Qohaito archaeological site . A two day journey. Qohaito, also known as Kohaito, was an ancient city in the southern Debub region of Eritrea. It was a pre-Aksumite settlement that thrived during the Aksumite period.
The town was located over 2,500 meters above sea level, on a high plateau at the edge of the Great Rift Valley. As of 2011, Qohaito's ruins have yet to be excavated. The ancient port of Adulis lies directly to the east.
Qohaito ruins of an ancient palace of the Axumite civilization