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Guaranteed high temperatures all year round and cheap flights to Port Sudan attract sun seekers to the beaches and the warm clear waters of the Red Sea. The Sudanese coast is an exciting destination for scuba divers and is also a significant spot for those on pilgrimage to Mecca as many view Port Sudan as a popular crossing point of the Rea Sea to reach Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.
The main airport serving the city is Port Sudan New International Airport and is where all cheap Port Sudan flights arrive. It's conveniently situated on the outskirts with good links to the commercial centre. A flight from the UK typically takes eight hours direct but transfers can add a significant amount of time.
Port Sudan car hire can be pre-booked or arranged on arrival at the international airport where cheap Port Sudan flights disembark. Major highways and motorways connect Port Sudan with nearby attractions such as Khartoum so it's easy to see more of the country. There is a good public transport system in Port Sudan with established road and rail infrastructure and hotels in Port Sudan are centrally located.
The busy port is the only one in the region and has important historical significance. It's a bustling trade area which includes a fine fish market and it's in a perfect position for visitors to the Red Sea coast too. If you can be tempted away from the beautiful beaches you can hire a boat and head out to see the largely unspoiled coral reefs.