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Tourists’ attractions in Eritrea have started attracting tourists from across the world. Travel to Eritrea has not been very easy previously. More recently, by the government’s efforts and Eritrea’s increasing popularity among the tourists for its natural beauty, cultural and archeological sites, more and more international airlines have started their flight services. So, what are
Eritrea has the second highest density of ancient archeological sites in Africa after the Nile Valley. There are about 2000 identified archeological sites, and still many more remain to be discovered and excavated. Among these the archeological sites of Adulis, Qohaito, Keskese, Tekhonda’e (or Toconda), and Metera Located in Debub region of southern Eritrea, Qohaito
Eritrea travel would never be complete without visiting the archeological sites of Adulis and Zula. 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
Are you planning to Travel to Eritrea? Eritrea is one of the most unique countries in the world. The country is located in the horn of Africa. But, Eritrea is not just another African country. You will find a tinge of Arabian culture because of its broad shores facing the Middle East. It has blend
Afar Triangle or Afar Depression
Monday, 17 February 2020 / Published in Archaeology sites, Danakil Desert
The Danakil depression is in many aspects the most unique of all of tourists’ attractions in Eritrea. Also called Dankalia, it is the hottest region in the world. Its weather, water scarcity, and soil composition make it one of the most inhospitable places on the planet. But, wait a minute; this description although very true
If you are planning your travel to Eritrea, you must think of visiting the ancient port of Adulis. 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 best archaeological significance. It has become a
Dahlak-Archipelago
Friday, 14 February 2020 / Published in Natural beauty beaches, Traditional tourist
“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
The ancient port city of Adulis
Wednesday, 20 March 2019 / Published in Archaeology sites, Mountains and forests
One day in the 7th Century AD a great earthquake in the Red Sea rocked the sea bed and created a tsunami so powerful that it travelled over six kilometers inland and completely wiped off from the face of the earth the ancient African city of Adulis, capital of Punt, “Land of the Gods” or
Asmera city capital of Eritrea
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 / Published in Archaeology sites, Mountains and forests
Asmara Things to see and do in Eritrea – Asmara there are few cities so suited to the simple pleasure of walking and exploring as Asmara. The climate is perfect, the streets are clean, refreshment is widespread, crime is very rare, the architecture is stunning, the distances are manageable, the sights are varied, and the
Eritrea Steam locomotive trains
Sunday, 20 January 2019 / Published in Archaeology sites
The legacy of the Italians in Building one of the finest road and railway structures in Eritrea, East Africa is untold. Their feat of engineering in Railroad is demonstrated when they managed to build the railway from a Zero Sea level to an altitude of 2400 meters above. It is quite amazing. They also build,

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