What you will do
From October to February, huge numbers of whale sharks gather in the Gulf of Tadjoura to feed, putting on a wonderful show for divers
Djibouti offers and incredibly rich coral reef inhabited by sharks, manta rays, turtles, tunas, groupers, barracudas, dolphins and incredibly colourful nudibranchs and reef fish
Hammerhead sharks, whitetip reef sharks, tiger sharks and grey reef sharks can be seen swimming in the waters of Djibouti
The Red Sea is home to these friendly creatures who love to swim with divers
Running into beautiful sea turtles is very common in these warm waters
Manta And Mobula Rays
These elegant creatures wind their way through these waters
Between the Ras Siyyan peninsula and the Seven Brothers Islands lies the Dama Bianca wreck, an uknown ship that sunk many years ago
Temperatures, what to visit,
flora and fauna, how to get there,
culture and cuisine, safety
My first cruise
Matteo from Rome, November 5, 2017
This was my first time going on a cruise. Diving with whale sharks is the coolest thing ever. The guides were great, the food was delicious and Djibouti is just beautiful…
Ornella from Bologna, December 24, 2017
Amazing!!! Way better than staying stranded in a resort somewhere! We ate great food and our guides were super professional and fun. I highly recommend diving with whale sharks to all diving enthusiasts..
A unique experience!!!
Francesco from Palermo, May 19, 2016
Great on board service, dives and excursions in a wonderful country! You can choose from so many different things to do and foods to eat… it’s just awesome!