The communications and the transportation facilities in Djibouti have contributed to the formation of a firm Djibouti infrastructure. The 100 kilometers stretch of railroad in Djibouti connects the neighboring African nations like Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Yemen to the country. The railroad helps the tourists to reach Djibouti. It also helps in the purpose of export and import of goods to and from Djibouti.
The economy of Djibouti thus takes a firm shape owing to the transportation facility in Djibouti. Djibouti infrastructure is also helped by the two international airports and a port in the country. The port in Djibouti acts as a transit point for the other African nations to export their products. The tax paid by these African nations to Djibouti for the usage of Djibouti port, also strengthens the infrastructure of Djibouti.
Djibouti infrastructure has been further strengthened by the Djibouti communications. The mobile cellular networks have been spread throughout Djibouti. The two satellite earth stations and the submarine cable laid from Djibouti to Jiddah, Sicily, Suez, Marseilles, Singapore and Colombo have contributed largely to the international communications of Djibouti. The land line network communication has also been modernized in Djibouti. The spread of Internet has also contributed to the advanced communication facilities in Djibouti.
The firm infrastructure of Djibouti has helped in the rise of tourism in Djibouti. It has also enhanced the business prospects in Djibouti.