The Erta Ale Range in one of the lowest areas of the desolate Danakil depression. These craters mark Earth's lowest known sub aerial volcanic vents. The most recent of these craters, Dallol, lies 48 m below sea level and was formed during an eruption in 1926.
Day 1: Drive to Awash Park.
Day 2: Drive Awash – Semenra.
Day 3: Drive Semera –Afdera. Camping.
Day 4: Drive Afdera – Earta Ale. Camping at the foot of Ertaale.
Day 5: Climb to Ertaale. Observation nocturnal of the active volcano of Erta Ale.
Day 6: Drive Erta Ale – Ahmed ela. Camping.
Day 7: Drive to Dallol. Colorful hot brine pools up to about a meter in diameter are dammed by terraces at hot springs at Dallol, watch the long caravan of camels carring saltsand drive back to Ahmed ela and continue to Berhale.
Day 8: Drive to Mekele.
Day 9: Drive Mekele – Kombolcha.
Day 10: Drive kombolcha – Addis Abeba.
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