Somalia - Travel and Tourism
Even though strife with political upheaval, the tourism industry in the Somaliland region of Somalia has been blossoming.
A French archaeological team discovered these ancient artifacts in 2002. In order to preserve the cave, there’s currently a restriction on the number of tourists allowed to visit the site at a time.
Somalia Travel - When to go
All who wish to visit the country require a visa.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
The northern region of Somalia, Somaliland, is the only area in Somalia considered fit for tourism and travel.
Be sure to pay very close attention to local customs and rules. If you’re able to travel with a well-versed guide or handler, we’d suggest that you do so.
The National Museum in Mogadishu has a comprehensive collection of Somali ethnographic material, as well as local art objects, fossils and old coins.