As per website of Somaliland Mission in New York
All Travelers to Somaliland should be aware that you can get Visa to enter Somaliland at arrival port (Sea, Land or Airport). To get additional details about the types of Visa, click here. However, if you prefer to get your Visa in advance from the Somaliland Mission in the USA. Please follow these instructions.
I want to know if anyone has tried and gotten visa on arrival at Tog Wajaale border. Thanks
i will travel to Ethiopia next week and i will arrive at the International Airport of Addis Abeba in the night (01.10 a.m.). I would take the first flight to Gondar (7.40 a.m.). On the Ethiopian airlines website the cost of the ticket is 150 €. Do you know maybe how much it would cost directly at the airport? There is an Ethiopian airline's office at the airport which is open 24 h? Do you think that i will find a seat or is better i book it in advance by website?
Thank you all!
Does anyone know how doable/reasonable it is to travel from Bahir Dar to Harar via Woldia - Mille or Logiya - Awash for example? Or any alternative route?
It seems there are a few buses to Woldia, but I'm not sure if it is possible to continue by public transport from there, and if so, whether it can be done in a couple of days or how long it…
Beware beware of very sophisticated and well organised cirle of scammers in Lalibela Ethiopia. Boys will approach you on the street, invite you to visit their poor family, spin an absolutely believable tale of misfortune, act out attending school and needing funds, act out serious ill health issues and needing funds. These lads ( 13- 19 years old) speak very good English and will approach you in the street. Women especially beware. I spent a year working for underprivleedged people in Kenya and…
I will be traveling in the Omo Valley and hope someone might want to join me to hire a car and guide. I am departing Addis Ababa on Sunday March 22. I am planning a 10 day trip returning to Addis on March 31st. Overnight stops will be at Arbaminch, Turmi, Karo, Keyafar, Jinka, Dimeka, Dorze and Wolayta (on the way back to Addis).
I have arranged a 4WD, fuel , driver, guide and camping gear for a fixed daily rate. All other costs such as food, village fees, drinks, camping fees and a few…
We want to extend a 3-4 day trek in the Dodola and Adaba area and walk East into the Bale National Park, preferably towards the Harenna Forest. The Baletrek.com is not very clear whether this is possible.
Also we are a bit nervous of the heat in the Danakil - we are from Scotland and not used to anything above about 20C or so! Will we survive?!?