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Khartoum Airport Transportation

Khartoum International Airport (KRT)
Located at the heart of downtown Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, Khartoum International Airport is home to a modern structure and heavy traffic. Known for its disorganized lines and procedures, having a ride ready can easily save on time, whether it’s a private lift that offers all the freedom in your hands or a meet-and-greet service that can get you from point A to point B without any interruptions.

KRT Transportation
Ground transportation at KRT Airport includes a few car rental services and taxi kiosks, as well as buses that pick up at the nearby Al-Asnan Bus Station, located 1.5 miles (2 km) away. Reserve a shuttle pick-up to avoid waiting on a public schedule, arriving to specialty hotels and resorts commitment-free by booking through either private shuttle companies or area providers.

Shared Ride Van
Looking for a custom drop-off without having to pay too much? Get comfort along with convenience by booking a shared ride van from area shuttle companies, checking into the best 5-star stays ranging from the stunning architecture of Corinthia Hotel to the swanky rooms courtesy of Al Salam Rotana Hotel.

Private Van
Take care of up to a dozen passengers with the help of a private van from area companies, enjoying views of the Blue and White Nile fork from Tuti Island as well as lush trails at the centrally located Al Sunut Forest, all at the ease of being your own chauffeur.

Private Sedan
Those in search of quiet moments, whether it’s alone or with the one you love, should get a private sedan from area executive providers, taking your time at casual cafés and restaurants looking out at the river, afterward looking forward to a road trip to Dinder National Park for vast wildlife and ecosystems.

Local Personal Drivers
Discover Sudan’s best hidden gems with a local personal driver to help you out, asking your knowledgeable chauffeur to point you in the right direction, from which of the region’s restaurants offer the most authentic cuisine to which of downtown’s night clubs provide the best tourist-friendly atmosphere.

Private SUV
Take care of up to six people with a private SUV by your side, booking with private shuttle providers to find the best family-friendly locales, spending the day at the super-sized Afra Shopping Mall or watching the sunset from Al Mogran Family Park, a scenic peninsula offering a rare glimpse of two rivers meeting at once.

Taxi Cab
Those looking to enjoy speedy rides to busy locales should reserve a taxi, whether that means finding your way through the traffic-heavy streets around the International Fair of Khartoum or getting a quick drop off to the even busier Zubair Mohammed Salih Conferences Hall, which is next door to the airport.

Stretched Limousine
As the capital of Sudan, affluence is always around the corner, something especially east to see through the eyes of a stretched limousine. Make arrangements with local limo companies to see 5-star locations, arriving to upscale Lebanese at Assaha Restaurant, afterward washing down dinner with a ritzy drink at Corinthia Hotel.

Chartered Bus
Carry over a dozen passengers with ease by booking a chartered bus for easy travels, exploring the natural charms of Khartoum North as well as the neighboring city of Omdurman, located across the White Nile, also considering an indoor break with ancient artifacts and modern art at the Sudan National Museum.

KRT Airport Terminals
KRT Airport is home to a new terminal with two levels of modern amenities, including shops, restaurants, and VIP lounges. The typically busy facility is one that requires patience, with many passengers saying to expect lack of organization and information/announcements for departures, as well as unofficial ‘departure fees’ requested at boarding. There is also a Presidential Terminal used exclusively by heads of state and government visitors.

- Level 1: arrivals, check-in, security, luggage carts, baggage claim, ground transportation, KNIA Park (outdoor garden), mosque, train station, duty-free shop, and elevator/escalator access to upper level.
- Level 2: departures, shopping mall, food court, pick-up zone, VIP lounge, and elevator/escalator access to lower level.


Khartoum Airport Shuttles

Khartoum International Airport Shuttles
With easy access to the heart of all things Khartoum, finding your way to beautiful riverside resorts, downtown museums, and family-friendly parks is as easy as walking across the adjacent Africa Street. Book a shuttle either through local private companies or area providers to hop on and off, enjoying commitment-rides perfect for arriving to all-in-one locations.

Have your shuttle drop you off in a cool area of town by knowing where you’re headed, choosing between the quiet suburbs and university vibes of Khartoum North, also considering the central attractions surrounding Al Souq Al Arabi, a traditional downtown neighborhood that offers close access to the Republican Palace Museum, the famed Turkish Cemetery, as well as several lookouts of the Blue and White Nile. For a change of pace, head to the neighboring city of Omdurman instead, located across the river and home to several historic mosques, including the Al-Nilin Mosque along the iconic ‘Almogran river fork.

Make sure you’ve got your shuttle reservations organized and ready to go, printing out your confirmation email and keeping it inside a handy travel journal along with other bookings, one of the most popular in the area being the Italian-owned trips and experiences offered by Italian Tourism Company. Keep other personal documents (passport, driver’s license, and medical prescriptions) just as secure by scanning them and backing them up on a flash drive as well as a cloud service.

About Khartoum International Airport
Around the corner from every neighborhood, the centrally located Khartoum International Airport makes arriving to any downtown stay easy. Make it even easier by booking a room close to your flight, the best options being the professional Paradise Hotel, located in Ozone Park, as well as the festive Assaha Hotel, which provides earth-tone architecture and an outdoor courtyard on Africa Street. For something sleek and spacious, head to 5M Hotel instead, especially popular for its quiet surroundings and close access to bus stops.

If you arrive to your flight early, pass the time with what’s on-site. Start with some shopping, choosing between the lower level’s large STZ Duty-Free Shop and jewelry stand, each located after security, or the large food court and shopping mall complex on the upper level, home to several local vendors showcasing souvenirs, gadgets, and in-flight necessities. The airport also offers an outdoor garden on the ground level, as well as a massive mosque on the garden’s property, not to mention lux VIP lounges.

If you’re spending the duration of your trip near the airport, have fun with what’s close, checking out Africa Street Gardens for breezy lawns, tranquil paths, and easy access to the popular Pizza Corner restaurant. Other popular eateries include Hadramawt Restaurant, home to classic Yemeni cuisine, and Tanoor Inn, which provides traditional Indian across the street from Badr Park. Located on the southern end of the airport is Al Riyadh Family Park, popular in the community for its kid’s rides and on-site restaurant, while the north end of the airport is home to the Blue Nile Bridge, Al Salam Gardens, and the trendy art at Police House.

Khartoum Destinations
Standing as Sudan’s proud capital city, Khartoum is a riverside metropolis offering unique views of nature and ancient history. Get a backdrop for the area by understanding its culture first, checking out the National Museum of Sudan for Mesopotamian artifacts and rare glimpses into ancient mystery religions, afterward finding stately exhibits and Sudanese history at the Republican Palace Museum, especially adorned for its Egyptian tombs and on-site church. For a solid view of ‘Almogran’, the famous confluence of the Blue and White Nile Rivers, visit Tuti Island, located within the river and surrounded by the area’s three towns; Khartoum, Omdurman, and Khartoum North. The confluence is also visible from Al Mogran Family Park, a lush peninsula that connects to the White Nile Bridge, which crosses over Wad Dakeen Island.

Get lost in the woodsy trails of Al Sunut Forest when you get the chance, enjoying placid views of the water as well as preserved wildlife, or get found in the region’s local art scene, either by visiting Mojo Gallery’s one-of-a-kind paintings or the contemporary works at Police House. If you have time, check out the beauty of Omdurman as well, crossing the river to do some shopping at the festive Khalifa Square, afterward walking through the nearby Museum of the Khalifa’s House for early Sudanese artifacts and military weapons. Find joy at the end of the night by trying out the city’s best eateries as well, moving from the beloved European café ambiance of Ozone in the morning to dimly-lit Mediterranean at Al Nuba Restaurant by night.

Lounges at Khartoum Airport
- VIP Lounge: Located outside the international terminal in a separate building. Perks are unknown – travelers say to be weary of cash scams, and to demand receipts for every transaction.

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