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Travel To Djibouti
Djibouti, on the Horn of Africa, is a mostly French- and Arabic-speaking country of dry shrublands, volcanic formations and Gulf of Aden beaches. It's home to one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world, the low-lying Lake Assal, in the Danakil Desert. The nomadic Afar people have settlements along Lake Abbe, a body of saltwater featuring chimneylike mineral formations.
- Lake Assal
“Honey Lake” is a crater lake at the western end of the Gulf of Tadjoura. It’s 155 metres below sea level, making it the second lowest land depression on Earth after the Dead Sea. Lake Assal is the largest salt reserve and the locals consider it to be a national treasure. It’s in the process of becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site and the views around the lake are unbelievable.
It’s one of the oldest towns on the east coast of African and dates back at least to the 12th century. Governed by a sultan, Tadjoura was once a great port for goods between Djibouti and Ethiopia – including, unfortunately, slave trade. Often called La Ville Blanche, or White Town, because of the many lovely whitewashed homes in town, it’s a great town for walking as there are many great views of the waterfront.
- Ali Sabieh
Near the border of Somalia and Ethiopia, Ali Sabieh is surrounded by awe-inspiring desert on all sides. Inside the city you’ll find plenty of great markets, food stalls, and narrow alleys. This is rustic and rugged Africa at its best. Surprisingly, there are spots of natural beauty nearby and very little tourist development to take away from it. To see the desert at its best, check out Grand Bara and Petit Bara.
- The Gulf of Tadjoura
Wonderfully surrounded by the lush Goda Mountains which reach heights of up to 1300 metres, the Gulf of Tadjoua is considered by those that have been there to be the perfect spot for diving and snorkelling with whale sharks.
- Goba’ad Plain
This area, located between Lake Abhe and the Hanle Plain is a great place for bird watchers. Goba’ad is the only place in Djibouti with an active breeding ostrich population. You’ll also spot Black Crown Sparrows, Arabian Bustard, Sand grouses, Crombec, and so many more.
- Hanlé Plain
Adjacent to the Goba’ad Plain, the ecosystem is similar. The lowland valley is surrounded by steep mountains and populated by several small freshwater lakes. It’s another great place for bird lovers with the chance to see Egyptian Goose, black crake, and the three banded plover.
- Doralé and Khor Ambado
These two amazing beaches are located about 15 km from Djibouti City. Here you’ll find great swimming and black lava cliffs that border the beach. There are great local sightseeing tours that leave from here and you can also take part in any number of water sports. The sunsets from Khor Ambado are some of the best in the country. If you’re looking to relax and unwind for a couple of days of sand and surf, you can’t go wrong here.
- Tropical Aquarium
This is one of the country’s top tourist draws. Located in the historic part of town, it’s considered one of the best in all of Africa. It’s designed so that you feel like you’re underwater in the Red Sea, getting a firsthand look at marine life in this unique body of water.
- Day Forest National Park
This giant oasis is filled with the vibrant colours of the Djibouti desert. About 20 km from the Gulf of Tadjoura, nature enthusiasts will fall in love with Day Forest National Park. Surround by desert, this is one of two protected forested areas in the country. It’s the largest forest and the most important ecosystem is the 900 ha stand of East African Junipers which grow to almost 1000 metres.