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The rules of the Egypt — Sudan border do change fast. If you have more up-to-date information, kindly let me know and I will update this accordingly. Crossing the border from Egypt to Sudan overland is not as easy as it may sound. In this article, I am going to show you the whole process, step by step, from catching the bus in Aswan to arriving in Wadi Halfa the first city in Sudanese after the border. Travel insurance for Sudan and Egypt Egypt to Sudan border crossing. Any regular insurance will cover for travel in Egypt.
Therefore, it is better if you travel with an insurance that covers both countries and the one I recommend is IATI Insurance. Which one should you choose? That depends on the money you want to spend and the time you have. On second class, you get a bench to sleep on, whereas on first class you get a room with 4 beds with dirty, year-old linens.
On the boat, you can get some basic meals, like bread, foul beans, eggs, and sweets. You can also get sodas, water, and tea. Anything extra, you should bring it with you. Since now, the bus runs every day, the boat only leaves on Sunday. Before you could also take it on Thursday. Departure time is pretty uncertain as they tell you something between 10am and 5pm. However, apparently, the average time is between 2pm — 4pm. The train from Aswan to the harbor leaves at am. Aswan High Dam. These are the approximate coordinates: While you are waiting for your Sudan visa, go to the terminal and ask for the exact timetable.
I got my visa on a Monday, so I had no other choice to take the bus. Step 1: Get your bus ticket to Wadi Halfa. Ideally, you should be able to catch a direct bus from Abu Simbel to Wadi Halfa, right? Ideally, yes, but unfortunately, it turns out that the buses to Sudan only leave from Aswan, which is kilometers north of Abu Simbel. Buses leave from Aswan every day at 5 am and 8 am.
Both timings and prices may vary slightly depending on the company you go with. Pro tip — You can actually catch the bus in Abu Simbel. Believe it or not, there is no direct road from Aswan to the border but, in Abu Simbel, you need to get on a ferry, with the bus included. When you arrive in Abu Simbel, you have to wait for a few hours before getting in the boat. What you can actually do is to buy your Aswan-Wadi Halfa ticket in Aswan and tell the guy that you want to be picked up in Abu Simbel.