Country 23/196: Djibouti
Destinations: Lake Assal and Djibouti
Dates: From 8th to 10th of October
We always try to visit the country’s Nr. 1 attraction, but sometimes it can’t be done because it’s too dangerous or too far from the airport and sometimes we do visit the place but we end up kinda disappointed since the place looks much better on the internet. Well, this time we managed to visit the country’s top attraction and we weren’t disappointed at all! Moreover, the famous Lake Assal is WAY more stunning than on the internet. We were overwhelmed. Lake Assal is actually a saline crater lake, which lies 155 m below the sea level. The lake is known as the world’s largest salt reserve and is considered a national treasure. We’d say so – its salty white shores and crystal clear turquoise waters are truly breathtaking. ♥
We were staying in the country’s capital – Djibouti and we loved the city’s sights, food, and its laid-back vibe.
Djibouti, it was our utmost pleasure!!! 🙂
♥ Honeymoon in Djibouti? Considering that it offers one of the most beautiful sights ever, it might be a great destination for an adventurous honeymoon.
Found lots of LOVE in Djibouti. 😉 ♥
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