Dive into culture and history when visiting Eritrea. For those that love unorganized adventure, Eritrea is the perfect place. Eritrea offers challenges mixed with cultural learning opportunities. Eritrea has yet to be touched by tourism developments but provides a variety of beaches, archaeology, reefs, and more. Senafe is filled with ruins as the area was previously inhabited by the Saho and Tigrinya people. While visitors can enjoy a history lesson, they can also climb the rocks of the highlands. Dahlak Marine National Park is surrounded by water and is an undisturbed ecosystem. The water is home to turtles, manta rays, multiple fishes, and dolphins. Underwater volcanoes can also be found along with shipwrecks. Visit Eritrea’s tropical rainforest, FIlfil.The area is home to mammals and birds.

After a long day of adventuring, try new local food, including Kitcha. This dish is made up of thin wheat bread. Other favorites are meat or fish stew. If you are a coffee lover, try the local bun coffee with is immersed with a ton of sugar. If you are looking to learn more about the culture of Eritrea, talk to the locals and stay for a holiday to understand new customs.

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