Abijatta-Shalla Lakes National Park – Birder’s Paradise
Situated in the Great Rift Valley, only 200 kilometers (124 miles) south of Addis Ababa, and in the Lake Langano recreational areas, the Abijatta Shalla lakes National Park attracts numerous visitors. Using Lake Langano as your base, it is an easy trip to visit the National Park
Addis Ababa- New Flower
Addis Ababa is a city located in central Ethiopia, with a population of around 3,384,569 people. Its elevation is ~2,355m/~7,726ft.
The location of Addis Ababa was chosen as a place to live in by the Empress Taytu Betul, and the city was founded by the Emperor Menelik II in 1887.
Awash National Park
Awash National Park is located 225kilometers, east of Addis Ababa (from where it can be reached in about 3 hours over the highway to Djibouti ) with an area of 756 Square kilometers. It is the oldest and most developed wildlife reserve in Ethiopia.
Axum, is a city in northern Ethiopia named after the long lived Kingdom of Aksum. Located in the Tigray near the base of the Adwa mountains, this town has an elevation of 2130 meters.AXUM, the site of Ethiopia's most ancient city, is today a small town, ignorant of its
Bahir Dar – Lake Tana Monasteries and Blue Nile falls
The Lake Tana /BAHIR DAR/ and The Blue Nile Falls - the Source of the most famous river in the World. Lake Tana, the largest lake in Ethiopia, situated north of the beautiful town of Bahir Dar is the source from where the famous Blue Nile starts its long journey to Khartoum, and on
Bale Mountain National Park
Lying south-east of Ethiopia, Bale Mountains National Park covers 2400 square kilometers (1488 square miles) covering wide range of habitats and ranging in altitude from 1500 to 4377 meters (4920 to 14357 feet) at Tulu Dimtu, the highest point in the southern Ethiopia.
Danakil Depression Looking into the bowel of the Earth
The Danakil Depression is a desert area in the Afar region of northeastern Ethiopia, north of the Great Rift Valley .
This is both the hottest region on earth averaged year round and one of the
Ethiopia:Historical journey in time from 10th BC to present civilization
Ethiopia is a land of contrast and extreme diversity. From the lowest lowland on earth to the second highest mountain in Africa, from the least complicated fascinating tribes of southern Ethiopia to the capital
Gambella National park
At a road distance of 850 km Gambela - Addis Ababa, the 50,600 ha Gambella National park is located 850 km west of Addis Ababa, the 50,600 hectares Gambella National park has the richest mega wildlife of
GONDAR African Camelot
The Center of Ethiopian art and culture Gondar, founded by Emperor Fasilidas around 1635, is famous for its many medieval castles and the design and decoration of its churches - in particular, Debra Berhan
Cultural tours of Ethiopia enable onto understand the harmonious diversity of the nation. There are 83 languages and 200 dialects spoken throughout Ethiopia.
Harar , the Fortified Historic Town
The fortified historic town of Harar is located in the eastern part of the country on a plateau with deep gorges surrounded by deserts and savannah. The walls surrounding this sacred Muslim city were built
LALIBELA The Eighth wonder of the world
Lalibela, a medieval settlement in the Lasta area of Wello, lies at the centre of an extensive complex of rock
churches. Lalibela has 11 remarkable rock-hewn monolithic, semi-monolithic and cave built churches, built by one of the Zagwe Dynasty rulers, King Lalibela in the
MAGO NATIONAL PARK
The Simien Mountain massif is a broad plateau, cut off to the north and west by an enormous single crag over 60 kilometers long. To the south, the tableland slopes gently down to 2,200 meters, divided by gorges 1,000 meters deep that can take more than two days to cross.
Meet the people of South Ethiopia
Cultural tours of Ethiopia enable onto understand the harmonious diversity of the nation. There are 83 languages and 200 dialects spoken throughout Ethiopia. The culture in Ethiopia is truly exotic, untouched and authentic.
Nechisar National Park
Nechisar National Park is situated 510km south of Addis near the town of Arba Minch, in between Lakes Abaya and Chamo. From the town on the ridge of land that divides Abaya and Chamo there are commanding panoramic views all around, including both lakes with
Omo National Park
Omo National Park is on the west bank of the Omo River in the lower Omo valley. The park is 140 km long, stretching from the Neruze River in the south to the Sharum plain in the north, and up to 60 km wide where the Park Headquarters are situated.
SEMIEN MOUNTAIN- THE ROOF OF AFRICA
The Simien Mountain massif is a broad plateau, cut off to the north and west by an enormous single crag over 60 kilometers long. To the south, the tableland slopes gently down to 2,200 meters, divided by gorges 1,000
Surma :Visit the untouched culture
Tigray Rock Hewn Churches and Gheralta
The Tigray region has plenty more, older ones, with more paintings, special architecture; remote locations….Over 125 rock hewn churches are recorded with Tigray-alone. These churches date from 4th-15th century. Most of them are visited around the Gheralta chained mountains. Others are found in eastern and southern Tigray.
WALKING THROUGH REMOTE RURAL ETHIOPIA
For travellers with a sense of adventure, this trekking route along the ridge of the vast, towering Mesket escarpment (to the south of Lalibela) provides a truly unforgettable opportunity to explore Ethiopia's stunning mountain
Yangudi Rassa National Park
It's not a surprise that Africa is a place of amazing parks, but none combines such a variety of stunning landscapes and wildlife as Afar's Yangudi Rassa National Park. Not only you can catch incredible close up view of the wildlife daily activities but you can also explore the nearby