Tag Archives: Sudan

According to shoppingpicks, January in Sudan is typically hot and dry with temperatures ranging from 63°F (17°C) to 91°F (33°C). Rainfall is rare during this time, although thunderstorms can occur. February sees slightly cooler temperatures, usually ranging from 57 °F (14 °C) to 87 °F (31 °C). March marks the beginning of spring in Sudan and temperatures begin to rise, usually ranging from 64 °F (18 °C) to 93 °F (34 °C). April brings even warmer weather with temperatures reaching up to 97° F(36° C). May sees an increase in temperature with an average of 100° F(38° C), although nights can still be quite cool. June marks the beginning of the summer season in Sudan and temperatures can reach up to 104º F(40º C). Rainfall starts to pick up during this time as thunderstorms become more frequent. July and August are typically the hottest months of summer with average highs reaching up to 106º F(41º C). Rainfall continues throughout these months and thunderstorms remain common. September brings cooler weather once again with average highs around 101º F(38º C). October sees a significant drop in temperature as winter approaches, averaging around 90º F(32º C). November is typically warm and dry with temperatures rarely going below 77º F(25º C). December has average highs of 79º F(26º C), making it one of the warmest months of the year in Sudan. For Sudan, the further north you go, the more desert sand, less rain and the higher the temperatures. The hot period in the Sahara desert runs from April to October. It is then continuously 40°C and warmer. The center and south have a subtropical climate. [So this applies specifically to the autonomous region of South Sudan, awaiting independence.] The extreme south is a swamp area. The rainy season there runs from May to September. In the middle, the rainy season does not start until July. It is then ‘cool’ during the day with an average of 30 to 35°C. It is hot from April to June. Best travel time is from October to March. Check businesscarriers for Sudan Economics and Business.

Sudan Geography and Population

Sudan – Geography Sudan Geography, Following a military government decision in the 1990’s, Sudan was divided into 26 states, a division that is, however, not widely recognized. The terms North Sudan and South Sudan refer to the time (1972-83) when three southern provinces, Bahr al-Ghazal, Equatoria and Upper Nile, had a degree of internal self-government… Read More »

Sudan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, Sudan’s economy is estimated to have grown by 0.7% in 2021, after two consecutive years of recession. Even this low level of growth reflects base effects rather than a robust return to economic activity. Ongoing political instability,… Read More »

Science and Culture of Sudan

Economy The state-owned airline Sudan Airways was transformed in 1993 into a joint-stock company with the participation of local and foreign private capital. The company has at its disposal 3 passenger and 7 cargo aircraft. In 1999, an intention was announced to build a new international airport 20 km east of Khartoum with two runways.… Read More »

Sudan Travel Advice

General information for Sudan Continent: Africa Geographical location: Eastern Africa, located in the northern hemisphere Highest elevation: Kinyeti (3187 m above sea level) Longest river: Nile (length in Sudan about 1560 km) Form of Government: Federal Republic of Government: Presidential system Languages: English and Arabic Neighboring countries: Egypt, Libya, Chad, Central African Republic, South Sudan,… Read More »