Establishing leading and maintainable inland and coastal tourism destinations
Propel the tourism sector as a key engine of economic growth and enhance the visibility of Somalia as a top class tourist destination in traditional, emerging and new markets.
Integrity, Quality, Transparency, Timeliness, Teamwork, Honesty, Justice, Objectivity
The vision of the national tourism policy is “somalia hosts international tourists in the year 2030” which means the country has to reach a level of recognition for tourism in Africa.
Many interesting and beautiful places to visit in Somalia. Some of the best places to visit include the city of Kismayo, the beaches of Puntland and Somaliland, the ancient city of Mogadishu.
Visit the Somali Youth League Memorial, the Dhagaxtuur Obelisk, and the Monument to the Unknown Soldier.
The city is situated where the Jubba river empties into the Indian Ocean and no trip to Kismayo should miss a visit to Goobweyn Junction.
Baidoa or Iscia Baidoa, is a Somali city and the capital of the Southwestern State of Somalia, situated in the south-central bay region of the country.
Home to some of the earliest cave paintings ever discovered on the Horn of Africa, the various alcoves and underground tunnels here display a raw and haunting vision of prehistory in these parts.
It’s thought that the spot was one of the main powerbases of the Majeerteenia Sultinate that ruled the very tip of the African Horn for much of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Having only recently become one of the country’s rare national parks, this one’s got everything from sparkling coral reefs to bays of turquoise water, ivory-coloured beaches to craggy peaks of sandstone rock.
Somalia is a great place for tourists. The landscape is beautiful and the people are friendly. There are many tourist attractions in Somalia, including the ancient city of Baidoa, the beaches of Eyl, Berbera and Adale, and the coral reefs of Bosaso.
The town was known as “Garowin” during the Middle Ages, and was the site of a major battle between the Majeerteen Sultanate and the Portuguese in 1591.
It was subsequently captured by the Ottoman Empire, and became the capital of the Puntland region.
The city has a population of around 100,000 people and it is known for its fruit and vegetables, which are exported to other parts of the country. It is also a center for dairy products. The city has a number of schools, hospitals and marketplaces. The city is also home to a number of religious and cultural institutions.
Jowhar has a population of about 520,000 residents. The city is served by Jowhar Airport. The city is known for its ancient ruins and for its spring, which is used to produce handicrafts. The city has a variety of shops and restaurants. Jowhar is also home to a number of important mosques and gardens.
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