Every traveller is wonderfully unique, and you are not one to buck the trend. From flights to accommodations, car rentals to unforgettable tours, let ebookers pull together a great fitting Somalia itinerary for you and your travel group.
You'll love the discounts of up to 16%* when you combine your airfares and hotel rooms with us.
Nothing is as invigorating as a hard-earned holiday. With over 500 partner airlines and more than 500,000 properties across the globe, your next amazing adventure is at your fingertips.
Our Price Guarantee means that if you secure a Flight + Hotel package with ebookers, and then spot a better deal within 48 hours pre check in, we'll match it and repay the difference. So what are you waiting for?
Ready your bags. It's time to start moving! From dry deserts to snow-covered mountains and every beachside shack in between, let us help you to unleash your wanderlust. Terms and Conditions apply.
Angola's capital city, Luanda, is located approximately 330 miles to the northwest of Somalia.
You'll find a range of interesting things crammed into the region's history museums.
If history fascinates you, you'll be pleased to hear that there are a number of fortresses nearby. They're great places to step back in time and uncover the region's rich background.
"There is no love sincerer than the love of food," George Bernard Shaw once said, but add travel to the mix and it's a match made in heaven. You're invited to unite your two loves by eating and drinking your way around Angola.
Are you keen to know some of the staple ingredients that are used here? Prepare to be served rice and chicken in a few of your meals.
During your time in Somalia, why not eat like a local? That means trying a plate of pirao (porridge from cornflour) or moaba de galinga (chicken), a couple of the area's specialty dishes.
"Stressed" spelled backwards is "desserts", and that's not just a coincidence. There's no more delightful way to let your troubles melt away than with doce de ginguba (peanut candy), a treat that's often found on dining tables here.
They say life's not all beer and skittles, but there's nothing wrong with treating yourself to a cold one now and again. While you're in this neck of the woods, ensure it's N’gola.
Kapuka (homemade vodka) is certainly worth trying. Straight, mixed, in a cocktail? Your barkeeper should have a few taste bud-tingling recommendations.
Try to knock down the language barrier by memorising some greetings and expressions in the local tongue. You'll gain a more enriching experience and a few new friends while you're at it! "Como está?" is how they say "how are you?" One more to remember is "Chamo-me..", which means "my name is..".
There's bound to be a buzz in the air around the 11th of November. The locals will be getting themselves ready for Independence Day, a day of national celebrations.
With just a little bit of your travel allowance remaining in your pocket and some incredible memories that will last a lifetime, say a final "Até logo" to Somalia.