Eastern Africa, northeastern Ethiopia, and southern Eritrea are all covered by the Danakil Desert. It is regarded as the hottest spot for humans to dwell since it is located 116m above sea level and experiences summer temperatures that are close to 50°C and winter temperatures that are above 40°C.
Although it is known as the world’s toughest tour due to the extreme weather, the view that can be seen is unlike anything else on earth.
The «Caravan,» which resembles a movie scene in which camels are arranged in a line, the «Dalol volcano,» which nature has created through time, the «Elta Are volcano,» which has been active for ages, etc. The view unfolds in front of you as though you were on the planet.
A thrilling and extraordinary experience is waiting for you at «Notendomari,» where you can gaze at the sky while blending in with nature, peer into the magma pouring furiously from a volcano’s brink, and more.
The Danakil Desert is at its best from November to February, during the relatively chilly dry season.