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Wildlife and endemic animals in Ethiopia

The natural beauty of Ethiopia amazes the first-time visitor. Ethiopia is a land of rugged mountains ( some 25 are over 4000 meters high) broad savannah, lakes and rivers. The

Active Volcano at the Afar Region

a brief description on Ertale active volcano and its area ... a brief description on Ertale active volcano and its area ... a brief description on Ertale active volcano and its area

Timkat (epiphany) Festival Ceremony

This is an extremely colourful three-day festival commemorating the baptism of Christ.The night before, priests take the Tabot (which symbolizes the Ark of the Covenant) containing the Ten Commandments from

Trekking at the Bale Mountains

The Ethiopian highlands, blessed with a temperate climate and grand mountain scenery, offer superb trekking opportunities. The principal well-established areas for trekking are the Simien and Bale Mountains National Parks.

Experience the traditional coffee ceremony

The Coffee ceremony is one of the most recognizable parts of Eritrean and Ethiopian culture. Coffee is offered when visiting friends, during festivities, or as a daily staple of life.

CULTURE: Bull Jampping compitition

detail information on the culture of the surma people and specially detail description on their bull jumping ceremony ... detail information on the culture of the surma people and specially

The Blue nile fall (Tisi sat fall)

The Blue Nile (Amharic: ዓባይ?; transliterated: ʿAbbai, but pronounced Abbai; Arabic: النيل الأزرق‎; transliterated: an-Nīl al-Āzraq) is a river originating at Lake Tana in Ethiopia. With the White Nile, the

The Castel of Gondar

Gonder was the 17th Century capital of Ethiopia, and is notable for its medieval Castles and churches. The City's unique imperial compound contains a number of Castles built between 1632

Traditional food and beverage

The cuisine of Ethiopia is one of the world's best kept secrets. Ethiopian food is a spicy mix of vegetable and lentil stews and slow simmered meats. This country in

Wildlife and endemic animals in Ethiopia Active Volcano at the Afar Region Timkat (epiphany) Festival Ceremony Trekking at the Bale Mountains Experience the traditional coffee ceremony CULTURE: Bull Jampping compitition The Blue nile fall (Tisi sat fall) The Castel of Gondar Traditional food and beverage
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Ethiopia (Abyssinia)

Ethiopia is located in the eastern part of Africa, in the so-called “the Horn of Africa” with an area of 1,157,602 Square kilometer and boarded by Kenya ...

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The Great Rift Valley

The rift valley is funnels shaped depression that opens up in the northeast in the Gulf of Aden or around Jordan River and red sea that crosses ...

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Geography & Climate

GeographyAt 435,071 square miles (1,126,829 km2),[70] Ethiopia is the world's 27th-largest country. It is comparable in size to Bolivia. The major portion of Ethiopia lies on the ...

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Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa stands at the very heart of Ethiopia and there is much to do and to see. The city has a  flourishing cultural life, with regular ...

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Lucy

Lucy (also given a second (Amharic) name: dinqineš, or “Dinkenesh,” meaning “You are beautiful” or "you are wonderful") is the common name of AL 288-1, several hundred ...

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The chilada baboon

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The Semyen highland massif is considered to be the finest scenery in all Africa and it is for this reason, and the fact that the area is the home of the Walia Ibex, the Semien Fox and the Gelada Baboon that it has now been gazetted as a national park. The Gelada is not in fact peculiar to the Semyen as is the exclusive Walia Ibex, but they are more numerous here than in their other habitats Some live at Debre Sina not far from Addis Ababa and others at Debre Libanos on the way to the Blue Nile; there are also small populations in the Mulu and Bole Valley...

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The Blue Nile Fall

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The Blue Nile (Amharic: ዓባይ?; transliterated: ʿAbbai, but pronounced Abbai; Arabic: النيل الأزرق‎; transliterated: an-Nīl al-Āzraq) is a river originating at Lake Tana in Ethiopia. With the White Nile, the river is one of the two major tributaries of the Nile. The upper reaches of the river is called the Abbay in Ethiopia, where it is considered holy by many, and is believed to be the River Gihon mentioned as flowing out of the Garden of Eden in Genesis .

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Suveniers and Gift

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Suveniers and Gift shops

Take five shots from different spots beyond the 3-point line and try to score as many points as possible. Do you have what it takes to be on the leaderboard? Lorem ...

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Tour Guide Programs

Tour Program for Afar with Harar

Tour Code : MET117 Duration : (12 Days/11 Night) Day 1 Arrival in Addis Ababa if the flight is in the morning you will have Full day city tour of Addis Ababa o/n Hotel

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Tour program for Harar and Bale with south Ethiopia

Tour Code : MET 113: Duration : (25days and 24 nights)  Day 1 Arrival to Addis Ababa o/n Hotel

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Facilities

Our tour guide service is given in additional tour guide facilities that will garantee the comfort of your stay here. Our staffs are full of multi-lingual guides. Also our service is facilitated with four wheel drive vehicles, and also have all the important equipments like tents, outside dinning tables and chairs, camping gears.

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Must visit historical attraction sites

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Axum

Axum, in its day,  was a great commercial centre, issuing its own currency and t...

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Gonder

Gonder was the 17th Century capital of Ethiopia, and is notable for its medieval...

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Lalibela

Lalibela, a  medieval settlement in the Lasta area of Wallo, lies at the centre ...

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Yeha

The oldest standing structure in Ethiopia is located in Yeha: the Great Temple. ...

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