Despite its small size year by year Djibouti is becoming more and more attractive tourist region. The beaches are not overcrowded with holidaymakers, in the central market of the capital, also called Djibouti, you can buy a wide variety of local delicacies and in the morning you can enjoy pink flamingos on the beach. Market and hotel prices in Djibouti are low. There are three national parks in Djibouti where unique patterns of African nature which can be seen only here are fully preserved. Lovers of diving should choose hotels in Djibouti on the coast as there can be found many colorful inhabitants in coral reefs. But the most interesting sight of Djibouti is, of course, Lake Assal the salt concentration in the water of which is as high as 35%. There is not a great choice of hotels in Djibouti and five-star lodging often can not meet such a high rank. Most of the accommodations in Djibouti including cheap hotels are near the beach so hotel price comparison can help to reserve a room overlooking the coast.