LIVEABOARD DIVING IN Djibouti

LIVEABOARD DIVING IN Djibouti
Dive into Djibouti: Uncover the underwater wonders of the Red Sea with liveaboard diving cruises
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Whale Sharks
Coral Gardens
Shipwrecks

Djibouti, a small nation on the Horn of Africa, offers some of the most unique and diverse diving experiences in the world. Nestled at the mouth of the Red Sea, its waters are a convergence point for marine species from different ecosystems, creating an underwater haven for divers. From the renowned Djibouti liveaboard diving trips that take you to remote islands to the spectacular diving sites teeming with marine life, this country is a treasure trove waiting to be explored. The blend of African and Arabian cultures on land complements the rich and vibrant life beneath the waves, making Djibouti a fascinating destination for liveaboard diving cruises

 

When To Go Dive in Djibouti

The ideal time for liveaboard diving trips in Djibouti is between November and February when sea temperatures hover around 25°C to 29°C (77°F to 84°F). The general visibility during these months can range from 10 to 30 meters (33 to 98 feet), offering clear views of the diverse marine life and corals. Currents vary by dive site, from gentle flows in sheltered areas to strong currents around the Seven Brothers islands, catering to different levels of diving experience
Water temperature
°CF
26 C
 
Jan
26 C
 
Feb
26 C
 
Mar
28 C
 
Apr
30 C
 
May
30 C
 
Jun
29 C
 
Jul
29 C
 
Aug
30 C
 
Sep
30 C
 
Oct
28 C
 
Nov
27 C
 
Dec

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Elegante
Nov 2019 6N trip
1. I arrived in the afternoon and they arranged a car to reach the boat with extra charge. I missed first day's check dive and night dive. Consider this to choose your airline. 2. Whale sh... Read more
arks are natural wonders. The boat people picked up correct timing and place to observe whale sharks, and all the guests could enjoy swimming with this gentle creatures. 3. Morning snack with briefing - diving - normal breakfast - diving or snorkeling - lunch - move to other site or diving or snorkeling - afternoon snack - night dive - dinner, was usual flow of the day. 4. On the last two days, it rained. My cabin had leakage, thus I couldn't sleep well as the half of my body became wet. Boat was not a huge one, so it is difficult to find dry place to sleep on. 5. The land excursion with extra charge: Lac Assal (salt lake) and volcano area. good choice to spend one half day. 6. I stayed at a hotel for one night after finishing this trip. They arranged transfer to the airport on next day with extra charge.
K. Minkyung
2019-11-26
Elegante
Thanks for a wonderful holiday!
Luca and all the crew were very friendly and helpful and made sure everyone had a good time on board. The food was excellent - and there was so much of it!
N. Catherine
2018-11-13