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10 Best Places to Visit in Djibouti


10 Best Destinations to Visit in Djibouti

Though it occupies a tiny corner in Northern Africa, Djibouti has copious amounts of beauty and sites that you really can’t believe unless you’ve seen them for yourself. Few places have such a variety of landscapes – like volcanoes, sinking plains, limestone chimneys with steam coming from the top, salt lakes, grand canyons, and gorgeous plateaus.
For those that love outdoor adventure, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy here. Enjoy snorkelling with the sharks, diving, kite surfing, and hiking. The country isn’t overly developed outside of the capital so spending time here makes for the perfect eco-travel experience as you get a peek of ancient nomadic life.

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A Tourist's Guide to Djibouti

I fly into this seldom visited east African nation. For my first day, I amble around Djibouti City, taking in the sights, sounds and chaos. Day two sees me driving West to Lake Assal, a huge salt lake that is Africa's lowest point.

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Have you ever heard of the country called DJIBOUTI? If not, don't feel embarrassed... because it's a very tiny country on the Horn of Africa that gets minimal tourism -- roughly 70,000 visitors per year.

Over the last 2 days, I have explore every facet of the capital & biggest city called Djibouti City. I find this place to be the most interesting country in Africa.

Here are some of my quick realizations:

- It's VERY EXPENSIVE -- I have spent more than $400 in the last 2 days and I haven't done much other than walk around, take a few taxis, eat 4 meals & sleep (keep in mind my visa was $90 and my hotel was $105).

- Walking around the streets feels very much like France, from the colonization period that started in 1884 and ended in 1977. The people here speak French (first), Arabic (second) and English (third, if any at all).

- There is a LOT OF SECURITY everywhere -- police/military guards standing on every corner (literally) with giant guns strapped to their backs. It is kind of crazy and very intimidating, but safe.

- About a quarter of Djibouti's population (~250,000 people) are living in extreme poverty, which is more extreme than you'd think given that this country is so expensive. A massive contrast between rich & poor.

All of my thoughts on this mysterious country, and more, are in this video. Have you ever been to Djibouti?

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Djibouti: A Travel Diary (2015).

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A travel diary of my trip to one of East Africa's beautiful countries: Djibouti. This video shows places such as: Djibouti City, Kempinski, Lake Assal, 'Arta & Tadjoura.

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I am wrapping up my 2 month trip to 15 countries in Africa - from Swaziland to Somaliland and (literally) every country in between. It has been an incredible and life changing trip, and I am already planning my next one!

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Things to do in Djibouti

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Djibouti is a country in the Horn of Africa. It is bordered by Eritrea in the north, Ethiopia in the west and south, and Somalia in the southeast. The remainder of the border is formed by the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden at the east.

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Travelling should be more than packing bags, travelling long way to a 7star hotel and visiting some of most likely visited tourist destination. According to my idea of holiday, if you have a charged pocket, a desire to taste some adventure (or taste death) then you must visit Somalia. Somalia is on the Horn of Africa, and is bordered by Ethiopia to the west, Djibouti to the north-west, and Kenya on its south-west. On June 21, the US Federal Government has issued a Travel Warning for the country. Travel to Somalia is EXTREMELY NOT recommended as the conflict continues.
Somalia is noted as the world's unsafe travel destination and is one of the most dangerous places on Earth.
Somalia is home to the largest coastline in Africa, good hotel and food bargains and the beautiful mountains. In 2004, Somalia's minister of tourism claimed that the country hadn't had an officially-acknowledged tourist in 14 years. The problem? Civil war and fighting among warlords seeking to gain control of drug and weapons trafficking has left Somalia a burning wreck of what was once a beautiful country.
Since the civil war broke out in 1990, Somalia is divided into no less than two dozen warring groups. The proprietors of most of the Hotels may serve delicious lobster on the roof overlooking the sea, but they also advise that visitors hire at least 10 armed guards to get them from the airport to the hotel. The United States doesn't even operate an embassy in Somalia, so you're truly on your own. Terrorist attacks, cross-border warring and brutal, violent street crime wrack the country on a daily basis. So why would you want to visit Somalia? The answer probably would be adventure.

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1. Somalia is a Muslim country. As such, be sensitive about where you point your camera. There are many great photo opportunities around every corner (the question is usually what to leave out of each image), but when photographing people, always ask first. Don't ever try to take pictures of women, even if you're a woman yourself. This is considered a great offense and can even result in more than a few harsh words. Also don't try to take pictures of anything that looks as if it could be of any strategic importance.
2. Alcohol is prohibited in Somalia and possessing alcohol will get you into a lot of trouble - and never drink and drive.
3. Never discuss religion. Even highly-educated Somalis who studied abroad won't appreciate it and doors will close for you. Also be aware that the Islamic call to prayer happens five times daily and can be heard loudly almost anywhere you go. Just understand that most Somali people are used to it and enjoy it as part of the cultural experience. If you aren't Muslim, it is not expected for you to participate, but you should always sit quietly and respectfully until the prayers end.
4. Do Take care of your clothing as you are visiting a Muslim country.
As with any travel in a war zone, exercise extreme caution. And for a last pray for a safe landing back to your town.

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Lake Assal Djibouti

Lac Assal is most likely the main vacation spot in Djibouti. It is arranged around 40 km from the capital and the actually importance is 'nectar lake'. By and by it is justified regardless of the outing and what you will see must be depicted as sublime. It is the most reduced point on the African mainland with 155 m under the ocean level. That by itself ought to be sufficient to visit this place. In history the Salt Lake has been utilized by numerous convoys and was an outstanding exchanging place for various realms. Nowadays you will even now observe some of these salt troops gathering salt.

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Lake Assal is a cool place to visit without a doubt, yet it won't come shoddy. Djibouti is an exceptionally costly nation to movement. Sustenance, Transportation, and convenience are all more costly than in neighboring nations. Ask any visit organization, and they will cite you a to a great degree high cost only for a short day trek to lake assal. The less expensive choice will take a taxi there. When you read a wide range of things online that you should just take a 4WD auto, however no, you needn't bother with one. you can took a modest, old taxi and it was okay. Also, by modest I mean shabby in Djiboutian guidelines. You composed the taxi a night prior to with the goal that we could leave right on time in the morning. The main value the cabbie cited was walloping $200 (and trust me, this is as yet less expensive than the visits). you can figured out how to get the cost down to $140. In the event that imparting the auto to four individuals, this would be very sensible really – just $35 per individual.


Truly you can't on the off chance that you go there in the mid year in light of the fact that the water is simply unendurably hot. On the off chance that you visit the lake in the 'winter,' you could go swimming there what's more, take a stab at drifting like in the Dead Sea.The drive from Djibouti City to Lake Assal takes around two hours one way. It's smarter to leave as right on time as conceivable to be there before the brutal late morning sun. Take a great deal of water with you in light of the fact that there are no offices or shops anyplace close to the lake. You will require it for drinking as well as likewise to rinse on the off chance that you go swimming (or in the event that you simply get your feet wet as I did). The water is to a great degree salty, and it will hurt in the event that you don't wash it.

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Exploring Lac Abbé in Djibouti

Exploring Lac Abbé in Djibouti, which has been named by Lonely Planet as one of their Best in Travel destinations of 2018. We visited in December 2017.

Lac Abbé was used as a location for the 1968 film Planet of the Apes. With its belching chimneys and steaming hot springs, the salt 'lake' is a suitably apocalyptic setting. It is located on the Ethiopian border in the west of the country. The best time to visit is in the late afternoon to witness the truly magical sunset.


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HELLO!! Sorry you haven’t heard from me in a few days... I’ve been having WAY too much fun on this beautiful (and seriously underrated) island called ZANZIBAR in TANZANIA to kick off my 2 month, 14-country Africa trip.

Did you know that the phrase “Hakuna Matata” (from the Lion King) actually means “No Worries” in Swahili?! Moreover, did you know that Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of Queen, was born and raised here? There’s so much more uniqueness to this island that I can’t wait to share with you!

I’ve spent the last 3 days in Zanzibar with a few of my best friends from home and a new local friend, Mandela. I cannot believe how perfect these white sand beaches are, combined with a very simple life, lots of fresh fruit (PINEAPPLES) and Rastafarian beach parties — I could easily spend a few months here.

In this video, I aim to educate you about the diverse history of Zanzibar, show you some fun activities happening around the island, and tell you what to expect if you are planning to come here.

Have you ever been to Zanzibar?

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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.
Capital: Djibouti
Capital and largest city: Djibouti; 11°36′N 43°10′E / 11.600°N 43.167°E
Currency: Djiboutian franc
Population: 942,333 (2016) World Bank
Recognised national languages: Afar;

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