There are no direct flights for Djibouti at present from the United Kingdom. Leading airlines operating flights to Djibouti from major airports in the UK offer connecting flights only. Airlines such as Qatar Airways, Air France, Turkish Airlines, and Ethiopian Airlines are the major operators of indirect flights. Even if you cannot get a direct flight, you can get the shortest connecting flight available for the route. Contact TravelHouseUK via phone or Facebook to see what options are waiting for you.
Djibouti is a year-round destination for quality tourism, but did anyone tell you that it gets less crowded during October? And that January (from the second week) to March is also considered to be the shoulder season? As far as airfares are concerned, you may expect a reasonable price during these periods, and accommodations can be had somewhat cheaper as well. To keep track of the ever-changing fares, and more importantly, flash sales and last-minute discounts, stay in touch with your travel agent at TravelHouseUK. You can reach them on the phone or Facebook. An easier way to get fare alerts and updates is to sign up for our newsletter.
Yes, cheap flights to Djibouti are definitely available with Qatar Airways. Being the leading airline for this route, Qatar Airways offers flights from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Birmingham. A return-ticket for Djibouti can cost around 815 GBP if you travel alone from London Gatwick in Economy Class. As prices fluctuate constantly, you need to speak with one of our travel agents to find an even lower price for a flight to Djibouti with Qatar Airways.
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The main international airport serving the region is Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport, also known by its IATA code JIB. There is only one terminal at Djibouti Airport. Arriving passengers will have to hail a taxi from outside the airport to reach their hotel in the city, which is only 6 kilometres away.
Lake Assal: Lake Assal is among the saltiest lakes in the world. The salt crystals form a lattice at the base of the lake-bed forming these vast intricate patterns. Everything floats in these waters and if you take a dip, a slippery layer of salt would form over your skin as the water drys away. Some think that these waters are therapeutic.
Lake Abbe: The limestone chimneys at Lake Abbe are a wonder of nature. Thousands of chimneys jut out of the flat plain around Lake Abbe. The chimneys actually are solidifying vents made of limestone around the volcanic apertures.
Khor Ambado Beach: This is a reclusive beach in Djibouti. It is kept clean and can be easily accessed by a car. Diners in the area prepare amazing foods for the tourist to delight over.
Moucha Island: It is a coral island, almost uninhabited, situated in the Gulf of Tadjoura, which is some distance from the Djibouti coastline. It is best visited in summer when the population increases on the island. Different shades of blue, complemented by a rich sandy texture, sum up the beauty of Moucha Island.