Lake Nasser is an artificial lake which is 565 km in length and looks electrifying during sunset. It is incontestably a large lake with the storage capacity of 157 km of water and is the consequence of completion of Aswan High Dam in 1970. You will surely love it's chocolate box prettiness and comes out to be a perfect spot for various action-packed activities. It is supposed to be included in your Sudan sightseeing places also because there is a very small lake by the name Toshka which is equally scintillating, and is produced from the water of Lake Nasser. Its name is inspired from the name of the then Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and was deliberately created keeping in mind Egyptian interests even if, its major part exist within Sudan. The water of Lake Nasser is mainly utilized for fishing, hydroelectricity production, and irrigation. Furthermore, the lake has so many fishes in it and few modest land reclamation attempts have also been done alongside the shores of lake and as a result sportfishing among vacationers, mainly for Nile Perch, has become tremendously trendy, both from boats and on the shore.