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Islamic Holiday Weekend
Mawlid, "Birth of the Prophet", is expected to be on Sunday the 10th of November, giving everyone a 3 day weekend to explore Africa's secret destination.
The name Somaliland conjures up images of violence associated with Somalia, but the reality could not be more different. The people are mostly friendly and the capital city Hargeisa is rather laid back, as far as cities go.
Somaliland restored its independence in 1991 after the collapse of Somalia as a result of the civil war. Since then it has established and sustained peace and stability. It remains a self-declared sovereign state with a democratically elected government. After more than 20 years of peace and democracy, it is still seeking international recognition. Therefore Somaliland offers an authentic and one-of-a-kind experience in a breakaway state which isn’t officially recognized.
Somaliland offers plenty of unexpected and wonderful surprises. Admire some exceptional rock paintings, feel the pulse of the fast-growing capital, walk along deserted beaches, visit bustling market towns, be awed by stunning landscapes – wherever you go, you’ll feel like a pioneer. More than anything, though, it is the Somali people who make a visit to the country so memorable, with their legendary sense of hospitality.
Day 1 - Friday, Nov. 8th: Animal Market, Laas Gheel Caves & Swimming in Berbera
Day 2 - Saturday, Nov. 9th: Exploring Berbera & Hargeisa: The Capital of Somaliland
Day 3 - Sunday, Nov. 10th: Morning Departure
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Accommodation in Somaliland
We will be staying in the best beach hotel in Berbera (private chalets with AC) and the top hotel in Hargeisa, equivalent to a 3-star hotel. Expect clean rooms, with AC, hot water and comfortable beds.
Trip Cost - Twin / Double Room - $600, per person
Single Room Supplement - $80
The Cost Includes
Somaliland Visa (see Flights & Visas)
Accommodation for 2 nights in Somaliland
Permission letters for the sightseeing such as Las Geel and other sites
English speaking guide
Security (required by the government for all foreign visitors)
Chauffeured, air-conditioned Toyota Landcruiser 4x4 (max of 4 travelers per car)
The Cost Excludes
International Flights (see Flights & Visas)
Visa stamping cost in Hargeisa airport ($60)
Tips and gratuities for our local team ($10 to $15)
Any meals or drinks not mentioned above
Click here to see pictures from our first trip to Somaliland:
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If you have any questions regarding our Somaliland trip, please don't hesitate to contact me at anytime.
See you in Hargeisa,