The Aquarium Tropical de Djibouti is also worth paying a visit while on a tour to Djibouti. It is supposed to be a haven for the marine treasures of the Red Sea. Beaches of Djibouti are major attractions for visitors, who come to explore this east African country from all over the world. The exotic location of the beaches of Djibouti is highly appealing to the visitors. The vast expanse of the sandy beaches along the sea coast really attracts the visitors to spend an ideal holiday with family and friends.
The quality of sand in the beaches of Djibouti varies from one place to the other. While some beaches have white sand, some have dark while some other consists of volcanic rock features. The beach of Tadjourah has extensive tract of white sandy areas. Beach of Obock on the other hand, consists of dark sand and the Gouber El Kharab beach has rocks of volcanic origin.
Small restaurants are found alongside the beaches, from where tourists can avail variety of snacks. During special occasions, these beaches get overcrowded with tourists enjoying the variety of foods, drinks and beach music.
The number of water sports organized along the beaches also pull millions of visitors. Diving, snorkeling, and surfing are the major sports.
Lake Abbe is a major tourist attraction in Djibouti. It is an isolated steaming lake surrounded by limestone chimneys and a lunar-esque landscape.
One can also visit the Goda Mountains that rise to a height of 1750meters. The Mountains are a natural oddity and home to the only national park in the country, Foret du Day National Park. The park is a haven for people with a love for adventure; hiking in the place is world-famous.
The best place for accommodation while on a visit to Djibouti is the Djibouti Sheraton that offers the best ambiance to relax and enjoy the luxury and comfort of the fantastic beach resort. To reach the Destinations of Djibouti, several airlines operate from the Djibouti-Ambouli International Airport, buses and taxis are also available along with car rental and ferry services at L'Escale.