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Business class flights to Djibouti

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About Business class flights to Djibouti


Djibouti City, the capital of Djibouti, has evolved into a thriving destination and its strategic location and busy port should be given credit for it. It is a significant development for the city which was battered French outpost during the late 20th century. Foreign investment has injected fresh blood into its economy and a number development projects could be a fine testimony to the fact. Despite changes in its skyline the city remains a small town at heart. Opening of hotels, bars and nightspots slowly but steadily making it a tourist favourite and thus increasing demand for business class flights to Djibouti.

Useful Information

  • Djibouti is very hot during summers from May to September. The months from November to June are coolest and good for outdoor activities.
  • The tourists should be careful while visiting outside the confines of the city for the fear of getting robbed.
  • Djibouti is a predominantly Islamic country so travellers shouldn’t do anything that violates Islamic values.

Its infrastructure may have gone under transformation but it is not the infrastructure that draws people towards Djibouti, but interesting hinterland does. Most of the tourists arrive here to explore beautiful hinterlands of Djibouti. While on tours to city the travellers should explore interesting allures the city has on offer. During their trip one should visit European Quarters where Place du 27 Juin 1977 (Place Ménélik) is major attraction. The vast square is a fine blend of Arabian and European architectures and is lined with cafes, restaurants, bars and other public amenities. African Quarter is another place which should be part of your trip. The mammoth Place Mahmoud Harbi (Place Rimbaud) is one of the most iconic buildings in the city. The area is surrounded by cafes and shops making it a tourist favourite. Those who love walking should take a stroll along the harbour of L’Escale and pass through presidential palace and little marina which house a number of boats. In addition the city has a good number of accommodation and dining options to keep travellers engaged during their stay.

Djibouti Flights

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  • Average Flight Duration: 10 hrs 30 mins

Business class flights to Djibouti