GONDAR TREASURES

Gondar was founded by the emperor Fassiledas in 1636 and was the capital of the country for the next two centuries. The city contains dozen castle built by the six …

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THE KARO PEOPLE

The Karo people are thought to be one of the most endangered groups of the omo with a population of about 1500 people. They inhabit the eastern bank of the …

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ERTA ALE AND DANAKIL

The North East part of Ethiopia is the paleo anthropological, great geological, cultural, and mineral site. This corner of the country is where the Great Rift Valley forms the triangle …

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Featured Ethiopia Tour Destinations

  • Sof Omar

    Sof Omar, a tiny Muslim village in Bale, is the site of an amazing complex of natural caves, cut by the Weyb River as it found its way into the …

  • Surma People

    Known for their almost ghostlike body painting stick fighting and lip plate worn by women, the surma are believed to no around 45,000 and are split to three subgroups the …

  • Lalibela

    Also known as ‘Africa’s Petra’,lallibela and it rock-hewn are arguably ethiopia’s top attraction. It was built in order to become ‘new Ethiopian Jerusalem’ stay away from the travel of Ethiopian …

  • Dallol

    Dallol is located in the Danakil Depression in NE Ethiopia, in a remote area subject to the highest average temperature on the planet. It lies 120 m below sea level. …

  • Hamar

    The Hamar people are particularly known for their remarkable hair styles. To illustrate their welfare and health the Hamar women mix together ochre, water and binding resin, rub the mixture …

  • Harar

    Harar is believed to the 4th holiest city in Islam, after mikkah, medinah and Jerusalem. It’s strong and encircling walls which tightly embracing the town. Its rich and exciting market …

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