September 30, 2019

World Tourism Day Observed

World Tourism Day Observed

Asmara, 30 September 2019 – 27 September, World Tourism Day was observed on 29 September at a national level in Aba Shawul sub zone, Central region, under a theme “Tourism and Jobs: A Better Future for All”.

Speaking at the occasion, the D.G. of Tourism Service in the Central region, Ms. Liya Gebreab stated that the World Tourism Day reminds for proper and responsible way of practicing and preserving national culture and values as well as resources and heritage for the economic, social and environmental benefit to the present and future generations. Read more

July 29, 2017

Asmara’s Upgraded Status: Honour and...

Asmara’s Upgraded Status: Honour and Responsibility

by Solomon Mengsteab | On Saturday, 8 July 2017, during the 41st World Heritage Committee Session in Poland, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO announced that our marvellous capital, Asmara, was officially inscribed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read more

September 5, 2014

Tourism and community based development

Tourism and community based development

Tourism and community based development

by Yishak Yared | This year’s International Day of Tourism 2014 will be observed on 27 September under the Theme “Tourism and Community Based Development”. The relevance behind the theme is that the development of tourism in a given country not only enables countries as an entity to accumulate wealth but also the whole community becomes beneficiary of the smokeless industry. Read more

February 1, 2014

The Red Sea: Life time memory in hand

The Red Sea: Life time memory in hand

Eritrea shares abundant coastal natural attractions. It possesses an escarpment with spectacular views from the highland plateau to the coastal plains. It is also a country endowed with around 2,234 kilometers coastline that entertains a varied unique natural features including “three seasons in two hours, and a place with the lowest point on land: Denakil Depression. Read more

September 24, 2013

Rare beauties of the Eritrean Red Sea – Part...

Rare beauties of the Eritrean Red Sea – Part I

Rare beauties of the Eritrean Red Sea - Part Iby Amanuel Berhe | With about 1,300 kilometers coastline, along with hundreds of coast around its more than 30 islands, Eritrea is the proud owner of over 11% of the total area of the Red Sea.

Every aspect of the Eritrean Red Sea speaks of yet unexploited potentials, ranging from the numerous islands offering outstanding diving spots and mesmerizing white sandy beaches to the rich biodiversity within the sea. Mangroves, around 10 types of sea grass and seaweed, salt bushes also make part of Eritrean marine resources. Read more

The Diverse Biodiversity of Eritrea is a National...

Bahti Meskerem: More than Just Another Day

Seminar for nationals in South Sudan

Eritrea deplores US unlawful Acts

Every Thing You Can Imagine is Real

College of Engineering and Technology graduates...