Overview
The government of Djibouti is giving priority to the development of the local tourism industry so that the country can win its fair share of the millions of visitors each year from around the world who want to experience first hand some of the very special places that abound on the African continent.

The tourism industry in Djibouti is serviced by both local and international operators. The capital city is served by international airlines. Some airports also provide charter services allowing visitors to access remote parts of the country not serviced by scheduled airlines. While the cost of getting to Djibouti from Europe, Asia or America is relatively high, local travel costs range from very cheap to deluxe on international scales. International car rental companies are represented.

Some of the large American and European hotel chains have a foothold in Djibouti. Standards of establishments and service range from international six star ratings to, quite simply, primitive. New tourism and leisure facilities are being developed. Djibouti has diplomatic representation from several countries.

Using the drop-down menus at the top of this page, you can explore the African Travel Industry in much more detail and search our directories of tourism companies and organisations, projects and facilities. If your organisation is part of the industry, then we encourage you to check that your company is listed in our organisation directory and, if not, use the online update facility to record your details. You should also E-mail your news releases to MBendi. Our daily E-mail African Business News service carries travel industry news along with news from other sectors. You can also find or advertise industry investment opportunities on the Business opportunities section of the MBendi website.

The MBendi Travel section of the MBendi website provides visitors the opportunity to plan their holidays and business trips to all African countries, and increasingly the rest of the world, by providing directories of more than 8,000 accommodation establishments, restaurants, event venues and tourist attractions. We expect this number to grow rapidly as owners, managers and visitors add details of other tourist facilities using the interactive features of the website.

MBendi’s website and newsletters are used by an international audience of more than half a million people each month and our advertising options provide an inexpensive way to reach this audience.

The business section of the MBendi website provides extensive background information on Africa and its countries and industries.

Shaun Bakamoso

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