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Republic of Djibouti Africa Djibouti 810,179 inhabitants 23,200 sq km 34.92 inhabitants/sq km Djiboutian francs (DJF) population evolution

Top tourist attractions in Djibouti

Here is a list of top tourist attractions in Djibouti. Only the topmost tourist destinations are presented here. To see other destinations, please check the images from Djibouti section.

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Lake Abbe

Salt Lake

Lake Abbe, also known as Lake Abhe Bad, is a salt lake, lying on the Ethiopia-Djibouti border. It is one of a chain of six connected lakes, which also includes lakes Gargori, Laitali, Gummare, Bario and Afambo.

Day Forest National Park

Protected Site

Day Forest National Park is a national park in the Goda Mountains of Djibouti. It protects an important forest island in a sea of semi-desert, with four dominant species: Juniperus procera, Olea africana, Buxus hildebrantii, and Tarchonanthus camphoratus. This is the largest forest in Djibouti. Area of the whole forest is approximately 13 900 ha. The most valuable part of national park is 900 ha large stand of East African junipers Juniperus procera which grows in the heights above 950 m. Junipers here reach height of 20 m. The forest as a whole has been under long-term environmental threat: 88 percent of the Day Forest has been lost in the last two centuries, and more than 20 percent of the loss has occurred in the last 50 years.