Located between Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and the Red Sea, the salty desert of Danakil is a dazzling beauty. And the closest thing to hell. In this unique corner, camel caravans follows the same route over and over again; to the salt flats where the Afar, nomadic inhabitants of the area, cut salt blocks which are then loaded back to Berhale. Every morning is the same for them for centuries. A grueling, outdated work with ancient tools that perform without the slightest protection from the sun and salt. A nonsense only justified by the beauty and epic.