Touted as Africa’s Dubai, Djibouti is filled with perplexing landscapes meriting inclusion in The Planet of the Apes. Chimneys steaming hot air from underground volcanic lava, tectonic plates that clash and whale sharks in season. A small spec of a country in the Gulf of Aden waiting to be discovered by the avid explorers.
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The 20 least visited countries in the world receive less than 0.1% of the travelers. There is still a lot to be discovered!
Ever wondered what there is to see in Djibouti? See my 4-day itinerary here
Starting in Bora Bora and the Cook islands and crossing the Pacific, Asia, Europe and the US I ended the year in Namibia, Africa. All continents covered in 2015
I visit one of the undiscovered gems of Djibouti, the 3rd lowest point on Earth with the highest concentration of water after one in Antarctica and dive in to float in the peace of the desert
Only 5h from Djibouti City we find the otherworldly landscapes of Lake Abbe. Limestone chimneys releasing steam from hot springs and the set of the original The Planet of the Apes
A country so incredible yet so unknown. Don’t make the mistakes I did or miss out. Fond out everything you need to know here
I travel to one of the least visited countries in the world and discover that it is a beautiful place suffering from the side effects of a dramatic military presence.
As always, my plans for the year in travel include a host of random, incongruent and remote destinations with a luxury twist. If it isn’t out of the ordinary, it is unlikely to feature on my plan!