Intro To Ethiopia

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Tour to UNESCO World Heritage Sites

10 Days

Ethiopia is blessed with a lot of amazing tourist-worthy attractions and sites, so much that most of them are named UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

This package will give you the opportunity to visit them all, take them all in, and experience their beauty while getting an insight into the history of Ethiopia.

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Tour to South Ethiopia

Extraordinary cultural integrity, that there is more than a smattering of truth in the assertion that as recently as 50 years ago the people of South Omo were scarcely aware that such an entity as Ethiopia existed.

The Ethiopian people and tribes have kept their culture and way of life over centuries. This package will give you the opportunity to interact with local and indigenous tribes and get an insight into how they live and their unique culture.

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Ethiopia's Omo Valley

8 Days / 7 Nights

The Ethiopian people and tribes have kept their culture and way of life over centuries. This package will give you the opportunity to interact with local and indigenous tribes and get an insight into how they live and their unique culture.

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Birding in Ethiopia

10 Days / 9 Nights

Ethiopia is one of the great birding destinations for both the serious and recreational ornithologists. Over 850 species of birds, many extremely beautiful and exotic, reside in Ethiopia.  Of these, 16 are endemic to Ethiopia, 14 other species are shared only with Eritrea.  There are 214 species of pal arctic migrants in Ethiopia; 45 of these have been found in the country during the summer months.  A large number of species have breeding populations in Ethiopia.

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Ethiopian Historic Route

7 Days / 6 nights

Axum Historical Site in Ethiopia

AXUM & ITS HISTORICAL SITES

The Axumite Empire (sometimes called the Kingdom of Axum), was an important trading nation in northeastern Africa, growing from the proto-Aksumite period ca. 4th century BC to achieve prominence by the 1st century AD.

LALIBELA ROCK-HEWN CHURCHES

“By vast expense and hideous pain, the rock a church became”, wrote a historian in the 17th century. Lalibela is also described as the “African Petra” or “New Jerusalem“. Undoubtedly the 12 rock hewn churches, whose construction started during the reign of king Lalibela (13th century), are one of the foremost wonders of the world.

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GONDAR CASTLES

“By vast expense and hideous pain, the rock a church became”, wrote a historian in the 17th century. Lalibela is also described as the “African Petra” or “New Jerusalem“. Undoubtedly the 12 rock hewn churches, whose construction started during the reign of king Lalibela (13th century), are one of the foremost wonders of the world.

SEMIEN MOUNTAINS

Located in the north of Gondar along the road to Axum, the Simien Mountains offer a uniquely wonderful sight: high peaks and deep gorges, valleys, and rivers, golden barley fields as far as the eye can see.

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ETHIOPIAN EXPLORER THE WALLED CITY OF HARAR

4th Holiest Site in Islam

The walls which still surround the old city, have been constructed by Sultan Nur around 1560. This old walled city with its steep cobbled streets and white houses breathes a special, relaxed and lively atmosphere and you should stay several days to taste it.

Through the ages, Harar has been ruled by several sultans so it nearly always has been under Muslim influence. That's why the old city inhabits 108 mosques from which the oldest is of the 12th century.

It is also interesting to visit one of the old Harar houses with their beautiful interior and don't forget the lively market to buy the famous colourful Harar basketware. The most famous attraction of Harar is the hyena man who -according to a 50 years old tradition- is feeding every evening meat to a troupe of hyenas. He knows all the hyena's by name and the he calls them they appear from the darkness one by one to take the meat from his hand or mouth.name