The Tokar delta with the Barka (bottom)
||Red sea at the Tokar Delta
||0.8 m3/a (28 cu ft/a) (at mouth)
||66,200 km2 (25,600 sq mi)
Barka River (Arabic: نهر بركة nahr Baraka) flows from the Eritrean Highlands to the plains of Sudan. With a length of over 640 km, it rises just outside Asmara and flows in a northwestern direction through Agordat. The river merges with the Anseba River near the border with Sudan.
In Sudan, the Barka flows seasonally to a delta on the Red Sea, near the town of Tokar.
Coordinates: 18°15′N 37°38′E / 18.250°N 37.633°E