The Danakil Depression is one of the most dramatic landscapes you will ever see. The Danakil Depression is situated in the northern part of the Afar Triangle or Afar Depression. This part of Ethiopia so remote, that you feel like you are underground. In a way, you actually are. With 125m below sea level, the Danakil Depression is one of the lowest places on Earth.
In Ethiopia, you can trek high and low and this low can easily become your highlight. Combine it with trekking the Simien Mountains and be stunned by contracts this beautiful country has to offer.
In terms of average temperatures year round, the Danakil Depression is also the hottest place on Earth. See the Awash River, the active volcano Erta Ale and the Dallol sulfur springs. Visit the Danakil Depression and fall in love with Ethiopia.
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