Sudan: The Bradt Travel Guide

Sudan The Bradt Travel Guide The wide appeal of this first dedicated guide to Sudan will satisfy the needs of aid workers ecotravelers and those with diverse interests in topics such as archaeology travel photography hiking

  • Title: Sudan: The Bradt Travel Guide
  • Author: Paul Clammer
  • ISBN: 9781841621142
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • The wide appeal of this first dedicated guide to Sudan will satisfy the needs of aid workers, ecotravelers, and those with diverse interests in topics such as archaeology, travel photography, hiking, and diving.

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    About “Paul Clammer”

    1. Paul Clammer

      Paul Clammer has worked as a molecular biologist, tour leader and travel writer For Lonely Planet, Paul has covered countries from Afghanistan and Haiti to Nigeria and Pakistan He keeps telling himself that he s going to start writing about easier destinations, but he s probably fooling himself.Read lonelyplanet blog 2013

    231 thoughts on “Sudan: The Bradt Travel Guide”

    1. Not just for aid workers, the updated edition of Bradt's Sudan guide is about as good as it gets for this country. It's not terribly helpful for those needing to go to areas of the south under their own power, and really focuses on the aid workers hot spots in terms of coverage, but for the north and Khartoum, it's indispensable. It's aimed mostly at those who are travelling overland when it looks at tourist sites, and there is very little real information about transport for the independent tra [...]


    2. This appears to be the first (and only) attempt at writing a guidebook for Sudan, and while it could use an update in light of the country's frequently evolving political and security situation, it is a solid enough work to help you land on your feet in Sudan.


    3. It was not the most updated guidebook about Sudan even when the second edition was published in 2009. In the market you can find another more useful guide published in November 2011 (the first after the split of the country)


    4. It's very out of date. So many things have changed since it was published. Even the newer version is now old since it was prior to the separation between the North and the South. I found more recent guidebooks on Sudan, even post July 2011.


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