The mysterious country of Eritrea is one of the least visited places in the world. A real shame considering the many historical, architectural, and natural wonders within its borders. Art Deco architecture, bright blue archipelagos, and pristine coral reefs in the Red Sea are just a handful of things that make Eritrea an underrated destination.
The Eritrea tour will first take you to the Italianesque capital of Asmara. An Arabic camel market and war cemetery in Keren will be next. After a journey to the coast, you will come to the old colonial city of Massawa. Here you will explore the surrounding islands. A boat ride across the Red Sea will take you to Dahlak, a largely untouched archipelago where you can walk through nature, relax on the beach, and swim in the sea.
Though isolated and rarely visited, Eritrea is a fascinating country rich with culture, beaches, nature, and so much more—a must for any off-the-beaten-track traveller. We can’t wait for you to join us!
We run one trip per year to Eritrea in February.
The dates coincide with our Sudan tours, meaning you have the option of combining both.
The visa process can be quite lengthy so we advise applying as far in advance as possible.
Our tours are priced at £1385 per person. Rooms are on a twin basis.
Single supplement is priced at £150 or we can allocate someone for you to share with (subject to availability).
Deposit required to confirm your booking is £250.
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