to the jabal al-awliya dam; i had been there quite some time back. there s a wrecked ship and you have great photo shoot there (not sure if its still there). You get to see fishing live; buy...More
If you like Fishing, that is a nice place to fish Large Live Talapia.
It is the best Nile fish you could ever eat since they will grill it or stew or fry on the boat the fresh catch. it is heaven.If you love Talapia...More
Quite a distance from Khartoum and the road are not that good. Once there, you have to pay a small amount to cross the dam bridge to reach the picnic spot. After the crossing the bridge, have to go a bit off-roading to reach the...More
About 1 hour 15 from Khartoum, into the country side. Watch the fishermen catch the fish, buy it fresh and eat it there if you choose. wander over the dam and watche the multitudes of fish jumping up the fish ladder. A good outing to...More
Living and working in Sudan, I get the chance to visit Jebel Aulia as often as I like. Approx 50kms south of central Khartoum, the best day to go is Friday as the roads are much qieter than the rest of the week. It's eas...More
This dam is located 1.5 hours drive from Khartoum. It is great for family picnic and also fishing. Don't forget to bring in your fishing rod. However, be cautioned that photography is strictly prohibited at the dam area as it is classified as a high...More
I don't understand how this can be listed as an attraction. The view of the nile is no better than you get in Khartoum, and bar a few market stalls, there isn't anything else there. Save yourself an afternoon and have tea on the banks...More