Not just breathtaking volcanic scenery and surreal lunar landscapes travelled by the fascinating salt caravans of the Afar nomads. Djibouti also offers a marine world to explore, with magnificent seabeds, white beaches and islands surrounded by a colourful coral reef.
In the heart of the Gulf of Tadjoura, south of the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, the enchanting island of Moucha is home to a marine reserve where fishing is prohibited. The coral reef that surrounds the island is home to a lively and varied fish fauna, with clown fish, barracuda, mullet, groupers and moray eels, but for those who choose to spend a day in this natural paradise, nothing will be more satisfying than the absolute relaxation guaranteed by the magic of quiet and solitary white beaches.
The island of Moucha, where you can relax on the white sandy beaches.