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The city of Hargeisa in northwest Somalia enjoys a reputation of a successful centre of business, culture, and history. It is the second-largest city in the country after the capital of Mogadishu, and Hargeisa serves as the capital of Somaliland, a republic that is recognized worldwide as a region of autonomous governorship within Somalia. Culture vultures should embark on sightseeing flights to Hargeisa, as it is a central hub for stone-cutting, retail, construction, import/export, as well as fascinating cultural aspects not to be missed!

Where, What, Who

Although it has seen serious fighting during various periods of the citys history, Hargeisa has undergone a massive and successful development effort since 1991, which has made it a prime tourist destination for those travelers seeking great deals on trips to out-of-the-way cultural gems. Whats neat about Hargeisas development is that it has been largely local, supported by Somali expatriates as well. The downtown area is now a riveting maze of high-rise buildings that speaks volumes about the prosperity that has taken over.
Hargeisa has that countryside feel, as it is situated in a mountainous region of the country, within a scenic valley that is part of the Galgodon Highlands. Once framed by forest land when it was smaller, the city now looks out at cleaned brush land dotted with small juniper trees, flanked by the mighty Daallo and Sheikh mountains. Take a trip out to the Haud Savannah and meet many intriguing critters on the way, including lions and leopards.
Climate-wise, Hargeisa is in a semi-arid region, which features hot summers and rather warm winters.

Getting around

International flights to Hargeisa are served by the Hargeisa International Airport, which serves flights from parts of the UAE and some of the African nations surrounding Somalia. If youre a budget traveler looking for great deals, you should take advantage of the citys public transport network, which is a shared bus service. Inter-city buses are also available for travel to other parts of Somalia. Taxis are available, but can be expensive. Currencies accepted are USD and Somaliland Shillings.

Things to do

Besides hanging out and soaking up the local culture, no trip to Hargeisa is complete without a visit to the Laas Gaal cave complex, which are decorated with beautiful cave paintings that date back to the Neolithic period. The magnificent examples of rock art grace ten alcoves and are well preserved. The drawings feature human figures with their arms raised, as well as cattle. Other examples of rock art and ancient artifacts can be found at sites nearby.

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