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Visit the charming Somalian city of Galkayo, which enjoys a central location in the Mudug region. As your flights to Galkayo will reveal when you get here, the city is divided into two distinct areas, with the main area of the north forming part of the Puntland state, and its southern section falling under the jurisdiction of the Galmudug administration. After the nation gained its independence, Galkayo was appointed the centre of the district. It has seen immense growth and development over the recent years, and is now a populous hub of economic activity. Galkayos population is estimated to be 600,000.

Terrain & Climate

The northcentral plains are where Galkayo calls home, with the largest cities in close proximity being Hobyo, Qardho, and Garowe. If you stood at the citys highest point and looked out, you would see the shadowy peaks of the Cal Madow Mountain range, eagerly reaching for the sky in the distance. Try and see if you can spot Shimbiris, the tallest mountain in Somalia, standing proud under the African sun.
Climate-wise, Galkayo is hot and dry, with the coldest temperatures descending in November through February, and soaring in the spring with the start of April showers. An autumnal chill falls around September, so bear these figures in mind when youre planning your budget flights to Galkayo.

Things to do

Galkayo is one of the most developed towns in the region, a vibrant centre of trade, commerce, and other opportunities. It is very much the modern township, decked with fine hotels, charming guest houses, diverse and clean restaurants, well-equipped supermarkets, and gleaming office buildings populated by local and international firms, as well as NGOs. Providing a poetic contrast to these places of commerce are the graceful spires of the mosques that highlight the citys strong spiritual background.
Galkayos social services are some of the finest in the nation, and its cultural lures are second to none. It is considered to be quite the creative hub of calligraphy, and it is a famous informal training locality for local artists. As you stroll through the downtown area on the well-paved streets, take a gander at the elaborate and beautiful calligraphy that adorns the walls of the various buildings in town, rendered in both English and Arabic, so plan your cheap flights to Galkayo today!

Getting around

Flights to Galkayo are served by the Abdullahi Yusuf International Airport, which serves regional flights from several African nations. The city is also a travel hub, as its extensive highway connects with major cities in northern Somalia.

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