Photos of Borena tribe from Southern Omo valley by photographer and traveler Einat Klein. And you are always welcome to join one of our Ethiopian adventures, guided by Einat :)
Rock salt has been mined at Lake Afrera, and the surrounding part of the Afar Depression, for centuries. Lt. Lefebvre recorded some of the hazards of mining salt from the Depression:
Dozens of caravans passing every day through the salt lake Assale, transporting the white gold. This pure beauty and traditional Afar tribe business was captured by photographer and TravelLab Ethiopia founder Einat Klein.
Salt lake Dallol is one of the most significant places in Ethiopia and the hottest spot on Earth. Enjoy our detailed photo report from Einat Klein and explore, how doest it feel inside a hell.
Last week end we’ve been visiting Wadi Rum in Jordan. Our trek there was really enjoyable and beautiful, so, hopefully you will enjoy this photo report from there!
Mea Shearim is one of the oldest Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem. It is populated mainly by Haredi Jews and was built by the Old Yishuv. Today, Mea Shearim remains an insular neighbourhood in the heart of Jerusalem. With its Haredi and overwhelmingly Hasidic population, the streets retain the flavor of an Eastern European shtetl. Life […]
Hanukkah celebration in Hebron, the first Judean capital and one of the most important Jewish sites. Enjoy our special photo report!
Erta Ale is a continuously active basaltic shield volcano in the Afar Region of northeastern Ethiopia. It is situated in the Afar Depression, a badland desert area spanning the border with Eritrea. Erta Ale is the most active volcano in Ethiopia. There was a major eruption on 25 September 2005 which killed 250 head of […]
Enjoy our photo report from long holiday tour to Jordan! We’ve been visiting ancient rocky Petra, mount Aharon and less famous, but not less beautiful Little Petra! Thanks everybody for participating in this trip, your always good mood and joy! All photos by Einat Klein.