A country in the Horn of Africa, Eritrea is surrounded by Ethiopia to the south, Sudan to the west and Djibouti to the southeast. This country has retained its traditional homesteads and gained worldwide popularity of its long, winding roads.
Eritrea is like a letter folded up in a bottle. Through the years, it has kept its essence and avoided the exploitations of commercial tourism. The country has a treasure trove of adventures for visitors who have the inclination for tough challenges.
The country combines Abyssinian escarpments, plateaus and soaring peaks in the south and boasts of its diverse cultural fabric in the market town of Keren in the north. Kick off your trip to the Dahlak Islands from the Massawa town on the Red Sea coast. There, you could find a bijou archipelago studded with beaches and reefs.
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This post was written by Neha Rizal