Dallol listed among most surreal landscapes in the world

The UK based Bridport and Lyme Rigs Newspaper has listed Dallol as as most surreal landscapes in the world.

Bridport and Lyme Rigs News described Dallol as “Completely unique, a site resembles science fiction more than anywhere else that is actually real”

Dallol sports an altitude more than 100 metres below sea level, and a distinctly Martian aesthetic, it explained.

Socotra, Yemen, Lake Hillier, Australia, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, Zhangye Danxia Landform, China, The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan and Zhangjiajie Forest, China are included in the list unveiled by the newspaper as surreal landscapes of the world.

According to Bridport and Lyme Rigs, Dallol has the water records a shockingly acidic 0.2 average pH.

Dallol is a cinder cone volcano in the Danakil Depression, northeast of the Erta Ale in Afar Region, Ethiopia.

It is to be recalled that Ethiopia has been chosen by Forbes.com as one of the seven best destinations that must be visited in the post coronavirus world.

Source: FBC