Tourism nowadays is one of the most popular way of spending free time. It is highly developed in almost all countries, mainly because of material profits it brings. However, unfortunately, there is the other side of the coin too, especially if it comes about foreign tourism.
From educational point of view, travelling lets people to see world, other peoples, culture and traditions. It is said, that “traveling broadens” and most people consider, it does. At the same time, tourists who has not wide knowledge about World can “see the grass greener on the other side of the fence”. It causes danger of discontent with country that person live in, what entail complaints and dissatisfaction.
In addition, economical aspect plays huge role in domestic market economy. Lot of people works in tourist branch what is often their only source of income. What is more, there are some countries – like Malta for example – where tourism is basis of all its revenue. However, if all field are tourist-minded, prices are inflated what is huge drawback for natives.
Thirdly, tourism can have influence on tourist religious viewpoint. Seeing place that is some religion root surely strengthens pilgrims faith. On the other hand, showing ones faith can meet with incomprehension or even contempt.
In my opinion, tourism is too important for my mental to be stopped, or even restricted because of mentioned below reasons. It should be still developing, and becoming easier to get for more and more people.
Sudan is one of the seven countries with a variety of tourist attraction in culture and archeology and the Nile, which is an important tributary, in attracting tourists alongside driving tourism in the Red Sea. Although it is of the countries with the potentials to occupy an important position in the global tourism market. According to its natural historical possibilities, however, the country has not yet benefited from this in driving economic growth.
The tourism sector is one of the most important sectors to contribute to economic growth. Sudan is known as an encyclopedia of history traditions, and geography open for all to read. More than this it is a living book in which the whole story of man from his first beginning millions of years in the past.
The traveler in Sudan voyages in times as well in space that is because Sudan is old and new situated in the northeastern horn of Africa, a continent known by geologists as Gondwanaland.
European archaeologists Jacques Reinold and Lech Krzyzaniak wrote about Sudan saying. Located west of the East African rift rally and thought to be the birthplace of humanity, the Sudan plays a direct role in the earliest stages of human evolution. The biggest asset Sudan has is its friendly people and warm hospitality as some tourists said you could train someone in hotel jobs, but you cannot really teach people how to smile, with Sudanese, smiling comes natural and that is a big asset in the tourism and hospitality business.
The diversification of tourism attraction in Sudan categorize Sudan to stand number seven world wise as a country of rich tourism potentials.
A tour to Sudan is the true chance to discover the treasure of Sudan, in terms of archaeology from the northern border of Sudan to the central part of Sudan archaeological sites are scattered presenting the ancient times of Kerma and Kush kingdoms.
The sites include hundreds of pyramids, cities and mountains. Finally Sudan is the land of exceptional promise where there are so much to be seen and known. Sudan is essentially a country of vast plains, interrupted by a few widely separated groups of hills and mountains such as the Red Sea hills in the East side of the country, Mara mountain in the west and Nuba mountains to the South west.
The confluence of the Blue Nile and White Nile is in Khartoum the capital of Sudan. Khartoum is opened to six banks of the Niles. The confluence of the two Niles, the Blue and the White Nile is the most amazing attraction in Khartoum River in the world consisting the longest. If you want to spend a good, time a picnic, you can enjoy the magnificent view of the Nile.
The three rivers White Nile, Blue Nile and the Nile formed the geographical map of the Khartoum state divided into three cities Khartoum, Omdurman and Khartoum North (Bahri) each rich of the tourist components.
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