Tour Packages in Eritrea

Explore and experience the beauty and attractions that Eritrea has to offer to its visitors through the tour packages we have organized.

Our tour packages are categorize in

  • Architectural (Art Deco) Tours: pay a visit to iconic landmark buildings designed and built by the Italians, Turks and Egyptians in the major cities of Eritrea.
  • Archeological (Historical) Tours: exploring the ancient history of Eritrea starting from the Pre-Axumite period until the recent armed struggle.
  • Steam Railway Tours: have a fascinating first hand ride on stream locomotive in the outskirts of Asmara and experience breathtaking landscape scenery around Arberoboe area.
  • Desert Safari and Scuba diving: Another tourist potential that Eritrea presents. A coast line that extends more than 1100 km with 350 beautiful islands in its maritime territory. Eritrea’s underwater paradise is totally unspoiled with variety of coral and marine species.
  • Cultural Tours: Eritreans are known for their hospitality and cultural heritage. Experience Eritrean cuisine, coffee ceremony, artifacts, music and clothing with our cultural tour.
  • Trekking: Visit to old monasteries of Debre Bizen, Debresina and others.

  • * Our tour packages which are tailored to give you a maximum touristic experience are presented below:


    PACKAGE ONE: ONE DAY MASSAWA TOUR

    CODE: ETA/P01


    We leave Asmara early in the morning and head down east through the steep highlands and low land to the port city Massawa. Massawa is an iconic port city that attracted colonizers for about a millennium. Edifices and ruins of Egyptians, Turkish and Italians from that time are the best attraction. A snorkeling in the close ranged Green Island, locally known as “Sheik Sied” is part of this tour. Overnight in Asmara.

    Turkish and Italians from that time are the best attraction.

    PACKAGE TWO: ONE DAY KEREN TOUR

    CODE: ETA/P02


    We leave Asmara early in the morning and head down north through the high lands past a number of villages and towns to Keren 1392m above sea level.

    We stroll through the mosaic city with colorful Monday market, the best scenario of camel caravans together with war cemetery and the shrine of Mariam Da’arit a statue of black St. Mary inside a baobab tree.
    In the evening, leave Keren and Head to Asmara.

    We stroll through the mosaic city with colorful Monday market

    PACKAGE THREE:

    CODE: ETA/P03


    DAY ONE: Arrive in Asmara and Transfer to Hotel
    We leave Asmara after breakfast and head south for a couple of Kilometers and then west to the biggest village in Eritrea called Himbirti. It is located about 35 Kms away from Asmara. Eritrean Traditional houses and indigenous way of life together with a historical cave from 3000 years ago and an old Sycamore tree are fascinating. We return to Asmara and explore the capital city with its elegant palm lined streets and early 20th century architectural buildings.
    Overnight in Asmara


    DAY TWO: Asmara – Filfil – Massawa
    We leave Asmara early in the morning and head north to a village known Serejeka where we turn east to Massawa through Filfil. Filfil is the last remain of the forest that once covered a wide range of Eritrean land. In the summer time of December to February the road appears to be over the clouds. However the topographical view of the entire place is superb.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY THREE: Massawa
    Massawa is an iconic port city that attracted colonizers for about a millennium. Edifices and ruins of Egyptians, Turkish and Italians from that time are the best attraction. A snorkeling in the close ranged Green Island, locally known as “Sheik Sied” is part of this tour. Overnight in Massawa


    DAY FOUR: Massawa – Gindae – Asmara
    Visit the regional museum, explore the rest of the city and head to Gurgusum Beach for sun bath. In the evening we drive back to Asmara enjoying the varying land scape. Enjoy traditional coffee ceremony on the way back, have a dinner in Asmara and transfer to the airport for departure.

    The capital city with its elegant palm lined streets and early 20th century architectural buildings.

    PACKAGE FOUR:

    CODE: ETA/P04


    DAY ONE:Arrive in Asmara and Transfer to Hotel
    We start the day with city tour and explore the capital city with its elegant palm lined streets and early 20th century architectural buildings.
    We leave Asmara early in the evening and head down north through the high lands past a number of villages and towns to Keren 1392m above sea level.
    Overnight in Keren.


    DAY TWO: Keren and then to Massawa
    We stroll through the mosaic city with colorful Monday market, the best scenario of camel caravans together with war cemetery and the shrine of Mariam Da’arit a statue of black St. Mary inside a baobab tree
    . In the evening, leave Keren and Head to Massawa.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY THREE: Massawa
    Massawa is an iconic port city that attracted colonizers for about a millennium. Edifices and ruins of Egyptians, Turkish and Italians from that time are the best attraction. A snorkeling in the close ranged Green Island, locally known as “Sheik Sied” is part of this tour.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY FOUR: Massawa – Gindae – Asmara
    Visit the regional museum, explore the rest of the city and head to Gurgusum Beach for sun bath. In the evening we drive back to Asmara enjoying the varying land scape. Enjoy traditional coffee ceremony on the way back, have a dinner in Asmara and transfer to the airport for departure.

    Enjoy traditional coffee ceremony on the way back, have a dinner in Asmara.

    PACKAGE FIVE:

    CODE: ETA/P05


    DAY ONE: Arrive in Asmara and Transfer to Hotel
    We leave Asmara in the evening and head north to a village known Serejeka where we turn east to Massawa through Filfil.
    Filfil is the last remain of the forest that once covered a wide range of Eritrean land. In the summer time of December to February the road appears to be over the clouds. However the topographical view of the entire place is superb.
    Overnight in Massawa.


    DAY TWO: Massawa – Adulis – Massawa
    Early in the morning we drive about 60 kms south of Massawa to the ancient port Adulis. It’s a fluvial port that served as the center of trade between the highlands of Eritrea and Ethiopia together with the surrounding areas, and the rest of the, then, developed civilizations as early as the 7th c BC. It’s believed to have been a metropolitan city of that time. Little part of the now underneath buried city is excavated but yet there is too much to see.
    . We head back to Massawa.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY THREE: Massawa
    Massawa is an iconic port city that attracted colonizers for about a millennium. Edifices and ruins of Egyptians, Turkish and Italians from that time are the best attraction. A snorkeling in the close ranged Green Island, locally known as “Sheik Sied” is part of this tour.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY FOUR: Massawa – Gindae – Asmara
    Visit the regional museum, explore the rest of the city and head to Gurgusum Beach for sun bath. In the evening we drive back to Asmara enjoying the varying land scape. Enjoy traditional coffee ceremony on the way back, have a dinner in Asmara and transfer to the airport for departure.

    Visit the regional museum, explore the rest of the city and head to Gurgusum Beach for sun bath..

    PACKAGE SIX:

    CODE: ETA/P06


    DAY ONE: Arrive in Asmara and Transfer to Hotel
    We leave Asmara in the evening and head north to a village known Serejeka where we turn east to Massawa through Filfil.
    Filfil is the last remain of the forest that once covered a wide range of Eritrean land. In the summer time of December to February the road appears to be over the clouds. However the topographical view of the entire place is superb.
    Overnight in Massawa.


    DAY TWO: Massawa – Adulis – Massawa
    Early in the morning we drive about 60 kms south of Massawa to the ancient port Adulis. It’s a fluvial port that served as the center of trade between the highlands of Eritrea and Ethiopia together with the surrounding areas, and the rest of the, then, developed civilizations as early as the 7th c BC. It’s believed to have been a metropolitan city of that time. Little part of the now underneath buried city is excavated but yet there is too much to see.
    We head back to Massawa.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY THREE: Massawa – Green Island – Gurgusum – Asmara
    We leave Asmara early in the morning and head down north through the high lands past a number of villages and towns to Keren 1392m above sea level.
    We stroll through the mosaic city with colorful Monday market, the best scenario of camel caravans together with war cemetery and the shrine of Mariam Da’arit a statue of black St. Mary inside a baobab tree.
    In the evening, leave Keren and Head to Asmara.
    Overnight in Asmara.


    DAY FOUR: Asmara – Keren - Asmara
    Visit the regional museum, explore the rest of the city and head to Gurgusum Beach for sun bath. In the evening we drive back to Asmara enjoying the varying land scape. Enjoy traditional coffee ceremony on the way back, have a dinner in Asmara and transfer to the airport for departure.

    Little part of the now underneath buried city is excavated but yet there is too much to see.

    PACKAGE SEVEN: ARCHEOLOGICAL TOUR

    CODE: ETA/P07


    DAY ONE: Arrive in Asmara and Transfer to Hotel
    We start the day with city tour and explore the capital city with its elegant palm lined streets and early20thcentury architectural buildings.
    We leave Asmara early in the evening and head down east through the steep highlands and low land to the port city Massawa.
    Overnight in Massawa.


    DAY TWO: Massawa – Adulis – Massawa
    Early in the morning we drive about 60 kms south of Massawa to the ancient port Adulis. It’s a fluvial port that served as the center of trade between the highlands of Eritrea and Ethiopia together with the surrounding areas, and the rest of the, then, developed civilizations as early as the 7th c BC. It’s believed to have been a metropolitan city of that time. Little part of the now underneath buried city is excavated but yet there is too much to see.
    We head back to Massawa.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY THREE: Massawa –Gindae – Nefasit – Decemhare – Adikeih
    After breakfast we leave Massawa. We drive up hill on the way back to Asmara. We take a turn by the town Nefasit on the way to Decemhare. We come to the beautiful town Decemhare that was founded in the 15th century as a small village and advanced by the Italians in to a town serving as a transportation hub for the extension of their invasion and later as industrial zone. Various Art Deco style buildings and large rocks surrounding the town create a stunning scenario.
    We continue our journey to Adikeih.
    Overnight in Adikeih.


    DAY FOUR:AdiKeih – Qohaito – AdiKeih – Segheneiti – Decemhare – Asmara
    After breakfast we head to the archeological site Qohaito, a once trade center city. The vast site takes almost about half a day to reach every corner.
    Visiting this site which is supposed to be the garden city of pre-Aksumite era that thrived during the Aksumite period is really breathtaking. It stands on the edge of the Great Rift Valley which starts from Zula. This strategic location made it be a halt for the trade route between Adulis and Aksum around 100-700 AD. It’s believed to have been abandoned around 900 AD leaving to us many large mounds, elaborate monumental architecture and a large ancient dam.
    We head back to Asmara and visit Segheneiti on our way.to see a huge sycamore tree locally known as Da’aro Hamushte. We reach Asmara and transfer to the airport after dinner.

    The archeological site Qohaito, a once trade center city.

    PACKAGE EIGHT:

    CODE: ETA/P08


    DAY ONE: Arrive in Asmara and Transfer to Hotel
    We start the day with city tour and explore the capital city with its elegant palm lined streets and early20thcentury architectural buildings.
    We leave Asmara early in the evening and head down north through the high lands past a number of villages and towns to Keren 1392m above sea level.
    Overnight in Keren.


    DAY TWO: Keren and then to Massawa
    We stroll through the mosaic city with colorful Monday market, the best scenario of camel caravans together with war cemetery and the shrine of Mariam Da’arit a statue of black St. Mary inside a baobab tree.
    In the evening, leave Keren and Head to Massawa.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY THREE: Massawa –Desie/Madot – Massawa
    The Red Sea coast of Eritrea is known for its clean and clear waters. The uncharted under water territory is fascinating even at short depth. The islands Desie and Madot or take Burgam Burgela are perfect place for diving.
    We continue our journey to Adikeih.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY FOUR: Massawa – Gindae – Asmara
    Visit the regional museum, explore the rest of the city and head to Gurgusum Beach for sun bath. In the evening we drive back to Asmara enjoying the varying land scape. Enjoy traditional coffee ceremony on the way back, have a dinner in Asmara and transfer to the airport for departure.

    The Red Sea coast of Eritrea is known for its clean and clear waters.

    PACKAGE NINE: CLIMAX TOUR

    CODE: ETA/P09


    DAY ONE: Arrive in Asmara and Transfer to Hotel
    Explore the capital city with its elegant palm lined streets and early20thcentury architectural buildings.


    DAY TWO: Asmara – Mendefera – Asmara
    We drive 60 Kms south of Asmara to the city Mendefera. As its name indicates “who dares to?” it used to be a deadly jungle long years ago. Its little Italian edifices are nothing compared to the lively activities of the city throughout a week as it’s the center of attraction in its surroundings.
    Visiting this old city is interesting.
    Overnight in Asmara


    DAY THREE:Asmara – Keren
    We leave Asmara early in the morning and head down north through the high lands past a number of villages and towns to Keren 1392m above sea level.
    We stroll through the mosaic city with colorful Monday market, the best scenario of camel caravans together with war cemetery and the shrine of Mariam Da’arit a statue of black St. Mary inside a baobab tree.
    Overnight in Keren


    DAY FOUR: Keren – Massawa
    We leave Keren after breakfast and head back on the road to Asmara where we turn east by the town Serejeka to Massawa, through Filfil
    Filfil is the last remain of the forest that once covered a wide range of Eritrean land. In the summer time of December to February the road appears to be over the clouds. However the topographical view of the entire place is superb.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY FIVE: Massawa – Adulis – Massawa
    Early in the morning we drive about 60 kms south of Massawa to the ancient port Adulis. It’s a fluvial port that served as the center of trade between the highlands of Eritrea and Ethiopia together with the surrounding areas, and the rest of the, then, developed civilizations as early as the 7th c BC. It’s believed to have been a metropolitan city of that time. Little part of the now underneath buried city is excavated but yet there is too much to see.
    We head back to Massawa.
    Overnight in Massawa


    DAY SIX: Massawa – Desie/Madot – Massawa
    The Red Sea coast of Eritrea is known for its clean and clear waters. The uncharted under water territory is fascinating even at short depth. The islands Desie and Madot or take Burgam Burgela are perfect place for diving.

    Overnight in Massawa.


    DAY SEVEN: Massawa –Gindae – Nefasit – Decemhare – Adikeih
    After breakfast we leave Massawa. We drive up hill on the way back to Asmara. We take a turn by the town Nefasit on the way to Decemhare. We come to the beautiful town Decemhare that was founded in the 15th century as a small village and advanced by the Italians in to a town serving as a transportation hub for the extension of their invasion and later as industrial zone. Various Art Deco style buildings and large rocks surrounding the town create a stunning scenario.
    We continue our journey to Adikeih.
    Overnight in Adikeih.

    DAY EIGHT: AdiKeih – Qohaito – AdiKeih – Segheneiti – Decemhare – Asmara
    After breakfast we head to the archeological site Qohaito, a once trade center city. The vast site takes almost about half a day to reach every corner.
    Visiting this site which is supposed to be the garden city of pre-Aksumite era that thrived during the Aksumite period is really breathtaking. It stands on the edge of the Great Rift Valley which starts from Zula. This strategic location made it be a halt for the trade route between Adulis and Aksum around 100-700 AD. It’s believed to have been abandoned around 900 AD leaving to us many large mounds, elaborate monumental architecture and a large ancient dam.
    We head back to Asmara and visit Segheneiti on our way.to see a huge sycamore tree locally known as Da’aro Hamushte. We reach Asmara and transfer to the airport after dinner.

    Filfil is the last remain of the forest that once covered a wide range of Eritrean land.