Book Your Trip to Danakil Depression

How to Book Your Trip to Danakil Depressions?

Is It Safe To Travel To Danakil Depressions In 2021? Touring to Danakil Depressions as a solo without arranging by tour agents like other parts of Ethiopia is little difficult and you must book organized group tours or organized private tours with an agent from Addis Ababa & for that the best and favorable ways

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How to plan your Omo Valley tribes tours?

Getting across southern parts of Ethiopia the lower Omo valley tribes are one of the most indigenous and fascinating tribes  in Ethiopia and in the east parts of Africa, They have aplenty of culture and interesting ceremony but eve n they have a cultural diversity in the different tribes of Omo valley tribes  still the

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simen mountain national park

What Makes The Simien Mountains National Park Unique For Trekking?

Simien mountain national park is one of the most amazing places for short trekking and long trekking and this park is located in the northern Ethiopia with having a stunning landscape shaped by nature for visitors on breathtaking views and setting with different endemic wildlife. The wonderful natural beauties of Simien Mountain National Park ridges

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Unity Park Addis Ababa

Unity, Sheger and Entoto Parks

Unity Park, Sheger park and Entoto parks; As the political capital of Africa, Addis Ababa is always a good embodiment of urban tourism. Especially, Dr. Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister has taken a rigorous fund raising initiative called “Dine for Sheger” to exalt Addis Ababa to a better positioning in the tourism service sector. In

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ethiopian airlines

Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines (Ethiopian) is the flag carrier of Ethiopia. During the past seventy plus years, Ethiopian has become one of the continent’s leading carriers, unrivalled in Africa for efficiency and operational success, turning profits for almost all the years of its existence. Operating at the forefront of technology, the airline has also become one of

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Ethiopia Covid-19 Travel update

In order to control the spread of COVID-19, Effective July 18,2020 the Ethiopian Government has decided to quarantine all arriving passengers entering Ethiopia for 7 days at the expense of the passengers, except travelers who can bring certificate of negative RT-PCR SAR-CoV test done up to 5 days before arrival to Ethiopia. All travelers arriving

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2020 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards

Addis Ababa, August 2020:   We’re delighted to announce that we have been awarded the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award 2020 for the award winning to accommodations, attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great reviews from travellers and are ranked within the top 10% of properties on TripAdvisor. Amanuel Assefa, General Manager and Founder of the company

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Exploring Addis Ababa in One Day

Ethiopia’s capital city, Addis Ababa, boasts a rich culture and history behind its modern-day hustle and bustle. Located in the highlands of the Rift Valley, Addis Ababa is also known as the “Political Capital of Africa” because this city is the headquarters of the African Union, United Nations Economic Commissions for Africa as well as

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Hamer Bull Jumping

Everything You Need to Know About the Hamer Tribe Bull Jumping Ceremony

Residing in the southwest region of Ethiopia, the Hamer tribe is one of the Omo Valley tribes hailing from the Omo river valley in the Debub Omo Zone. With villages in Turmi and Dimeka, they represent approximately 0.1% of the Ethiopian population. The Hamer tribe are quite isolated and are mainly pastoralists with their culture still placing a

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A Beginner’s Guide on How to Trek Ethiopia’s Semien Mountains

An exotic setting with unique wildlife and jaw-dropping views of the amazing landscape below, the Simien Mountains National Park is a remote and rugged chain of mountains that stretch across northern Ethiopia. Among its main attraction is the deep, canyon-style gorges filled with various natural sights. The escarpment forms small elevations that offer splendid natal lookout points

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Best Cuisines to Experience in Ethiopia

One of the best things about Ethiopia is that it isn’t just a magical country with its own calendar and distinct alphabet, but it is also home to some of the tastiest, scrumptious delicacies you will ever come across. Ethiopian cuisine is colorful, rich, and flavourful with a wide variety of cultural dishes and drinks.   Beyond

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Ice and Fire: A Closer Look at Bale Mountains National Park

In contrast to Ethiopia’s lush landscapes in its entirety, very little was written about the Bale Mountains prior to 1950. But this famous mountain has quickly become one of the best ways to trek Ethiopia.   History of the Bale Mountains National Park The Bale Mountains were formed from lava outpourings which covered all the

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About the Omo Valley Tribes: Why are they popular?

Ethiopia is home to around eight Omo Valley Tribes comprised of over 200,000 people speaking 47 different languages. Historically, these ethnic groups have exhibited a fascinating range of cultural practices and four of Africa’s major linguistic groups including the endemic Omotic languages are represented within one relatively small area. The fact that this small area happens to

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Ethiopia Tours for Seniors

Senior citizens have the advantage of longer travel getaways and all the time to explore the world. The best part is that the pace of the tour can be adjusted to their needs so they can still have a good time on their travels without feeling too exhausted at every destination. While there’s so many

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Ethiopia Coffee Ceremony

The Best Way to Experience an Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

Coffee drinking culture has evolved throughout the years and in the modern, fast-paced world of today. The drink is an essential part of most people’s diets. This rich flavorful beverage gives us the energy boost we need to get our bodies going for the day ahead. Unknown to most people, however, the native and undomesticated origin

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