Immerse yourself in the breathtaking  scenery of the Danakil Depression in Ethiopia as you capture the vivid colors of the striking landscapes in the Dallol and incredibly rare molten lava lakes of Erta Ale During this one-of-a-kind five-day Danakil expedition, you will visit one of the world's hottest inhabited locations as well as Lake Asale, Africa's lowest point. In this  inhospitable but absolutely gorgeous region, you'll regularly interact with the Afar people and their camel caravans


Day 1: Fly To Afar Drive To Erta Ale

After breakfast, transfer to Bole Airport for your flight to Afar. The Omo Valley expedition team will readily meet you at Semera airport and drive you to Mount Erta Ale, passing through dramatic landscapes on our 350-kilometer journey. Erta Ale, which translates as "smoking mountain" in the local Afar language, is one of only five active volcanoes in the world that form lava lakes, and it is home to the world's oldest permanent lava lake. The molten lake of lava glows a fiery red as the sun sets in a hot cauldron of bubbling basalt and burning rivulets, making for incredible photography. Overnight camping. (BLD)


Day 2: Drive To Ahmedela (Danakil Depression And Lake Assale)

Today, we will leave before breakfast to catch another sunrise glimpse of the volcano, then return for breakfast before continuing to Ahmedela base camp along unmarked sandy tracks, passing Afar villages along the way This afternoon and the following morning, we would explore Danakil Depression and lake shale, the crater lake of Lake Assale – Africa's lowest point (-150 m) as well as the world's most saline body of water . Its spectacular colors and unusual crystalline formations give it an almost alien appearance, making it one of Africa's most impressive natural phenomena. Dinner & Overight at Ahmed –Ela Camp site.


Day 3: Drive From Dalol To Lake Afrera (afdera)

Once again, an early morning start is required. We set out on our journey to Aferera (afdera). Explore the Dallol hot springs ,a strange multicolored field of sulphurous hot springs filled with steaming conical vents, strange rock formations resembling ripples, and dotted with a rather sticky and coarse orange deposit resembling colored icing sugar. Dallol is well-known for being the world's hottest inhabited location. Then we proceed to Lake Afrera, which is surrounded by palm trees. Lake Afrera appears stunning at first glance, with its emerald-green waters overshadowed by the looming black basalt of Mounts Borale and Afrera, the dormant volcanoes that rise to 812 m and 1,295 m above its eastern and southern shores, respectively. The Afrera salt lake is home to local Afar people who harvest salt flakes using traditional methods, and it also holds Frachetti Island, the world's lowest lying island Overnight camping. (BLD)


Day 4:Drive Lake Afrera (afdera) to semera

Have your breakfast at Lake Afdera camp site and drive to semera check-in in your hotel head out to explore semera village ,If our schedules coincide, pay a visit to A vibrant Tuesday semera market draws migrants from all over the country to socialize, share what's going on in their communities, and sell and buy goods. It's an excellent occasion for people-watching. The market sells a wide range of goods, including crafts, jewelry, and spices. After lunch, drive to Allalobad hot spring pull, which translates as "water of GOD" in the local Afar language. Allolabad is dotted with steam vents and small craters of hot mud and hissing gases, but the most beautiful feature is several pools of hot water. These pools have an unusual color palette of deep green, blue, and yellow. They are extremely deep and full of hot, steaming water. There are less hot pools nearby where you can swim. Overnight : standard accomdation



Transfer to the ADDIS ABAB flight. After breakfast, we transfer to semera Airport for the flight to Addis Ababa