Djibouti Daily Tour

Land program for groups
September 2016 - May 2017, starting every day in Djibouti city

Day 1: Visit South circuit and Sunset in Lac Abbeh
Morning after breakfast, drive to the South. The Southern part of the Republic of Djibouti, (which Arta Village, Grand & Petit Bara and Ali Sabieh are part of it), is the most Desert area of the country. Also mountainous as well as the Northern part of Djibouti but the colours of the mountains are different – reddish in the South and greens in the North.
After visiting the desert of Grand & Petit Bara, you drive to Ali Sabieh for lunch and for visiting the town too. Afterwards, you drive to Lac Abbeh and stop for small break in Dikhil.

You visit the chimneys and you explore the area until the sunset. And it’s the end of the tour of the day, and then dinner. Sometimes, after dinner, real nomad folkloric dance is organized for tourists, not always!!!

After dinner is your own time. Overnight: Lac Abbeh tourist camp (1 night) (B)

Day 2: Sunrise in Lac Abbeh & Visit Lac Assal and surroundings
The wakeup call for the sunrise is early in the morning. You drive to the chimney’s area for sunrise, visit hot springs and Pink flamingos at the lake.
After visiting and exploring Lac Abbeh, back to tourist camp for breakfast, drive back to Dikhil for lunch, en route you stop in Kouta Bouya to visit the village, after lunch at La Palmeraie, you drive to Lac Assal to visit the lowest point in Africa. En route, you stop for visiting scenic views of Canyon and faults; part of the Danakil depression. THE LAC ASSAL” or Bahr al Assal in Arabic, the sea of honey (153 m below sea level) is located 107 kms west of Djibouti town. After visiting Lac Assal & surroundings, drive to Goubet camp for dinner and overnight. Overnight: Goubet tourist camp (1 night) (B)

Day 3: Visit Ardoukoba area, Djibouti city tour & airport transfer
Morning after breakfast, drive to Ardoukoba area to visit the part of Danakil depression in Djibouti. The last big volcano eruption in Djibouti was Ardoukoba which means in Afar “flooding”. It happened in November 1978. Right now there is no active volcano in Djibouti, but the extension of the Danakil depression is in Eritrea and in Ethiopia, over there, the volcano Ertale is active.
After visiting Ardoukoba region, drive back to Djibouti city for lunch and sightseeing in the afternoon. You will be transferred to the airport for your evening flight to Addis Abeba.

End of tour.