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Djibouti Travel


Djibouti is now a little country situated in the main Horn of the Africa, which is nowadays bordered by the fellow country of Eritrea at the North, the near – by country of Ethiopia at the Far West and at the South, and with Somalia at the South – East, and the remaining of the little border is mainly formed with the beautiful Red Sea and with the wonderful Gulf of Aden. The country is mainly a stony desert, with scattered plateaus and even some highlands. The capital of the Djibouti country is the little city or town of Djibouti.

Djibouti is almost all the time, very hot and warm throughout the whole year, except for a very short slightly cooler and amazing period, which includes some occasional rainfalls from the month of November to the month of April, and the summer temperatures are often averaging 42ºC, and sometimes there were much further in the early 50's.

Djibouti Travel

There is a very high level of natural humidity in this specific country; the month to necessary avoids being July, when the torrid wind of Khamsin blows with a desolately power across the very unfriendly plains.

The population of Djibouti consists of two major Ethnic Groups: the big Somali group, and the Afar group which they are a nomad population, in special. Djibouti's main religion is the Islam, 94% of the entire population; the places considered holy are world - known as sacred places, and the most spectacular sacred space for the Islam in the country of Djibouti is “The Tomb of the Sheikh Abu Yazid”, which was found in the mighty Goda Mountains. Just like the Islam Religion in other countries, every town and village in Djibouti has a Mosque where all the people go to worship. In this African Country, the French and Arabic are the official languages; the Somali and Afar are spoken too.

The small African Country of Djibouti is mainly an arid highland of some highly volcanic origin with the Mount Ali Moussa (2,038 meters), alternating with some very big and wide depressions, also including the desolating Afar Depression .This is one of the most, or the most inhospitable region in the entire African Continent, which owns the lowest aquatic point on the African Continent in the Lake Assal. Djibouti , in the present days, has no permanent courses of water, only some salty and muddy lakes. Djibouti has, in most of the time, a very inhospitable climate and the lack of water, determines very few crops, which are now limited to a few little oases where there are cultivated several products, fruit and some local vegetables.

The small African Country of Djibouti is mainly an arid highland of some highly volcanic origin with the Mount Ali Moussa (2,038 meters), alternating with some very big and wide depressions, also including the desolating Afar Depression .This is one of the most, or the most inhospitable region in the entire African Continent, which owns the lowest aquatic point on the African Continent in the Lake Assal. Djibouti, in the present days, has no permanent courses of water, only some salty and muddy lakes. Djibouti has, in most of the time, a very inhospitable climate and the lack of water, determines very few crops, which are now limited to a few little oases where there are cultivated several products, fruit and some local vegetables.

The Djiboutian Nation has a very good and important capacity of openness and even adaptation, and has succeeded to make an identity and personality on the grounds of the tourism, the service economy, culture and even in human resources. The Tourism Domain could be a very important source of hard cash income, knowing how interesting the geological and all the natural phenomena, and also the important salt depressions are.

At seven hours flight from the European Continent, right at the junction of the African Continent, the Middle East and the Indian Ocean, the Republic of Djibouti has some indisputable Tourist Assets such as: the sea depth of an exceptional richness (natural richness), impressive landscapes, which can provide home for men and women of a savage beauty. There is a paradise for all the important photographers because of the abundance of fauna and flora in the heavenly Gulf of Tadjourah . The Reefs are considered among the most beautiful jewels of the tropical underwater world. Scuba diving and even fishing are one of the main attractions for the tourists, especially for the western tourists.

 
 
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