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Eritrea EriNine Tour

Established in 1991, EriNine Tour is an experienced Tour Operator and DMC based in Asmara in Eritrea. Located in the horn of Africa, Eritrea remains predominantly untouched by the influence of commercial tourism, providing an exciting opportunity for adventurers who seek uncharted destinations.

Owner-managed by an Eritrean, our team of professional English/Italian/German/Amharic-speaking guides possess deep knowledge of the country and its people. Our drivers are trained to handle both driving and guiding duties.

We offer flexible and reliable services, including the management of dhows and fast boats in the Red Sea. With our expertise in Eritrea’s history, culture, and traditions, we can efficiently handle any difficulties or problems that may arise during the tour, prioritizing the security of the areas we visit.

Our services include scheduled and individually tailored tours, Red Sea cruises to the Dahlak Islands, airport transfers, half-day and full-day excursions, and specialized tours for various interests such as religion, nature, history, archaeology, sports, scuba diving, and fishing.

For independent travelers, we provide a range of services, including ticketing, insurance, itinerary planning, accommodations, transportation, and reliable support throughout the trip. In addition, we offer car, bus, boat, and train rentals. We also have sister companies that can provide consultancy services for investments, new commercial enterprises, and other needs.

Let us be your trusted guides in Eritrea!

Go Wild Camping on the Dahlak Islands in Eritrea

Top Travel Highlights in Eritrea

  • Dahlak Islands: Adventure to the pristine Dahlak Archipelago in the southern Red Sea, with over 200 unspoilt islands, white sandy beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and diving in the warm turquoise waters year-round. Overnight in tents with full board.
  • Asmara: Eritrea’s capital, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known as the “Little Rome” of Africa. It features beautiful Italian colonial architecture and is a unique blend of African and European influences. Take a stroll along Liberation Avenue, view the iconic Art Deco buildings, and explore the local markets and lively cafes for a taste of the local culture.
  • Eritrea is home to one of the few remaining operational historical steam trains in the world.
  • Massawa: Historic port city with maze-like alleys, Ottoman-style architecture, and captivating Red Sea views. Explore Turkish Baths, Sheikh Hanafi Mosque, and Biet Ghiorghis Cathedral.
  • Keren: Charming city offering culture, history, and natural beauty. Surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, it boasts a proud heritage and vibrant community.
  • Danakil Depression: Located in the north east, the Danakil Depression is one of the hottest places on Earth and a unique natural wonder.
  • Kohaito: Ancient ruins from the Aksumite period, providing a glimpse into Eritrea’s rich history and culture.
  • Adi Quala: Hidden gem with stunning landscapes, including mountains and green valleys. Features historic landmarks, traditional houses, and religious sites.
  • Barentu and Agordat: Visit these towns, meet the Cunama and Nara peoples, and spend a night in a Cunama village. Experience their unique culture and traditional way of life.