Djibouti is famous for the annual whaleshark sightings. Each year, these magnificent creatures are spotted in the Bay of Tadjoura from late October to mid February. Grab your snorkel and fins - whalesharks are waiting for you! Divers and snorkeler ...Read More
Elegante is a beautiful, wooden gulet that spends the winter season in Djibouti diving with whalesharks. Djibouti is far from the beaten track yet for those few divers that venture here each year, the rewards are enormous! From October until the end ...Read More
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Save £350 Djibouti is all about awesome whaleshark encounters and Lucy introduces a new standard of liveaboard to this region. On arrival in Djibouti you will be met by our representative and transferred to your liveaboard. You will be require ...Read More
13 Jan 2017
When to go?
The whalehark season in Djibouti is short, starting mid September until January. The water is warm and calm in the Bay at this time of year. After January, the main focus of the trip will be the reef diving. As most of the whaleshark encounters are made snorkeling, this is a great holiday for non divers too.
Djibouti has some classic Red Sea species as well as other fish from the Indian Ocean.
Top dive sites to visit: Ras Korali Ridge, Ghoubet el Karab, Ras Eiro, Escape Beach, Ghoubet Pass
Scuba Travel Tips
While you are off gasing why not take up the chance to go on an optional trip to the Salt Flats and Lake Assal. Make sure your passport is valid for 6 months from your return date.
Djibouti is certainly off the beaten track for most travellers but if you are a scuba diver on the look out for a liveaboard holiday with a difference, Djibouti has to be on your holiday wish list! Effectively closing the Red Sea, Djibouti has become a stop o ...Read More
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