Karima is a town in Northern State in Sudan some 400 km from Khartoum on a loop of the Nile.
The hill of Jebel Barkal is near Karima. Beside it are the ruins of Napata, a city-state of ancient Nubia on the west bank of the Nile River, including the temple of Amun. The Shaigiya tribe lived around Karima and Korti, but suffered for their support of the British against the Mahdi. The land around Karima is a center for cultivation of Barakawi dates. Karima is a terminus of a branch narrow gauge railway of the Sudan Railways system.
Coordinates: 18°33′00″N 31°51′00″E / 18.55000°N 31.85000°E