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The beauty of Dahlak Islands

More than 350 islands in Eritrea (more than 200 of them belong to the Dahlak Islands), scattered like a pearl necklace on the vast blue waters of the Red Sea, are still one of the last untapped places. in the world. The influence of the Red Sea on the history and development of Eritrea is very important. The name Eritrea comes from the ancient Greek word “red”, named after the waters of the “Eritrean Sea”.

Today, it provides Eritreans with an important maritime connection with the outside world and provides a pleasant holiday destination for Eritreans. The visitors are the same. A diving paradise, a water wonderland. Beautiful corals, Eritrean Islands Since the ancient Egyptians invaded Dahlak, the pearl fishing industry in Dahlak has flourished.

When the largest island, Dahlak Kebir (approximately 60 kilometers wide) was the main Pearl Harbor in the southern Red Sea, it controlled the Ottoman Empire. There is a cemetery with Kufic inscriptions and old water tanks. The residents of Dahlak solved the problem of drinking water by carving large cisterns in the rock, each of which has daily rations for settlement.

Dahlak Islands

More than 350 islands in Eritrea (more than 200 of them belong to the Dahlak Islands), scattered like a pearl necklace on the vast blue waters of the Red Sea, are still one of the last untapped places. In the world.

The influence of the Red Sea on the history and development of Eritrea is very important. The name Eritrea comes from the ancient Greek word “red”, named after the waters of the “Eritrean Sea”.
Today, it provides Eritreans with an important maritime connection with the outside world and provides a pleasant holiday destination for Eritreans and turis from other country. A diving paradise, a water wonderland

Beautiful corals, Eritrean Islands Since the ancient Egyptians invaded Dahlak, the pearl fishing industry in Dahlak has flourished. When the largest island, Dahlak Kebir (approximately 60 kilometers wide) was the main Pearl fishing in the southern Red Sea, it controlled the Ottoman Empire.

There is a cemetery with Kufic inscriptions and old water tanks. The residents of Dahlak solved the problem of drinking water by carving large cisterns in the rock, each of which has daily rations for settlement. Every day of the year is engraved with a water tank. This is the originality of mankind in this harsh environment.

This is an extraordinary achievement of mankind, but for some reason, it has not been used for many centuries. Among the more than 1,000 species of fish or subspecies in the Red Sea, only 15% are not found elsewhere. Only some corals and echinoderms are found here, such as some starfish.


The current record of coral fish includes 40 species of 24 families in the pressure coral zone near Massawa and 49 species on the outer coral reefs such as angelfish, parrotfish, barracuda, porcupine fish, surgeonfish, shark, tuna, coral, etc. More than 250 kinds of branches. Zulskiy Bay from the coast of Anul Lee Dahlak Kebir is the island of Dissei and consists of the Dissei Strait.

The beach is so peaceful and secluded that when an island village is in a wide sandy bay, it is like a settlement for forgotten shipwreck survivors. These huts were built of driftwood and hung on old fishing nets, giving the impression that this is a community of dozens of Crusoe Robinson’s. Turtles in the Dahlak Islands of Eritrea (exploring Eritrea) are also likely to sea turtles. “Especially falcons, leather and green species, and the sparsely populated Dahlak, serve as refuges when these endangered animals breed.

Female turtles come ashore and lay their eggs on the beach, and then bury them on the beach. After the baby is born, he will go to the beach to take care of himself. Mantas with wingspans of several meters will occasionally jump out of the water and rise to the surface. This trick is a mystery, but it can get rid of parasites.

The fins that form “corners” in front of the eyes and on both sides of the mouse, the dark back, and the long whiptail make the ceiling look dangerous. But they only ate in elementary school and performed well on the shoulders of divers. Sometimes, dolphin pods pop up playfully beside the boat, including humpback whales, dolphins, spinning machines, and common species.

Dahlak Islands
The Dahlak Islands is one of the most important diving spots in the world, with sandy beaches and crystal clear flora and fauna.


Dahlak Another important mammal rare in the Red Sea is the dugong or manatee. The creature that produced the story of mermaid fishing is rare. It is a gray cylindrical shape with a length of four meters and a weight of eight to 900 kilograms.

Madot Island is in front of Dissei. At certain times of the year, thousands of seabirds come here, and many other Dahlak Islands also begin to breed. If you swim at night, you will see another incredible natural wonder. When we cross the dark water. A bright green halo explodes around your fingers and limbs.
This amazing light show is called bioluminescence and is made of tiny living things. Dahlak Islands are indeed an independent world. Due to its expensive coastline, numerous islands, relatively small calm waters, and constant high winds in certain areas, the country’s coastal and marine environment has great boating potential.

Diving and snorkeling Dahlak Islands is one of the most attractive places for these activities. 12 sunken ships were found in the Red Sea, some of them

Dahlak Kebir

The largest island, Dahlak Kebir, is 58 kilometers away from Massawa, with an area of ​​about 643 km² and a population of about 1,500 people. It is the main Pearl fishing in the southern Red Sea and is officially used as a military base.

Dahlak Kebir offers the opportunity to visit the fishing village of Afar and ancient Turkish and Islamic sites. Hundreds of years of history in Arabic inscriptions, huge water tanks and 360 wells are important historical sites and testify to the high historical development of Dahlak Kebir.