Dallol- 'The most colorful & One of the Lowest point.'
Tour To Dallol And Ertale 9 Days
Enjoy 2 nights and days photographing at the rim of the Volcano. Also 2 times visiting of Dallol during sunrise and sun set where you can get the best color exposure of the photos.
Visit one the most Active volcano in Africa-Called Ertale, located at 613 m above sea level in the Denakil depression. Enjoy also one of the lowest(116mbsl) and the most colorful place ind the World. Dallol Springs comprises a field of multicolored geysers that bubble over into a series of steaming Sulfurous Pools dotted with conical yellow-green vents and crystalline formations of red, orange, and white. Two times visiting of Dallol- the most colorful place in the Universe. Dallol is one of the lowest point in the universe with 116meters below sea level, and the most colorful place in the universe that none could imagined.
- The longest Camel Caravan, the salt worker and Lake Asale, where the workers extract bar salt from it. Also Allalobad- dotted with sream vents and small craters of hot and mud hissing gasses.
The Danakil’s top attraction is Erta Ale, a 613m-high shield volcano whose caldera of crumbling black rock contains the world’s oldest permanent lava lake. Bubbling at temperatures of more than 1,000˚C, this ellipsoid cauldron of black-and-red magma is a truly mesmerizing phenomenon, as violent red fountains of molten rock spurt tens of meters in the sky, accompanied by nose-searing waves of ammonia gas. Staying 2 nights at the rim of the volcano, enjoying its active activity.
- Set in a flat-sided shallow explosion crater, the Dallol Springs comprises a field of multicolored geysers that bubble over into a series of steaming Sulfurous Pools dotted with conical yellow-green vents and crystalline formations of red, orange, and white. Two times visiting of Dallol- the most colorful place in the Universe. Dallol is one of the lowest point in the universe with 116meters below sea level, and the most colorful place in the universe that none could imagined.
- Once a bay in the Red Sea, the hyper-saline Lake As-Ale lies at the heart of a 1,200km2 expanse of salt-encrusted flats that have been mined by the local Afar for millennia. Even today, visitors might come to cross dozens of Afar miners/the Salt Workers chipping at the salt flat’s crumbly off-white crust to extract neat 30cm x 40cm amole salt bars. The salt is then transported by camel to the highlands by Camel Caravans from Tigray.
- Set at 103m below sea level, the lovely emerald-hued Lake Afdera laps the shore of what is regarded to be the world’s lowest-lying island. The lake is an important source of salt, which is obtained from artificial evaporation pools along the western shore.
Allolabad is dotted with steam vents and small craters of hot mud and hissing gases, but most beautiful are several pools of hot water. These pools have an unusual, deep green, blue and yellow color. They are incredibly deep and are filled with hot, steaming water. In one pool there is observed nearly constant geyser – Allallobad Sprouts, which often is 6 m tall but in rare cases – even 30 m tall. The surface of the water in this pool is 97°C hot. There is one more geyser in another spring – it is just 0.3 m tall. Some more springs are pulsating, sometimes boiling more intensely. Further to the north-west, there are remnants of an earlier, extinct geothermal field.