It was named by the Italians, who colonized the country before surrendering to the allies after the Second World War. Eritrean monuments are therefore a testimony of the Italian presence
Emba Soira is the highest mountain in Eritrea. Rising 3,018 metres (9,902 ft) above sea level, one side of the Great Rift Valley which cuts through Eritrea and joins the Red Sea.
The marine park is situated in the Dahlak Marine archipelago of the Red Sea. The region surrendered during the Eritrea-Ethiopia strife. There are over 350 sites for fishing and diving. It’s even possible to catch a look at destroyed ships in the waters.
This park is situated on the lower slopes of a mountain. The area extends from a height of 900m to 2400m above sea-level. There are likewise a vast number of birds found in the area. The national parks of Eritrea have been drawing in several visitors.
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.
Eritrea is full of exciting and luxurious places. One of the famous cities of Eritrea is Asmara. It has a good choice of accommodations for the tourist. In some countries you might have trouble finding quality accommodation, but not in Eritrea. You will go to the top range of hotels located in Asmara Equally, Keren and Massawa also have a wide range of small hotels.
The place is worthy enough to be booked in advance for Eritrea tours. The prices of this accommodation are slightly lower than the Hotel Asmara. All hotels offer full boards.
The distinctive flora and avi-fauna of Eritrea. The wonderful steam trains that zig-zag from Asmara down the escarpment towards the lowland coastal plain.