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Moving from Dubai to Somalia

Moving from Dubai to Somalia

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Moving from Dubai to Somalia

Are you planning to move from Dubai to Somalia and looking for international cargo moving company from home relocation, office movers, house relocate and door to door shipping & moving services? In Dubai, serval cargo shipping and moving companies are working but only a few are professional and promise to move your household and office equipment safely and professionally at your desire location in Somalia.

We at Dubai Movers provide professional cargo shipping and moving services from Dubai to Somalia at a very low cost that anyone can afford for moving from Dubai to Somalia. On the other hand, we have a team of professional and highly trained staff for the packing of your goods, storage of your goods, mover and removal of your goods, customs clearance of your goods on seaports, airports and borders on both ends at Dubai and other countries of the world.

To ask more about our company please use the form available on our contact page, give us a call at +97143306717 or send any inquiries to our email address

How Dubai Movers can help for moving to Somalia

Dubai Movers’s has talented and expertly trained moving specialists, which will help you every step of the way during your international move to Somalia from Dubai, UAE. Before you get started, learn more about all of our offered shipping services from Dubai to Somalia and options to determine what best meets your needs:

  • Your moving timeline. When do you need to be in Somalia from Dubai? Should you ship your goods via air or sea freight?
  • Your real estate plans. Will you be renting or buying a home in Somalia?
  • Your fragile items. Do you require packing or custom crating services?
  • Your family/household size. Are you moving alone or with the family to Somalia? For business or personal reasons?
  • Your cubic feet estimate. How large is your shipment in a cubic meter?

How Much Does a Move to Somalia Cost?

Cost is always a major factor to consider when planning your overseas move from one place to another place and same is the case with moving from Dubai to Somalia. Your first step is scheduling a home/office survey with Dubai Movers to receive a quote to ship your items to Somalia. One of our trained moving specialists will visit your home/office to view your belongings and determine your shipment’s estimated cubic footage. You will then receive a free quote for the international moving services you need for moving to Somalia!

Ultimately, the cost of your overseas move to Somalia will vary based on the cubic footage of your shipment, your preferred method of shipping (air vs. sea freight) the services you require (such as packing and custom crating), and many other factors.

About Somalia

Somalia, the easternmost nation of Africa, on the Horn of Africa. It reaches out from only south of the Equator toward the north to the Gulf of Aden and involves a significant international situation between sub-Saharan Africa and the nations of Arabia and southwestern Asia. The capital, Mogadishu, is found only north of the Equator on the Indian Ocean.

Somalia is a nation of geographic limits. The atmosphere is primarily dry and hot, with scenes of thornbush savanna and semidesert, and the occupants of Somalia have grown similarly requesting monetary endurance procedures. Aside from a rocky seaside zone in the north and a few articulated waterway valleys, the majority of the nation is incredibly level, with scarcely any normal boundaries to limit the versatility of the migrants and their animals. The Somali individuals are group-based Muslims, and around three-fifths follow a versatile lifestyle, seeking after itinerant pastoralism or agropastoralism.

The Republic of Somalia was framed in 1960 by the organization of a previous Italian settlement and a British protectorate. Mohamed Siad Barre (Maxamed Siyaad Barre) held oppressive principle over the nation from October 1969 until January 1991, when he was toppled in a grisly considerate war pursued by group-based guerrillas.

After Siad’s tumble from power, fighting proceeded and the nation came up short on a successful brought together government—issues that persevered into the 21st century. Also, an accepted government pronounced the development of the autonomous Republic of Somaliland in the north in 1991. So also, in 1998 the independent area of Puntland (the Puntland State of Somalia) was self-broadcasted in the upper east.

Many years of common threats have essentially obliterated Somalia’s economy and foundation and split the nation into zones under the standard of different substances. At the point when Somalia’s questionable momentary organization gave the capacity to another administration in 2012, the recently pronounced Federal Republic of Somalia had just restricted authority over the nation. There was, notwithstanding, trust that the new government would introduce another period, one in which harmony would be accomplished and Somalis could concentrate on modifying their nation.

Somalia Economy

Around three-fifths of Somalia’s economy depends on agribusiness; be that as it may, the fundamental financial movement isn’t cropping cultivating however domesticated animals raising. Among 1969 and the mid-1980s, Mohamed Siad Barre’s military government forced an arrangement of “Logical Socialism,” which was portrayed by the nationalization of banks, protection firms, oil organizations, and enormous modern firms; the foundation of state-claimed endeavours, ranches, and exchanging organizations; and the sorting out of state-controlled cooperatives.

At long last, this investigation debilitated the Somalian economy extensively, and, since the breakdown of the military system, the economy has endured significantly more because of common war. In the mid 21st century, the nation stayed one of the most unfortunate on the planet, and its fundamental wellsprings of pay originated from the unfamiliar guide, settlements, and the casual area.

Somalia Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations details


Import regulations:

Free import:
– 400 cigarettes or 40 cigars or 400 grams of tobacco;
– 1 bottle of wine or spirits;
– a reasonable quantity of perfume for personal use.

Wild Fauna and Flora:

The import of certain endangered species of plant, live animals and their products is prohibited or restricted under CITES.


Cats and dogs must be accompanied by a veterinarian health certificate issued at the point of origin.

Baggage Clearance regulations:

Information is not available yet.


Currency Import regulations:

Local currency (Somali shilling-SOS): up to SOS 200.-; foreign currencies: Residents: are required to deposit foreign currency at the airport branch of the Central Bank on the following terms:
– for those holding a foreign bank account: currency will be transferred to that bank account;
– for those not having a foreign bank account and holding the equivalent in the freely convertible currency of USD 1,000.- or more, are allowed to open a foreign bank account and to transfer the money to that account; less than USD 1,000.-, are required to exchange it into local currency.
Exempt are:
– children under 18 years of age;
– diplomats and members staff of international companies residing in Somalia.
Non-Residents: unlimited if declared on arrival and exchanged at the National Banks within 5 days after arrival

Currency Export regulations:

Local currency (Somali shilling-SOS): up to SOS 200.-; foreign currencies: up to the amount imported and declared.

Airport Tax

1Landing Fee of USD 50.- is levied on foreign passengers of 12 years and older, arriving at Mogadishu (MGQ) airport.
2. Passenger Service Charge is levied on passengers of 2 years and older, travelling abroad:
a. Foreigners: USD 20.-.
b. Nationals and residents of Somalia: SOS 10,000.-.
Place of payment: Airport of departure in Somalia.
1. Transit passengers not leaving the airport;
2. Diplomats and staff of the United Nations or international organizations travelling on duty.

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