Bayuda Desert

The Bayuda Desert is an area bounded by the loop formed by the Nile between the 4th and the 6th Cataract and characterized by sharp black basalt mountains, most of them volcanic and typically cone-shaped. They alternate with level pebble stretches and large valleys crossed by dry wadis where only a little vegetation survives and Dorcas gazelles can be seen.

It is very likely to meet isolated groups of Bisharin nomads, who live in familiar groups in small huts made of intertwined branches close to the rare water wells, with their caravans and herds of camels and donkeys.

Within your luxury tour, you can have some adventures which include Crossing some sand dunes. After some kilometers on the asphalt road, the adventure continues following the Wadi Abu Dom, driving on a sandy track among many acacia trees and some wells where it is possible to meet nomads.