<p class="p1">Keepers of ancient secrets, pyramids built two millennia ago ring Meroë, the onetime capital of Sudan’s fabled Kush kingdom. See this and more on a tour itinerary offered by <a href="http://www.mtsobek.com/trip/sudan-cultural-journey" target="_blank">Mountain Travel Sobek</a>.</p><p class="p1">&lt;em&gt;See all Africa tours &amp;gt;&amp;gt;&lt;/em&gt;</p><p class="p1"><em>From the May 2015 issue of&nbsp;<a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/traveler-magazine/"></a></em><a style="font-style: italic;" href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/traveler-magazine/">Traveler<em> magazine</em></a></p>

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Keepers of ancient secrets, pyramids built two millennia ago ring Meroë, the onetime capital of Sudan’s fabled Kush kingdom. See this and more on a tour itinerary offered by Mountain Travel Sobek.

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From the May 2015 issue of Traveler magazine

Photograph by Andrew McConnell, Panos Pictures

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