Djibouti has the potential of tourism attractions and its unique geostrategic location which enables the country to act as a bridge between Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Tourist in Djibouti is an industry that generates 40,000 and 50,000 arrivals per year and this has contributed to the country’s development in terms of income generating.
Djibouti has a number of local attractions, consisting of historical sites, beaches, mountain ranges.
Djibouti offers ready access to some of the best scuba diving sites in the world which combined with the vast variety of ocean life in the Red Sea, including coral reefs, means Djibouti has the potential to become a leading marine tourism destination.
The country possesses the potential to become very popular among tourists who seek to relieve stress as the country has many beautiful lakes such as Lake Assal, which is the world’s third largest saltwater lake. In addition, Djibouti benefits from a pleasant climate all year around.
The vast expanse of the sandy beaches along the sea coast is a popular holiday destination for families. The best time to visit Djibouti is any time between November – mid-April, as at this time the weather is quite pleasant and is perfect for a leisure trip.
Ministry of Tourism
The Ministry of Tourism is the authority responsible for overseeing tourism in Djibouti.
Tourism in Djibouti has been summarized to include the following;
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