Once touched by Africa, few of us remain the same...
Discover the beauty of Djibouti. Whether it is a diving course, a trip to a natural destination with a local guide or renting a car and exploring the surroundings on your own... experience the extraordinary...dive in the Red Sea!
Swimming with the whale sharks - a truly unique experience!
Djibouti is amongst the few places where whale sharks are known to visit on an annual basis. If you are looking for an extraordinary idea for your trip, we might just have a great idea for you: Swim with the whale sharks of the coast of Djibouti.
The lowest point of Africa at 155m below sea level, Lac Assal is the most saline body of water in the world, ten times saltier than the ocean. Only two hour drive from Djibouti City, located in an impressing landscape surrounded by inactive volcanoes, hot springs and lava fields.
Under Water world
Snorkeling and diving in this truly unique ecosystem where the waters of Red Sea and Indian Ocean meet. Diving in an unexplored underwater world with the guidance of experienced divers from the Lagon Bleu Diving Center directly linked to Djibouti Palace Kempinski.
Volcanic Crater… dormant giants
The Ardoukoba Volcano is located 100 km West of Djibouti City. During the eruption of 1978 the dormant giant produced a lot of lava streams which were flowing down to the Red Sea. Since then, you can see a small cinder cone on the top...
Tadjourah… the white town and a surprise right from the start
The “city of the seven mosques” with its white buildings was built a very long time ago. Based on fishing and trade from its beginning to nowadays.
Lac Abbe… a unique dantesque scenery.
Enjoy this unusual decor. A landscape, like a fantasy land, with hundreds of clay chimneys, needle shaped, from one or two meters high. Do not miss the deep green grass growing next to the hot springs and the hundreds of flamingos, ibises and pelicans practicing their mating rituals.
Djibouti Palace Kempinski Djibouti
Ilot Du Heron,P.O. Box 1960, Djibouti +253 21 32 5555