My Trip to Daallo Mountains and Ceerigabo

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Yonis

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It's not even the most or second most lush gobol in Somaliland lol
Togdheer looks like shit, only SL gobol that can compete is waqooyi galbeed and thats because of berbera mountains
 
Biggest forests in the entire Somalia are located in Sanaag region. Sheikh and Gacanlibaax are minor forests in comparison.
The Calmadow forests start at west of Ceerigaabo and end in the Bari - Sanaag border.


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Madaxkuti

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Biggest forests in the entire Somalia are located in Sanaag region. Sheikh and Gacanlibaax are minor forests in comparison.
The Calmadow forests start at west of Ceerigaabo and end in the Bari - Sanaag border.


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It's greener than the greenest parts of the south even more greener than neighbouring Kenya and Ethiopia. Heck it's as green as the Amazon and Congo forests
 

Yonis

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It's greener than the greenest parts of the south even more greener than neighbouring Kenya and Ethiopia. Heck it's as green as the Amazon and Congo forests
The dark patches shows the intensity of the greenery across the region from a satellite image. As you can see the gacaanlibaax mountains doesn't compare to cal madow. It might look green on the ground and it obviously does, however this picture gives you a scope to compare it with. Cal madow is more lush

 
It's greener than the greenest parts of the south even more greener than neighbouring Kenya and Ethiopia. Heck it's as green as the Amazon and Congo forests

Yep. You can see how long the forest is. It is like Aden to Sana'a covered with forest in terms of
distance.
 
A better example would be from Hargeisa to dire dhabe in terms of distance crazily long distance more than 300km

True. I reckon we can even make it more greener by planting trees in its northern and southern frontiers. It receives a annual rainfall of up to 850 mm.

:ahh:


"The dense mountain forest sits at an altitude of between 700–800 m above sea level, and has a mean annual rainfall of 750–850 mm. In addition to rainfall, Cal Madow receives additional precipitation in the form of fog and winter rains, which sustain isolated forests of juniperus, buxus etc. Mist also appears to be important in the distribution of juniperus (dayib), one of the species locals use for timber. "
 

Madaxkuti

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True. I reckon we can even make it more greener by planting trees in its northern and southern frontiers. It receives a annual rainfall of up to 850 mm.

:ahh:


"The dense mountain forest sits at an altitude of between 700–800 m above sea level, and has a mean annual rainfall of 750–850 mm. In addition to rainfall, Cal Madow receives additional precipitation in the form of fog and winter rains, which sustain isolated forests of juniperus, buxus etc. Mist also appears to be important in the distribution of juniperus (dayib), one of the species locals use for timber. "
There's potential for farming in this area which could supply the entire northern somalia demand for veg and fruits rather than importing from ethiopia
 
There's potential for farming in this area which could supply the entire northern somalia demand for veg and fruits rather than importing from ethiopia

There is already farming communities in those areas below the mountains to the east of it (Midhisho & Xamaas). Anything grows there
even bananas.


 

NotMyL

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You should have taken a good quality pictures with a quality camera like this.




Daalo. Our land is blessed. :banderas:















That looks dreamy, Somalia would've made the perfect vacation place. I would've built a little house there and charged these cadaan thrill seekers 200/night:banderas:
 
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