Travel and Visa Requirements for Sudanese citizens

Travel and visa requirements

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Visa - free countries for Sudaneses

See a list of the countries you can travel to as a Sudan without needing a Visa

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Countries that require Visas for Sudaneses

See a list of the countries you cannot travel to as a Sudan without needing a Visa

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General Visa Requirements & Things to know before you travel.

See a general list of visa requirements before travelling to a new country

Valid travel passport.
Visa application form.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Valid travel passport.
Visa application form.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.

Schengen visa for Sudaneses

See our top pick of countries visted by Sudaneses

Sudan is a fantastic surprise for tourists with the abundance of exciting stuffs to do in the country plus Sudanese are among the friendliest and most hospitable people on earth. Things to do in the country include visiting the Meroe pyramids, tagging along with the Sufi ritual of drumming and trance dancing, walking around the Tuti Island shady lines and irrigated fields and enjoying diving at the Red Sea Resort near the Port of Sudan.
 
Sudan welcomes more than 700,000 tourists each year. This number has been projected to increase in the years to come.
 
Crimes including fraud, bouncing cheques and the non-payment of bills can result in lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines. Bail is generally not granted for those who are arrested for financial crimes. It is against the law for people of opposite sex to share the same hotel room if you are not married or closely related. Before you can take a picture in the country, you need a permit from the External Information Centre in Khartoum.