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Useful advice for travelling to Djibouti (DJ)
Djibouti is an authentic African country, beckoning tourists with its numerous water and land entertainment options. Cheap flights to Djibouti promise unlimited possibilities to watch lions, rhinos, monkeys, and other wild animals, offer to take a desert safari trip, and invite you to go diving or wave surfing. After the sun sets, Djibouti guests will be invited for a delicious dinner and some energetic dances. Travelling here is easy, and a carefree holiday is guaranteed.
Preparing for the trip
Before heading out, you should acquire a tourist visa. It will be issued after you submit your application for the country’s embassy in Paris; a travel agency will help you do this if you like. Your visa will be ready in 10 to 14 days.
There is a considerate malaria risk in Djibouti, and you should acquire some medication beforehand. All tourists (older than one year old), who are arriving through territories infected with yellow fever, need to provide a corresponding vaccination certificate. You should consider getting vaccinated against hepatitis A and B, meningitis, and typhoid fever, as well as get re-vaccinated against tetanus and diphtheria if necessary.
Transportation and travel charges
The best way to get better acquainted with Djibouti is to use buses, ferries, ships, and taxis. Usually, rental car services are provided together with a personal driver. Road quality is best in bigger cities.
You can pay for your purchases using official local currency, Djiboutian francs (DJF). One franc is equal to approximately 0.004 euro. Living costs in Djibouti are slightly lower than in Lithuania. For example, you can have lunch in a cheap restaurant for 1500 francs and buy a cappuccino for about 950. In local shops, a 1.5 litre water bottle will cost you 137.50 francs; you can buy one kilogram of rice for about 275 francs, while one kilogram of chicken breast will cost you approximately 1650. Public transport tickets cost about 550 francs, and a one kilometre long taxi ride will cost you about 311.
Best return gifts choices
Beads decorated clothing, bags, wallets, and belts are some of the most popular Djiboutian souvenirs. Fragrant natural incense, hand-woven boxes and rugs, or fresh local coffee will make great return gifts for your loved ones and friends.
Flights to Djibouti provide an amazing opportunity to spend an active holiday full of impressions. Make sure to gather your visa and travel necessities, make sure to get vaccinated, and start a sunny African holiday, packed with safe entertainment and exotic culture exploration with a big smile on your face.
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