Ali Sabeih is a city in Djibouti. Its name means "city of frogs" in Arabic.
Ali Sabieh at first glance is terribly nondescript in nature, however a discerning visitor should be able to unearth the latent charm of the region and feast on its wild spirit. Here are some of the characteristics, attractions and accommodation options of this little known albeit unconventionally beautiful Djibouti region.
Ali Sabieh is located in the southern region of Djibouti and is a barren mass of narrow alleys and blocks of slum-like structures along with a breathtaking desert landscape and Africa’s famous rudimentary appeal. The region shares its border with Somalia on the eastern side and with Ethiopia on the Southern end. The Ali Sabieh city is the capital of Ali Sabieh region. There are innumerable street markets and food stalls in the town region along with a host of natural getaways. The region is extremely innate in nature and has no fancy leisure touristy spots. This is authentic, unadorned and rustic Africa, take it or leave it. The main revenue grosser of the region is rugged adventure tourism and the land is known for its coarse paths and tough walking trails. There are also several mining quarries of limestone and clay.