Sudan Travel Map
Khartoum City Map.
1:4,000,000. GEOprojects. This map is not yet updated to show the South Sudan - Sudan border, but does cover the South Sudan region. Good travel map for the businessperson, with telephone numbers and other business information. General map with a large, indexed street plan of Khartoum. Altitude colouring shows the topography, with additional graphics for sand or gravel deserts, lava flows, marshes or swamps, and salt marshes or flats. Administrative boundaries are shown, with both English and local names of the provinces. Information on the road network is rather basic, and the map shows relatively few smaller settlements. The map has an index of place names and latitude/longitude grid at 2° intervals. The legend is in English, French, and Arabic. Buy this map if you want a Khartoum city map and businessperson's information, buy the ITMB map below if you want a road map of the country.
On the reverse there is a large, indexed street plan of Khartoum at 1:15,000, although beyond the city centre and the 'Amarat district only names of the districts are shown. The plan indicates markets, souks, and shopping centres, bus stations, hospitals, post offices, banks, petrol stations, places of worship, selected hotels, foreign embassies, etc. There is also a small plan of Omdurman at 1:50,000 and notes on the country's geography, history and economy. Size is approx. 48 x 60cm.
1 sheet, folded
Waterproof! Sudan Travel Map. 1:1,800,000. Reise Know-How. This map is not yet updated to show the South Sudan - Sudan border, but does cover the South Sudan region. A detailed road map of the country. Relief is shown contour lines and spot heights. A good detailed road map of the country.
1 sheet, folded
Sudan Travel Map. 1:2,700,000. ITMB. This map is not yet updated to show the South Sudan - Sudan border, but does cover the South Sudan region. A detailed road map of the country. Relief is shown through altitude tinting with spot heights, and additional graphics distinguish sand dunes, lava fields, and areas liable to seasonal flooding. Road detail includes unsurfaced roads and tracks, and indicates intermediate driving distances on main routes. Railways and stations are marked, also ferries, airports, ports, gas stations, border crossings, antiquities, reserves, churches, missions, mosques, campsites, oases, wadis, wells, etc. Internal administrative boundaries are marked and names of the provinces are shown. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at 1 degree intervals. The map also includes a small inset with a street plan of central Khartoum. Buy this map if you want a road map of the country; buy the GEOprojects map above if you want a Khartoum city map and businessperson's information.
1 sheet, folded
Sudan Wilayat/State Maps. Tourist Maps Kenya, Nairobi. These maps include hypsometric shaded relief to show elevation, roads, towns and villages, and much more.
Eastern Equatoria. 1:1,000,000. 1997. Covers from 3-8°N and 29-36°E.
Western Equatoria. 1:1,000,000. 1997. Covers from 3-8°N and 26-33°E.
Southern Sudan Map. 1:2,000,000. Tourist Maps Kenya, Nairobi, 1996. The map shows 500 meter contours to show elevation, roads, villages, airports, railroads, and more.
1:500,000 Topographic Base Map for Darfur Humanitarian Relief Operations. 1:500,000. Switzerland CDE, 2008. This map offers topographic coverage of the Darfur area. Symbols locate features such as airfields, minefields, mosques, churches, dams, etc. In English.
Sample detail of the Darfur Map Image of the Darfur Map
Sudan 1:200,000 Topographic Quadrangle Map Set. 1:200,000. Soviet government. 1978-1985. High quality topographic maps for a country where little else is available. This set gives complete coverage of Sudan in 351 sheets. In Russian. Available only as raster files (georeferenced or non-georeferenced); paper sheets not available.
Set of 351 sheets, color plots
Sudan Topographic Quadrangle Maps (TPC/Tactical Pilotage Charts). 1:500,000. NGA. Standard topographic maps of Sudan are restricted by the Sudanese. World Aeronautical Charts, including TPC and ONC charts, cover land areas at a standard size and scale for navigation by aircraft operating at high altitudes. However, their level of detail makes them useful as topographic maps for those areas where little else is available. The topographical information includes city tints, principal roads, railroads, distinctive landmarks, drainage patterns, topography and relief. contour lines are at 500 feet intervals, with intermediate contours where appropriate, along with numerous spot heights. Color tints on a hypsometric scale are also shown. The aeronautical information includes visual and radio aids to navigation, airports, airways, restricted areas, obstructions and other pertinent data. There is less detail in some areas due to insufficient information - these areas are labelled on the charts. These are large maps, with a typical size of 42 x 56 inches. Due to the size and color variation of the different print runs and the Conformal Conic Projection, these maps do not splice together well. World Aeronautical Charts are not recommended for use by pilots of low speed, low altitude aircraft.
NOTE: These maps are now out of print. We have some inventory of as original paper sheets, the rest are supplied as color plots.