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Tourism Revives Sudanese National Economy

Ahmed Hassan Hurga

Sudan is one of the seven countries with a variety of tourist attractions in culture and archeology and the Nile, which is an important tributary in attracting tourists alongside diving tourism in the Red Sea. Although it is one of the countries with the potentials to occupy an important position in the global tourism market, according to its natural historical possibilities.

However, the country has not to be benefited from this in driving economic growth; the tourism sector is one of the most important sectors to contribute to economic growth. Thus achieving the desired economic and social development according to experts and specialists in the tourism industry, the tourism sector needs the attention of the state, especially that it can contribute to the national output as the world market for tourism is a giant market and attractive.

Expectations are optimistic about the direction of its future growth and according to experts; the tourism movement is increasing its rates to surpass the rates of many other economic activities such as oil, agriculture, and livestock.

Sudan is one of the seven countries in the world with huge tourism potential and with several tourism potentials, for example, we find north the old Nubian kingdoms archeology such as pyramids and Paranoiac temples, in the east, the waters of the Red Sea, where the unique atolls are homes to colorful fish.

In the west, we find sand deserts and volcanic peaks, the most important monuments and tourist sites in Sudan Jebel Marra region in Darfur, and the variety of plants and wildlife and protected, which is one of the largest and largest communities of endemic birds and migratory birds. There are pyramids and the efforts of Nubia, where there are about 220 pyramids in Sudan more than the number of Egyptian pyramids as well as the ancient temples such as the temple of Lion, Nubian monuments.

Sudan has several regions, including the Sudan National Museum it is the largest area in Sudan and contains archeological collections from all over Sudan. The Museum of National History is considered of the oldest Sudanese areas it contains many reptiles, insects, birds, animals, and rare stuffed plants and the beard, and the War Museum, where many weapons and military holdings and displayed as well as the Museum of Victory, which was originally a church built on the Byzantine architecture, as well as the Shikan Museum and the Sultan Ali Dinar Museum.

The karma culture Museum, the Mohammed Nour Hadab Museum, and one of the most important tourist areas in Sudan is the waterfall, located in the state of the Nile River, which is aimed at Arab tourists and foreigners because of the nature of the mountainous areas.

The Museum area is one of the tourist areas in Sudan, which is considered the Blue Nile Junction in the White Nile in Khartoum. It is a wonderful natural sight as well as the island of Totti, which has a unique location in the Blue Nile. Its people rely on agriculture and trade, a region characterized by a temperate atmosphere, families go there to enjoy the views.

If tourism finds great interest from the state to outperform many sectors that contribute to the national product. The state should make great efforts to promote tourism aimed at attracting tourists to revive the national economy. 

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