Private guides and guided tours in Libya
Private guides in Libya
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Currency: Indonesian rupiah
Calling Code: +218
CAPITAL CITY OF Libya: Tripoli
LANGUAGE OF Libya: Arabic
CURRENCY OF Libya: Indonesian rupiah
COMMENTS ABOUT Libya:
Libya, officially the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, is a country in North Africa.
Cities : Tripoli (capital), Al Jufrah, Al Khums, Benghazi, Darnah, Ghadamis, Misratah, Sabha, Surt, Tobruk, Marsa al Burayqah, Misratah, Ra's Lanuf, Zuwarah, Zletin, Darna, The Green Mountain
Best Places : Sabratha, Arch of Roman emperor Lucius Septimius Severus, Tadrart Acacus, El-Madina El-Kadima, Mosque in Ghadames, Leptis Magna
Visas/Passport : Passports and visas are required for entry into Libya for most nationalities
Electricity : 127V/50Hz or 230V/50Hz
Calling Code : +218
Time Zone : UTC +2
Libya is located in Northern Africa with a common border to Tunisia in the West, Chad and Niger in the South, Egypt and Sudan in the East. It overlooks the Mediterranean Sea with a coastal area extending about 2000 kms. With a total dimension of 1'750'000 km2 Libya represents the fourth biggest country of Africa.Libya is devided in an agricultural region, a huge desert area and a high mountain zone. Inmidth of the desert there are unique and wonderful oasis.The agricultural region along the Mediterranean Sea is dominated by typical mediterranean vegetation such as date palm trees, olive trees, lemon and other fruit trees. In many places huge sectors with wheat fields are dominating the landscape. Meat suppliers are sheep, cows, camels and poultry. A well developed road net connects the libyan cities and the neighbour countries. The majority of the population still works in the agricultural sector. The oil industry and other industrial sectors are becoming more and more significant. The most important resources are oil, gas and ironore. There are two international airports: Tripoli and Benghazi. Domestic flights are scheduled to Sebha, Misuratha, Tobruk, Hoon, Ghat, Kufra and Ghadames. Libyas seaports are: Tripoli, Benghazi, Misuratha, Tobruk, Dernah, Raslanuf and Brega.
CLIMATE OF Libya: Libyas climate is affected by the Mediterranean Sea on one hand and the desert on the other hand. In the winter, the weather is cool and rainy on the coast and the desert temperature can drop to sub-freezing at night. Summer is generally hot with temperatures on the coast around 30 degrees centigrade and in the desert it can even exceed up to 40 degrees centigrade.
RELIGION OF Libya: Sunni Muslim 97%
POPULATION OF Libya: Libya has a total population of around 6 million inhabitants, whereby 75 % are living in the coastal region.>>>