The heartbeat of Khartoum
Mushaireb is the epitome of Sudan’s growing optimism, aspirations and international standing, capturing the beat and rhythm of the ‘new’ Africa and offering even the most discerning resident a lifestyle and level of sophistication never before seen in Khartoum.
Whether you are a local, a Sudanese expat returning home, or setting up a new life from afar, Mushaireb is the future. Will you join the new beat?
Stroll along the corniche, amble through the elegant gardens, tree lined boulevards and shady walkways. Pamper yourself with a relaxing spa treatment. Go for an invigorating workout at the fully-equipped gym. Or splash out in a different way at the numerous shops, restaurants and coffee shops.
Mushaireb is the place to be.
A promising future.
Sudan, one of the largest countries in Africa, is divided by the Nuba mountain range with the vast Nubian Desert to the east of the Nile, the Libyan Desert to the west, and rain forests and swamps to the south. Running east to west, carving its way purposefully through the centre of the country, is the Nile, a glimmering vein of life that casts a magical spell to all those who catch eyes on it.
A rich cultural history is evident in the many historic buildings, forts and pyramids – over 100 at the last count which is more than Egypt and Ethiopia put together – scattered throughout the land, many of which are relatively untouched by the tourist trail.
The country is often referred to as the ‘bread basket of Africa’ due to its plentiful cultivable land. And there are other natural resources abundant in Sudan, notably its fine cotton production, sizeable reserves of oil as well as gold. All this and more make Sudan perhaps one of the best kept secrets the world over.
A city of culture, trade and opportunity
Over the centuries, and mainly due to it being positioned where the White and Blue Niles meet, Khartoum has always been a place where people have come together, either to live or to trade. Today, Khartoum is a modern city which has developed into a thriving trade centre, yet it has managed to retain much of its cultural heritage. Its people have a big heart and display incredible hospitality. Indeed, the place has earned a reputation as one of the safest cities in Central Africa and a home to a new generation of successful, confident Sudanese.