The beauty of Dahlak Islands
There are around 350 islands in Eritrea, and 200 of them belong to the Dahlak Islands, scattered like a pearl necklace on the vast blue waters of the Red Sea, and are still one of the last unspoiled destinations on Earth. The influence of the Red Sea on the history and development of Eritrea is...
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Highlight of Historical Tour Eritrea, Qohaito site Eritrea
Visit Eritrea & see the amazing sight of Qohaito. Qohaito Archeological Site was a major ancient city in what is now the Debub Region of Eritrea. Mount Emba Soira, Eritrea's highest mountain
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The ancient port city of Adulis
The Ancient Port of Adulis is also known as Adulis, present in Eritrea, an ancient port and historical site. This city is located on the seashore of the Red Sea, and it has the...
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danakil depression
The Danakil depression is in many aspects the most unique of all the tourists’ attractions in Eritrea. Also called Dankalia, it is the hottest region in the world.
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Keren Battle field
Eritrea travel would never be complete without visiting the Zula archeological and Adulis sites. Zula is a small town on the western coast of the Gulf of Zula; it lies on the right bank of the River Aligede and 40 kilometers south of Massawa, a major city. Zula is an important base town for the...
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One Island in Dahlak Archipelago National Park
“The Dahlak Islands or the Dahlak Archipelago is a series of islands which are approximately miles long, situated 12-18 degree North, within the Red Sea.” The nearest islands are not distant from Massawa, from where they can be accessed easily. The temperature of the islands differs from as low as 25 degrees Celsius between Nov and April...
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Nature in the Dahlak Archipelago
Why is the Dahlak Archipelago Famous? The Red Sea, Dahlak Archipelago is one of the richest, cleanest, and most beautiful oceans and the real wealth of Eritrea. The waters of the Red Sea are very narrow and cover a wide range, and it has almost no contact with other oceans, so it is very characteristic...
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