22 Inspiring Pictures of Danakil Depression, Ethiopia

Why Travel To Danakil Depression, Ethiopia?

Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression is the hottest, driest and most inhospitable region on Earth, but yet it is one of the most beautiful places we have been to. And hence it provides many opportunities for photography.

The region’s dramatic landscapes make it look like an alien land. Multicolored sulphur lakes, active volcanoes of bubbling lava, huge salt pans – all these extremes will leave you breathless. Walking in this region feels like walking on another planet.

Ethiopia is packed with beauty and diversity. The country was so impressive that we didn’t want to leave.

We hope our Ethiopia photography will inspire you to travel.

For a full itinerary, please read our blog “Best Things To Do In Ethiopia – Danakil Depression Itinerary“.

For a full list of what to pack for Ethiopia, please read our packing guide.

Sulphur lake in Dallol is the most colorful, dramatic and vibrant landscape on this planet

 

Fifty shades of yellow

 

Dallol region is pure magic, full of eye-catching colors

 

Armed guards are mandatory to visit this Dallol region

 

 

Wonder of nature – Erta Ale volcano

 

Afar people working in salt mines despite extremely harsh conditions

 

 

Sulphur Lake in Dallol

 

Trip to Ethiopia is incomplete without tasting local Ethiopian coffee

 

Welcoming New Year standing at the edge of an active volcano Erta Ale

 

Playing on the vast salt flats

 

Dramatic landscapes of Danakil Depression make it look like an alien land

 

Cute local kids we met at our lunch place in a tiny Ethiopian village

 

Is it Earth or Mars?

 

Erupting volcano is an experience you will never forget

 

Getting lost in this natural marvel

 

Pristine sunrise

 

Mules & Donkeys as another mode of transport in Ethiopia

 

Floating in a salt lake in Ethiopia

 

Dry canyon in Dallol

 

Camels on their way to salt mines

Hope we have inspired you to travel to Ethiopia. If you have more questions leave us a comment below

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