Book flights to Hargeisa from Dubai and venture to the capital of Somaliland. In under four hours, flydubai can take you from the Middle Eastern hot spot to the Horn of Africa.
Up to six flights jet from Dubai to Hargeisa every week, making it really convenient to plan your next break. Browse fares in Economy and Business Class and find the one that suits your budget.
Onboard you can shop duty-free goodies, play with your entertainment-packed HD touchscreen and surf the internet, all without leaving your ergonomically-designed seat. You can also indulge in a tasty hot meal – simply pre-order 36 hours before your flight to Hargeisa.
Enhance your travel experience by selecting a seat in Business Class. You’ll relax in a dedicated business lounge before you board, and in the air you’ll unwind in a reclining Italian leather seat as one of only 12 passengers.
Make your way to Dubai International Airport (DXB) and begin your journey to Hargeisa. Buses and taxis run regularly to and from the city centre, while the Dubai Metro can take you to nearby Abu Hail station. You can also drive and park at DXB, with ample spaces available.
To check in for your flight to Hargeisa, there are three options to choose from. Online check-in prior to arriving at the airport helps you save time on your journey and allows you to use a mobile boarding pass. Or you can check in at Terminal 2, at a self-service kiosk or one of our desks. Once that’s ticked off, make your way through security and into the departures hall. Relax at one of the restaurants, make the most of the free WiFi or browse the duty-free shops until your boarding announcement.
Arrive into Hargeisa Airport (HGA) and the city centre is just 20 minutes away by car. Rent a vehicle at the airport from a local company or take a taxi from the stand outside the terminal building.
This vibrant sun-kissed city is the perfect place to experience beautiful mountains and the bustle of local markets. Begin your adventure at Hargeisa Market – wander a maze of stalls piled high with perfume, clothes, and fresh produce. Once you’ve picked up traditional treasures, head into the nearby hills to soak up spectacular views and spot exotic wildlife. Don’t miss Laas Gaal, a mystical group of caves which are home to some of the oldest paintings in Africa, dating all the way back to 9,000 BC.