A group of British tourists who visited different parts of the country said that they experienced peace and pleasure during their stay in Eritrea.
Asmara, 1 November 2010 – A group of British tourists who visited different parts of the country said that they experienced peace and pleasure during their stay in Eritrea.
In the course of their week-long visit, the tourists conducted a visit to Asmara, Keren, Massawa and Kohaito, during which they expressed deep impression with Eritrea’s spectacular natural resources in general and the prevailing peace and security in particular.
One of the tourists, Ms. Delia Brown stated that the classic relics, breathtaking landscape and salubrious weather make Eritrea attractive to tourists. She further highly appraised the hospitality of the Eritrean people, as well as the prevailing peace and security.
Still another visitor, Mr. Michael Jackson said that he is visiting Eritrea for the first time and that he found out that the country is attractive in all aspects. He went on to say that although he visited a number of other African countries, he never witnessed a peaceful and stable country like Eritrea.
Likewise, Ms. Anne Froggatt said that she had a pleasant vacation here in the country and expressed deep impression with Eritrea’s unpolluted sea and coastline which makes it a tourism destination.