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Highlight of Historical Tour Eritrea

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Duration

8 Days

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Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Group Size

15 people

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Languages

English

Overview

8 DAYS TOUR

HIGHLIGHT OF HISTORICAL TOUR ERITREA

JUST PAY 5% DEPOSIT SECURE YOUR TOUR
NO BOOKING OR CREDIT CARD FEES

8 DAYS HIGHLIGHT OF HISTORICAL TOUR

Destinations

* Visit the port city of Massawa – City of islands and the ‘Pearl of the Red Sea’, a city which for centuries has been one of the region’s most important ports.

Over 6 Days, you’ll travel an approximate distance of 243 km!

PRICE IN USD PER PERSON

FOR 1 PERSON
$ 2900
  • Single price $ 2900
2 - 4 PERSONS
$ 2465
  • Sharing Price = $ 2421
5 - 10 PERSONS
$ 2175
  • Sharing Price = $ 2131

Visa & Travel Permit

*All visitors need an Entry Visa to be obtained, before the arrival, at Eritrean embassies in the country of residence. Only for those country where is not available Eritrean Embassy, an entry visa can be obtained at arrival, but with due process with Immigration Department in Asmara.

* Travel Permits  are necessary for all travel outside of the Greater Asmara region. To obtain a travel permit, you’ll need to present a photocopy of your passport details and visa pages.

Vaccines and Medicines

Check the vaccines and medicines list and visit your doctor at least a month before your trip to get vaccines or medicines you may need.

  1. Hepatitis A  (Ideally 2 weeks before travel)
  2. Typhoid  (Ideally 2 weeks before travel)
  3. Hepatitis B  ( Ideally 2 months before travel)
  4. Malaria ( (Ideally 2 weeks before travel))
  5. Meningococcal disease  ( Ideally 3 weeks before travel)
  6. Rabies  ( Ideally 1 month before travel)

Reservation Information

Immediately after submitting your reservation you will receive a Receipt of Reservation via email.
Within one to two business days of submitting your reservation you will receive a confirmation email from us. If you need to book an airline ticket, we recommend that you do so after you receive a confirmation of your tour reservation from us.
An E-Ticket will be sent to you via email as soon as details of your reservation are confirmed or your supporting information is received by us. We will provide you with all detailed information about your tour on the E-Ticket.
Simply print your E-Ticket and present it with your valid photo ID on the day of your activity to your tour guide. Please remember E-Ticket is your proof of purchase.
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Itinerary

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Day 01: Arrival to Asmara. Transfer to hotel

At your arrival at the Asmara International Airport, after processing custom formalities you will be transferred at your hotel.

Overnight in Asmara, Lion Hotel or similar.

Day 02: Asmara - Mendefera - Asmara

The town of Mendefera derived this name from the local language Tigrinya meaning “nobody dared“, after the resilience shown by the locals when they defended themselves on the hill against the Italian advance. The town is dominated by two hills on either side of the main road.

Among the things to see in Mendefera include the market, the ancient Mosque and the old Saint George Church (San Giorgio Church).

Overnight in Asmara, Lion Hotel or similar.

Day 03: Asmara - Keren

A drive from Asmara to the town of Keren, the second largest city, situated at 91 kilometers to north west of Asmara takes a gradual descent to an altitude of 1390 meters. It has a moderate climate. The fine tarmac road, built by the Italians is like a hairpin curved out from mountainous plateaus.

Enjoy the captivating Monday Camel and other livestock market in Keren. The town is surrounded by mountains and one would wish to have an experience of mountain climbing if one has the necessary training. The city was built by the Italians. Because of its moderate climate many visitors use to enjoy for a couple of days or even weeks. In the 1960’s and early 1970 The town had a wonderful American club with a swimming pool. There was also snake farm owned by an Italian The town is also well known for its baobab temple. The majestic tree has stood for centuries and it is so graceful to watch it and pay respects. Visitors would also visit the Italian and Common Wealth war cemeteries.

Keren is well known for the fiercest battles that went on between the Common wealth and the Italian forces in 1941. The fall of Keren in the hands of the Common Wealth advancing army signaled the end of an era of the Italian occupation in Eritrea. In concluding their visit.

Overnight in Keren, Sarina hotel or similar.

Day 04: Keren - Massawa

The colorful Keren market is every Mondays. Visit the bustling market that comprises camel, livestock, pottery, straw products, silver jewelry, etc.

In the afternoon, travel from Keren to the Red Sea Coast and the port city of Massawa- the pearl of the Red sea.

En route visit the evergreen Filfil- the “Green Belt” region lies to the northeast of Asmara, part of the Semenawai Bahri area. It is covered with lush forests and vegetation and home to an impressive array of birds and mammals such as vervet monkeys and hamadryas baboons.

It is the most picturesque loop in Eritrea, with innumerable zigzag bends, jaw-dropping vistas, cool air and sometimes a veil of mist which adds a touch of the bizarre. This route, known as the Pendice Orientali (meaning “Eastern Slope”), takes you though some of the most dramatic and diverse landscape in Eritrea. It makes a great day excursion.

Gurgsum beach swimming, rest and recreation.

Overnight in Massawa, Grand Dahlak Hotel or similar.

Day 05: Massawa - Adulis - Massawa

Driving further to the south East of Massawa, Visitors will observe the ancient port of Adulis some 70 kilometers far from the Port City of Massawa. Zula is also adjacent to Adulis. These two ancient ports were a hub to the then vibrant trade that prevailed in the middle east. In 1868 A British Military Expedition led by General Napier built a 21 kilometer railway from Zula to kumaile.
They used the short railway to transport their Elephants, donkeys and their army personnel to a long journey of 600 kilometers inside Ethiopia, namely the province of Gondar in north west Ethiopia, to fight against King Tewodros the then Emperor of Ethiopia.

Overnight in Massawa, Grand Dahlak Hotel or similar.

Day 06: Massawa - Desie/Madote - Massawa

Exciting boat trip from Massawa to beautiful and pristine Dissie and Madote Islands.

Dissie and Madote Islands are part of the Dahlak Archipelago, among the pleasant and mostly visited and , lying 22 miles and 17 miles South off the coast of Massawa respectively, have beautiful beaches, corals, birdlife, there is a possibility of seeing groupers, snappers, lionfish, sea turtles, Dolphins, etc. They are good for snorkeling, diving and camping,

( Overnight in Massawa )

Day 07: Massawa - Gindae - Nefasit - Decemhare - Adikeih

Driving back at an early morning from Massawa to Asmara is an enjoyable ascending from Zero sea levels to a gradual climbing to Gahtelai and Nefasit .

We take a turn by the Nefasit on the way to Dekemhare. Dekemhare is a beautiful town that was founded in the 15th century as a small village and advanced by the Italians in to atown serving as a transportation hub for the extension of their invasion late as industrial zone. Various art deco style building and large rocks surrounding the town.
We continue our journey to Adikeih

( Overnight Adikeih )

Day 08: Adikkeih - Quhaito - Asmara

After breakfast we head to the archeological site Quhaito, a once trade center city. visitors will enjoy the archaeological site in Kohaito. An ancient dam, some standing pillars, traces of ancient palace, Rock paintings and tombs. Included is also the breathtaking view of the Grand Canyon.

We head back to Asmara and visit Segheneiti on our way . To see a huge sycamore tree locally known as Da'aro Hamushte.

We travel back to Asmara and transfer to the airport.

End of Tour!!!

Included/Exclude

  • All transfers to/from airport & hotel
  • Accommodation for 4 nights - including breakfast
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Travel Permit fees
  • Entrance fees ( Adulis archeological site & national museum)
  • Air ticket fare and Entry visa
  • Lunch, dinner and Alcoholic drinks
  • Insurance
  • Personal spending and Any optional tours

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