The Tadjourah Region is an administrative division of the Republic of Djibouti. The Tadjourah Region of Djibouti is located to the north of the east African country.
The Tadjourah Region in Djibouti is bordered by Eritrea in the north-west. Ethiopia lies to the north of the Tadjourah Region. The southern part is bordered by the Dikhil and Arta Regions of Djibouti. The Obock Region lies to the north-east of Tadjourah Region. The Gulf of Tadjourah forms its south-eastern borders. The capital city of the Tadjourah Region is Tadjourah. Other notable urban settlements in the Tadjourah Region include the cities of Dorra, Balha and Randa.
The Tadjourah Region covers an area of 7,300 square kilometers. The total population of the city is approximately 45,000 individuals. Tadjourah is easily accessible. The traveler could visit the capital city either by boat, dhow or even a short air flight. Tadjourah City is also known as the 'white city' of Djibouti. This is due to the presence of a large number of whitewashed buildings in the Djibouti City. Majority of the population of the Tadjourah Region are connected with marine trade. A large number of Tadjourah residents are fishermen. The clear coastal waters attract marine tourists from all over Africa and the world. There are also pristine sun-kissed beaches in the area.