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Danakil Depression from Demera – 3 Days


Danakil Depression from Demera – 3 Days


Start the trip to the Danakil from Semera, which is the less explored route to the Danakil Desert, This tour offers to our guests an Inside look to the vast Danakilia desert, We have carefully design this tour to our client, by collaborating with local guides who are knowledgeable and who will lead us to climb to the Earta’le Volcano,

Awash National Park
Lake afrera
Lake afrera

Day 1

Semera – Hamedela

In the morning you will be Picked up from Hotel/Airport in Semera and then drive through Lake afdera the Salt Lake, Passing through the beautiful lake afdera and a breath taking land scape and arrive in Dalol in the afternoon and visit the lake Asebo Asebo is the place where the salts are mined. Observe the breaking of the salt from the ground, cutting into rectangular pieces and loading on camels. You drive ahead to Dallol (-130 m) and visit the difference landscape formed by volcanic activity, Dallol + Lake Assal (-130 m) + camel caravans (No camel caravan on July, August, and early September). Excursion to Dallol (116 meters below sea level, one of the lowest places in the world) colorful salts mining, visit Lake Assal, follow up camel caravans and walk with the Afar people, see the sunsetig the beautiful and colorful land scape. Drive back to Hamedela, Overnight Camping – Dalol

Day 2

Semera – Dalol

Gelada Baboons
Early morning pickup from Hamedela camp site and drive to Dalol to see the sunrise, and Drive to Hamedela through berhal’e. Passing through the small town Berhal’e, where the camel caravan stops before passing to the Northern Highland. En route you will see many long camel caravans going to the salt mine and other coming out of Danakil with their salt loaded on the camel. Drive to Askoma. Stop at Askoma, Trek 10 minute from Askoma Arrive at Earta’le around late afternoon and Early dinner at around 17:00 and trek up to Erta Ale reach around 20:00, where we spend the night watching the dramatic action of the boiling lava. Erta Ale ranks one of the most alluring and physically challenging natural attractions anywhere in Ethiopia. It is a shield volcano with a base diameter of 30 km and 1km square caldera at its summit, and you will spend an unforgettable night on the top of the mountain. The magma flow moved 3.5 km south from old Erta Aleto the New eruption site. Overnight – Camping

Day 3

Hamedella – Earta’le – Semera

Imet gogo
Woke up early in the morning waching the Two Miraculaos things on Earth, The Sun rising and the Magma, Morning Trek back to Askoma where breakfast will be served, and asfter spending sometime at the campsite drive back to Semera, Enroute visit Lake Afdera The Lake is only Visisble during the Ethiopian rainy season, but we might have a little chance to see during the summer the mythical Lake Afdera, a saltwater lake located more than100 meters below sea level, in one of the deepest depressions of the planet. Because of the picturesque landscape, it is interesting to visit the salt flats where the Afar people obtain the salt by evaporating the water of the lake.



Prices 450$ per person.
Prices are per person for groups of 6 or more. Solo travellers can join existing groups. Price is guideline only. Price will depend on your final itinerary, group size, accommodation choices, and time of year.

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Inclusions & Exclusions

Price includes

All entrance fees and licenses as per the program.


Accommodation and all meals throughout the tour.


Bottles of water for the trip.


4WD land cruiser including fuel expense and driver’s allowances.


English-speaking guide.


Cooking and camping equipment.


Scout and police service in Afar Region.


Camel and camel tires in Afar Region

price excludes

International flights and visa fees. Domestic flights.


Activities not mentioned or stated as optional in the itinerary.


fees for photos & video,


Other personal expenses, souvenirs, tips and gratuities, etc.