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Laas Geel: Somaliland’s best-kept secret

Hidden in the badlands of Somaliland is an outcrop of rock paintings from one of the world’s oldest pastoral traditions. Laas Geel’s rock art is estimated to date to somewhere between 9,000 and 3,000 years BC.

hARGEISA sightseeing TOUR

Discover Hargeisa's unique history, culture and incredible sights with expert, local guides. See astonishing views of Hargeisa by night.

850 kilometers of beaches.

In addition to virgin beaches, you can enjoy some of the world’s oldest rock art in the caves of Laas Geel; gain exposure to nomadic and pastoralist traditions; see the camel market in the capital, Hargeisa; and visit Zeila’s Masjid al-Qiblatayn ruins, one of the few ancient mosques featuring two mihrabs, one indicating Mecca to the north and the other pointing to Jerusalem slightly more to the west.

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FIND OUT MORE ABOUT YOUR ROOTS

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.

DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THESE HISTORICAL SOMALILAND FIGURES?

Abirahman Ahmed Ali

was the first president of Somaliland?

Sh. Madar

was the founder of Hargeisa?

edna adan

was the first woman minister in the Somaliland governement

Safya HaSHI Madar

Safiya Hashi Madar, one of the women who were involved in the SNM struggle against Siyad Barre

Axmed-gurey

was the 16th century Imam of Adal empire who put the major part of Ethiopia under his rule?

Farah Omar

is the Somaliland nationalist struggling for SL independence who was jailed in Sadaddin Island by the British

Abdillahi Askar

the SNM fighter who was caught in Operation in Hargeisa and freed by SNM mujahidin hours before the time set for his execution.

Sayid Maxamed cabdalle xasan

the leader of first African liberation army who were the victims of the first aerial bombardment in Africa.

SULDAN ADBIRAHMAN SUL DERIA & SULDAN ABDILLAH SUL DERIA​

the names of Somaliland sultans who were active in the struggle against the British rule