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Get Your Health Declaration Form for Somalia Now

Learn More: Somalia Health Declaration

Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Somalia. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.

It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

Required Documents to Apply

Important Instructions

  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Somalia must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

Frequently Asked Questions

Somalia, officially known as the Federal Republic of Somalia, is a country in Eastern Africa around the Horn of Africa. Bordered by Ethiopia, Djibouti, the Gulf of Aden, the Indian Ocean, and Kenya, the country comprises the longest coastline on the mainland of Africa which stretches up to 3333 kilometers and also displays a rich terrain of plateaus, plains, and highlands. Somalia is also the most homogeneous country culturally. It consists of several smaller islands and archipelagos which include the likes of the Bajuni Islands and the Saad ad-Din Archipelago.

Since Somalia is located close to the Equator, it is mostly a hot country with in-between bouts of rain. It is blessed with a variety of mammals because of its climatic and geographical diversity. The wildlife includes cheetahs, lions, elephants, gazelles, ibexes, kudus, dik-diks, Orbis Somali wild ass, reticulated giraffe, baboons, servals, bushpigs, reedbucks, Grevy’s zebras, elephant shrews, rock hyrax, golden moles, and antelopes to name a few. It also has a wide variety of camels and is home to a large number of dromedary camels. Apart from this Somalia is home to around 727 species of birds, some of them very rare.. There are several species of reptiles and fish as well. Somalia is the go-to place if you are looking forward to interacting with animals. The safari here is extremely interesting. It takes you on a tour to visit the various species of wildlife, some that you will be seeing for the very first time in your life. Perhaps one of the best things about Somalia is that it offers a panoramic view of wildlife and a kaleidoscopic view of marine life. Rest assured to be mesmerized by the affluent wildlife that you will come across.

Perhaps the most famous name at the tip of everyone’s tongue when asked about which city to visit first in Somalia is Hargeisa. Though it is not exactly a part of Somalia of Somaliland (as it operates independently despite the geographical placement), it is still home to some of the most stunning ancient monuments. Another place that is often mentioned is Laas Geel which lies in between the dusty rocky ridges and the hills on the outskirts of the capital city of Somaliland, Hargeisa. Here, you will be able to see some of the earliest cave paintings, alcoves, and underground tunnels that are deeply connected to the history of the country. Another place that you must visit is the ruins of the Adal Sultanate in Zeila. The town of Zeila calls on travelers who are in search of adventure and love the sandy dunes and rocky hilly terrains along with the pristine azure Gulf of Aden. The Zeila Coast displays a host of carcasses of rusting ships that have been washed by the ocean tides and sent ashore. It is one of the most thrilling and adventurous places to be. Somalia is a country that is pulsating and brimming with history. The Aibat Island is another part of the Zeila Archipelago and features a tropical amalgamation of mangroves and a white-sand beach.

An exotic attraction that you must look forward to is Iskushuban which lies in Puntland in the northern reaches of Somalia. Iskushuban features scalloped walls of stones that are caked in the dust with gorgeous arabesque ancient monuments and buildings. The Lag Badana-Bush bush National Park is home to lush palm trees and sun-kissed beaches with the waters of the Indian Ocean touching the shores of this gorgeous island that is almost Edenic. Another sight to behold is Lamadaya which is home to the sole attraction of waterfalls. The Lamadaya waterfalls are the largest and most beautiful in the region. The more you say about it, the less you do its beauty justice. Lamadaya was made to offer peace and serenity as it exudes these sentiments to the fullest.

Despite a devastating and tragic historic past, Somalia has retained much of its natural beauty. There are several activities that you can find to cater to your vacation. The country is a proud home to several national parks and safaris. The Kismayo National Park is the best place for a safari and is home to a plethora of animals. People visiting must be accompanied by a tour guide. You can also go bird watching at the Daallo Forest Reserve which is home to the largest collection of birds in the region such as the Archer’s buzzard, the golden-winged grosbeak, the Warsangli linnet, and the Somali thrush. Apart from this, you can also go snorkeling and diving at the Berbera Shoreline and the Zeila Isle. After these, you can go to the local market to eat some delicious local food and then take a trip to nearby stores for some retail therapy.

If you are an adventurer and are visiting Somalia, you must procure the Somalia Health Declaration which is an electronic travel document that is like a declaration form that states about your health and your agreement to follow the standard procedure and protocol during this time. Due to the covid-19 virus, you will be required to complete this form which is basically part of the standard procedure and a document that you will require along with your visa and a few others while visiting this country. The procedure to get this health declaration form is fairly simple, all you have to do is head over to the official website of iVisa.com and it will guide you through the entire process and summarise and simply if for you, making your experience an extremely convenient one. iVisa.com is also available 24x7 to help you out with any questions you have regarding the place or any additional queries. The safety and security of your personal information are handled with extreme care. You can read more from other clients who have taken our help for their trips to various countries over the world.

Thank you for your time, we look forward to working with you on your trip!

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