Explore Djibouti and Somalia in a Combined 5 days Tour

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  • 5 nights, 6 days
  • Max Guests : 10
  • single icon distance
    Hargeisa
  • Jan - Dec

Embark on an extraordinary journey with our Djibouti and Somalia Combined Tour, where you’ll unveil some of the most captivating destinations within the Horn of Africa’s two lesser-explored nations.

Djibouti, often overshadowed by its larger neighbors, boasts hidden treasures within its borders. This diminutive African nation surprises with abundant natural wonders, including pristine lakes, dormant volcanoes, and lush forests. Djibouti’s landscape is awe-inspiring, featuring gems like Lac Abbe, renowned for its striking limestone chimneys, and the enchanting Lake Assal, surrounded by verdant scenery and cascading waterfalls. Beyond its natural splendor, Djibouti radiates a cultural vibrancy stemming from a fusion of African, Arab, and Indian Ocean influences, creating an atmosphere that distinguishes it from more frequented destinations.

Mogadishu, the bustling capital and largest city of Somalia, is a city steeped in history. In the 1970s and 1980s, prior to the civil war outbreak concluding in 1991, Mogadishu ranked among the top ten cities globally. Its allure lay in picturesque beaches and elegant architectural marvels, making it an East African gem. Positioned strategically along a coastline stretching over three thousand kilometers, Mogadishu’s seaport served as a vital nexus connecting Africa to the heart of Asia, adding to its significance on the world stage.

Prepare to explore the captivating blend of natural beauty and historical significance on our Djibouti and Somalia Combined Tour, a unique adventure into the heart of these rarely explored African gems.

Prices

Price details

  • 2 people travelling together: $1700 per person
  • Single room supplement: $60

Itinerary

Day 1 :ARRIVAL IN HARGEISA

Your immersive 6-day tour of Somaliland commences with your arrival in Hargeisa, the vibrant capital city. Upon checking into Damal Hotel or a similar accommodation, take the opportunity, if time allows, to explore the lively markets and bustling streets of the city. A must-visit is the livestock market, where the lively trade of camels, goats, and sheep unfolds. Overnight in Hargeisa.

Day 2 :HARGEISA - LAASGEEL - GA'AN LIBAH

Embark on a morning visit to the renowned Las Geel caves, showcasing rock art dating back 5,000 years—an exceptional example in Africa. Continue to Ga’an Libah, a towering limestone ridge at 1,720 meters, known as the ‘lion’s paw,’ brimming with diverse wildlife. Engage in a full day of sightseeing, overnighting at community cottages in Ga’an Libah, sharing a meal with the local residents.

Day 3 :GA'AN LIBAH - BERBERA

Explore Ga’an Libah National Park in the morning before departing for Berbera, an influential coastal port city. Berbera boasts captivating architecture reflecting both Ottoman and British influences. After lunch, choose between city sightseeing or a visit to Bataale Beach for a relaxing swim and beach walk. Overnight in Berbera.

Day 4 :BERBERA - SHEIKH - HARGEISA

Discover the surroundings of Berbera, venturing to the mountain town of Sheikh to explore ancient ruins, including the 16th-century city of Ferdusa. Sheikh is renowned for its ancient tombs dating back to the 13th century. Return to Hargeisa, pausing to appreciate scenic landscapes. Overnight in Hargeisa.

Day 5 :HARGEISA - DHAGAH-KOURE - HARGEISA

Embark on a full-day excursion to the western region, visiting Arabsiyo, Gabiley, and Dhagah Koure—an archaeological site with rock art dating to around 5000 BC. Experience a unique side of Somaliland. Return to Hargeisa and indulge in the city’s nightlife. Overnight in Hargeisa.

Day 6 :HARGEISA - DEPARTURE

Your journey through Somaliland concludes on the seventh day as you depart from Hargeisa, depending on your flight schedule.

Includes /Excludes

Price Includes

  • All transportation incl airport pick up and drop off
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Escort
  • Site entrance fees and Taxation
  • English speaking guide
  • Travel permits and Permission letters for the sightseeing and sites

Price Excludes

  • Visa Fees and Flights
  • Lunches & dinners
  • PCR-test
  • Boat ride
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal spending and any optional tours

FAQ

Is Somaliland safer than Somalia?

Yes, Somaliland is generally considered to be safer than Somalia. Somaliland has enjoyed relative stability and security compared to other parts of Somalia. It has its own government, security forces, and has been relatively peaceful since declaring its independence in 1991. However, like any region, it is important for travelers to stay informed about the current situation and follow local guidance and travel advisories.

Is it safe to visit Hargeisa?

Yes, Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland, is generally considered safe for visitors. As the largest city in Somaliland, it has its own administration and security forces, providing a relatively stable and secure environment. However, it’s always important for travelers to stay informed about the current situation, follow local guidance, and be aware of any travel advisories from relevant authorities. Additionally, it’s a good practice to take standard safety precautions while traveling, such as being aware of your surroundings and respecting local customs and laws.

Payment Method

We highly advise securing your reservation by booking ahead of time. To finalize your tour booking, a pre-payment of a 5% deposit is necessary, which can be transferred to our bank accounts in either USD or EURO. The remaining amount is due upon arrival and can be paid in cash. Alternatively, you have the option to settle the full payment in advance through a bank transfer. In either case, we will provide you with an invoice containing all the required banking details.

Can I get the refund?

In the event that Adulis Travel does not provide one of the services In the program, we will offer an opportunity to refund the services not provided, except in force majeure cases or adverse weather conditions, delays or cancellations of international or domestic flights, road conditions, or, if you are denied, obtaining a Travel permit. (All tourists must have a travel permit to travel outside Asmara)

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