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Top Destination in Somaliland

Hargeisa, Laasgeel, Berbera, Sheikh Somaliland, Burao, Borama, Dhagah kureh, Erigavo, Maydh, Daallo mountain, Mount Wagar, Tog wajaale, Zeila, Lawyacado, Somaliland top destinations.

Hargeisa Somaliland

Hargeisa

Somaliland’s largest town has a dusty low-rise feel more in line with a provincial administrative center than a national capital. There’s just one embassy in Hargeisa, few familiar airlines are represented, and other well-known international brands – be it McDonald’s, Barclays, or Hilton – are conspicuous by their collective absence.
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Berbera Somaliland

Berbera & Surroundings

The historic town of Berbera has been a centre of maritime trade since ancient times. It stands on the Gulf of Aden opposite Yemen, a strategic location along the ancient trade route between the Red Sea and India, and of similar importance during the more recent Cold War.
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Borama Somaliland

Borama

Borama is the third-largest town in Somaliland, with a population estimated at 230,000. Borama is the capital of Awdal Province and it is set at an altitude of 1,450m amid relatively fertile hills 110km west of Hargeisa and 1km from the international boundary with Ethiopia (note, however, that there is no border crossing in town,...
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Gabiley & Dhagax-Maroodi

Straddling the Borama road about 50km west of Hargeisa, the ancient settlement of Gabiley is – rather astonishingly – the fifth-largest town in Somaliland, with a population estimated at 80,000 in 2015.
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Bulhar Somaliland

El-Sheikh & Bulhar

Regarded by the few who’ve been there to be the most attractive beach in Somaliland, El-Sheikh is an isolated resort-in-waiting that fringes the Gulf of Aden roughly 100km north of Hargeisa as the crow flies, and 85km west of Berbera.
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Burao Somaliland

Burao

Burao is the second-largest city in Somaliland and capital of Togdheer Province, Burao–transliterated as ‘Burco’ in Somali – lies 100km east of Hargeisa as the crow flies, but more than twice that distance along the only surfaced road, through Berbera and Sheikh.
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Tog wajaale

Tog-Wajaale

Tog Wajaale is the only legal overland crossing point from Ethiopia, the Tog-Wajaale name shared by a pair of small, rundown, and uninspiring towns that flank the Wajaale River, the shallow wadi that delineates Somaliland’s most important international border.
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Zeila Somaliland

Zeila

Zeila is one of the oldest ports on the east African coast, (also known as Zayla or Seylac) is set on a narrow sandy mangrove-lined peninsula that protrudes into the shallow island-studded waters of the Gulf of Aden, some 25km southeast of the Djibouti border.
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Sheikh Somaliland

Sheikh Somaliland

The small town of Sheikh (population 35,000) lies at a relatively lofty altitude of 1,470m in the Golis Range, a mountainous escarpment that separates the coastal plain from the main Somali Plateau.
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