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Somaliland Holidays
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Tours

Somaliland Holidays and Tours

Our Somaliland holidays and tours show you a nation that officially doesn't exist, breaking new ground to push the frontiers of adventure travel. The self proclaimed republic of Somaliland suffers from an undeserved association with its troubled neighbour Somalia, yet is a far cry from the chaos of Mogadishu. With its own government, army and currency this plucky country remains unrecognised by the rest of the world for more than twenty years, and fewer tourists visit each year than visit Antarctica. With some of the best rock art sites in all of Africa, ancient burial sites, nomadic communities and a surprising amount of wildlife, Somaliland has much to offer those prepared to look beyond confused stereotypes. The modest capital Hargeisa is a delight to explore, while the Red Sea town of Berbera is home to a wealth of picturesque historic buildings that are testament to its previous importance on coastal trade routes. But perhaps the most lasting impression will be the people you meet - proud of their country, welcoming to visitors and with a determination that is often lacking in other parts of the continent.

Somaliland
10 days

The Horn of Africa - Djibouti and Somaliland

Discover two of the least known countries in Africa, visiting the incredible landscapes of Lac Assal and Lac Abbe, stunning rock art at Las Geel and Dhagax Khoure and the laid back Red Sea towns of Berbera and Tadjourah. Adventure in the Horn of Africa.

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Somaliland
13 days

Djibouti, the Danakil Depression and Somaliland

Explore a remote and stunningly beautiful part of Africa. Visit the otherworldly landscapes of Djibouti, then cross into Ethiopia's Danakil Depression to hike up a volcano and meet Afar camel herders. From here head into the unrecognised country of Somaliland to discover amazing rock art sites and the vestiges of the Ottoman empire.

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