Rivers in Eritrea

The Tekezé River
The Tekezé River, also known as the Takkaze River, is a major river of Ethiopia. For part of its course it forms a section the westernmost border of Ethiopia and Eritrea. The river is also known as the Setit in Eritrea, western Ethiopia, and eastern Sudan. According to materials published by the Ethiopian Central Statistical Agency, the Tekezé River is 608 kilometers (378 mi) long. The canyon which it has created is the deepest in Africa and one of the deepest in the world, at some points having a depth of over 2000 meters (6,562 feet).

Aligide River
Anseba River
Barka River
Barosio River
Comaile River
Damas River
Fah River
Falkat River
Gonfale River
Guwa River
Haddas River
Koka River
Lebka River
Lalake River
Langeb River
Mareb River
Mogoraib River
Obel River
Regali River
Saato River
Tekezé River
Wadi Laba River
Wokiro River
Zara River