By Kelly Phillips Badal |

Sulphurous hot springs, salt-encrusted wastelands, temperatures that soar as high as 50C – it’s hard to imagine a harsher spot to call home than Africa’s Danakil Depression, in Afar Region of Ethiopia. Not only is it one of the planet’s hottest places, it’s also one of the lowest, driest and most tectonically active. But for the adventurous few who journey to Ethiopia’s remote northwestern corner, the rewards are two-fold: a glimpse of kaleidoscopic terrain unlike anywhere else and a peek into the self-reliant Afar people who continue to survive living there. (Tanveer Badal)

  • To watch a short HD video of the Danakil Depression, click here
  • To see different high-quality pictures on BBC-Travel, click here.

Source: BBC Travel
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