Cheap Flights To Djibouti

Cheap flights to Djibouti from London, Heathrow with Kenya Airways

London, Heathrow -- Nairobi
Nairobi -- Djibouti
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£ 504


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from London, Heathrow with Ethiopian

London, Heathrow -- Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa -- Djibouti
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£ 685


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from London, Heathrow with Emirates

London, Heathrow -- Dubai
Dubai -- Djibouti
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£ 672


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from Manchester,UK with Ethiopian

Manchester,UK -- Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa -- Djibouti
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£ 695


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from Manchester,UK with Kenya Airways

Manchester,UK -- Nairobi
Nairobi -- Djibouti
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£ 713


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from Birmingham,UK with Emirates

Birmingham,UK -- Dubai
Dubai -- Djibouti
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£ 774


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from Birmingham,UK with Ethiopian

Birmingham,UK -- Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa -- Djibouti
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£ 695


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from Birmingham,UK with Kenya Airways

Birmingham,UK -- Nairobi
Nairobi -- Djibouti
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£ 720


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Cheap flights to Djibouti from London, Heathrow with Turkish Airlines

London, Heathrow -- Istanbul
Istanbul -- Djibouti
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£ 699


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Travel guide:

Djibouti is a beautiful city, located in the Horn of Africa, where you can experience the desert life. There are many islands, lakes, parks, restaurants, and markets as well.

Once you set off your cheap flights to Djibouti, you can have an experience of Nomadic life. You can enjoy many water-based activities such as swimming, snorkeling, and surfing. Or you can enjoy hiking and rock climbing at Goda Mountains, and Garbi Mountain. It is a perfect place for spending weekends with family and friends.

How is weather like in Djibouti?

Djibouti has a semiarid climate. There are mainly two seasons; a dry and a cool season. The dry season is from May to October, while November to April is a cool season. It increases from March, and the heat becomes intense until the month of May. The summer season begins in June which continues until September. The spring season starts from March and ends in the month of May. The humidity and temperatures combine to make this season feel warm.

What is the best time to fly to Djibouti?

If you are planning your trip to Djibouti, then it is a good idea to spend a few minutes considering when would be the best time for setting off your cheap flights to Djibouti.

Peak season:

The peak season sits in January, followed by November and December for tourism in Djibouti. So expect a price hike for hotels and flights, but if you are willing to visit Djibouti during the peak season, then it is better to book in advance. It’s a good time for general outdoor tourist activities.

March through May is the second busiest months for tourism. Because the weather is mostly clear and there is a lot of sunshine, which makes it a good time for those who are looking for things to do there.

The best time to set off your cheap flights to Djibouti runs from December to February. This is the least hot time of the year. Moreover, November and March are also acceptable months. It can be a great way to save money because flights and hotels are often cheaper at this time. You can enjoy more with a little budget. But remember that certain attractions may be closed or have limited hours during this time period, so booking in advance is advisable.

If you are looking for the warm time to visit Djibouti, then plan your trip during June, July, and then August. Or you can also plan your trip from November to January because these are perfect months for outdoor activities.

Offseason:

The off-season typically sits somewhere the month of August. June through August is a fairly slow season with tourists due to the scorching heat. But you can also plan a trip to Djibouti in the low tourist season because during these months there are fewer crowds, prices drop, accommodations are great in number, most flights and hotels often offer cheap packages. So you can enjoy the trip even with a little budget.

What to pack:

Once you plan to set off your cheap flights to Djibouti, don't forget to pack a light sweatshirt for the evening, sun hat, desert turban, hiking shoes, a scarf, and sunscreen. It would be better to avoid shorts and miniskirts.

Best time to book:

The best time to book a flight to Djibouti is from November to January. And you’ll find the cheapest flights from London to Djibouti around November. It is better to reserve your flight tickets a few months earlier. The survey report shows that Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays are often the best days to book flights from London to Djibouti while cheapest day to fly from London to Djibouti is Monday and Friday.

Flight duration:   

The flight distance from London to Djibouti is approximately 5,906.67 kilometers. And the average flight duration from London to Djibouti is approximately 7 hours and 49 minutes.

Getting to and around the city of Djibouti:

Get in:

There are two ways to enter the city, by plane or by road, in both cases you need to have a visa. If you plan to visit by road, you can enter the city by car, bus, boat, and by train.

Get around:

You can use a taxi or bicycle to get around the city. You also have the option of walking around like a local.

Attractions:

Djibouti offers you a chance to enjoy and have lifelong memories of the vacation. There are islands, lakes, parks, monuments, and many other tourist attractions.

You can visit Lake Assal, Moucha Island, Maskali Islands, Khor Ambado Beach, and La Siesta plage (beach). Or you can enjoy hiking and rock climbing at Mabla Mountains or Garbi Mountains. You can also visit Goda Mountain, Mousa Ali Mountain, Boura Mountain, and Ardoukoba Mountains.

You can visit Day Forest National Park, or Hamoudi Mosque, and Ardoukoba. If you want to see wild animals, you can visit DECAN Wildlife Refuge. You can visit Grand Barafor a perfect desert experience. You can buy local items from the People's Palace and central market.

Events:

Djibouti celebrates a number of Islamic and Christian events throughout the year, among them the most famous are Ramadan and Christmas which are celebrated with fervor and enthusiasm. The fixed holidays include New Year's, Labor Day, and Independence Day.

Insider information:

Here is the general information about the Djibouti city that can help you when you are there. Don’t set off on your own and be particularly alert for pickpockets and theft, while walking around the city. It is better to avoid traveling alone to isolated places, and walking around after dark on your own is not safe.

Make sure to look like a tourist. Because if you wear a military dress, they will think you work for any of the army bases and you will need accreditation.

It is better to exchange your currency because credit cards are not widely accepted in hotels, restaurants, and shops.

Enjoy your trip!

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