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The town of Ali Sabieh, with the red mountains in the distance

Tourist attractions in Djibouti include islands and beaches in the Gulf of Tadjoura and the Bab al-Mandab.[1]

Tourist attractions

At Goubbet al Kharab, near the western end of the Gulf of Tadjoura, there are steep cliffs and a bay that was turned dark green by black lava. A number of active volcanoes are located inland from here. Another popular tourist attraction is the Day Forest National Park for conserving rare trees on Mount Goda. Near the town of Ali Sabieh are famously red mountains and a national park full of many gazelles.[1]

Tourist information

Passports and visas are required for travel in Djibouti. In 1998, roughly 21,000 tourists visited Djibouti. The US government estimated the average cost of staying per day in Djibouti City in 2001 at $229, depending upon the quality of hotels. This is compared to overnight stays in other areas, however, sometimes as low as $80.[1]




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