After President Siad Barre’s military administration was overthrown in 1991, Somalia fell into anarchy. As adversary warlords shredded the nation into a clan-based estate. After this, a globally supported unity government framed in 2000 attempted to establish control of the situation but it was not effective.
In 2006, the capital city and the southern region of Somalia were seized by a group of Islamists and it provoked Ethiopia forces and the African Union forces to intervene and take charge of the situation. However, ever since 2012, the country has been slowly creeping towards stability after the introduction of a new internationally-supported government; however, there is still a challenge from Al-Shadab (an Al-Qaeda aligned agency) for the new authorities.
Somalia is a country that should be visited in cooler months, particularly August and June as the temperature here reaches to the average of 47 Celsius during the summer days. The tourists can visit theNational Park and the beaches at this time of the year. So if you are looking forward to booking Flights to Somalia, you should do so during the months of August and June.