Harar

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Harar is a walled city which stands on the eastern wall of the Great Rift Valley and is the provincial capital of Ethiopia’s largest administrative region, Hararge. The city’s location gives wonderful views of the surrounding country – the vast Danakil desert to the north, the fertile Harar Mountains to the west, and the cattle […]

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Bahir dar

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The beautiful city lined with palm trees, means “the Lakeside town”. The city which is visited with “tankuas” (papyrus canoes) is famous for Lake Tana, which is the largest water body in Ethiopia and the source of the Blue Nile fall. Bahirdar has recently been voted one among three promising cities in Africa; a good […]

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Gondar

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Gondar was the capital of Ethiopia from the rise of Fasilades to the fall of Tewodros (1855-68) which is reflected in the many castles and palaces in the city. The city’s main imperial precinct, known as the Royal Enclosure, covers an area of 7.7 hectares and contains five castles, raised walkways and connecting tunnels surrounded […]

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Lalibela

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Lalibela is a small town in the middle of the Ethiopian highlands. It’s surrounded by a rocky and dry area where just in the raining period farmers can grow their crops. One’s called Roha and the capital of the Zagwe Dynasty which ruled over Ethiopia from the 10th century to the mid- 13th century. It […]

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Axum

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Axum is a town of Legends offering a glimpse to a truly remarkable past. It’s littered with the ruins of palaces, underground tombs, mysterious monolithic steals, which are the largest in the world and carved from single piece of granite, inscriptions and many historical relics. The legacy of the Queen of Sheba lies just below […]

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Featured Tour Package

  • Historic Route & Omo Valley Tour +

    Day 1: Arrive at Addis and welcoming, city tour in Addis, National Museum, Ethnography Museum, Merkato Market and Entoto Mountain. Read More
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