Ethiopia Tours and Travel
Travel to Ethiopia with ease and convenience. A memorable journey awaits you.
Best time to go – mid-October to June (dry season)
High Season – Between October and January
Size – 1,104,300 km² (about five times larger than UK)
Home to 9
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
No. of Days: 10 Days
No. of Days: 15 Days
Culture and History
No. of Days: 8 Days
No. of Days: 1 Day
Emerging Tourist Destination
Ethiopia is Africa’s second largest country by population and 10th largest by size so there is a lot to know and be aware of.
We are locally born in Ethiopia and educated here. We know the country, the terrain and the people. Professionally qualified and certified to take charge of Ethiopian tourist expeditions, we promise to take care of you and provide you an experience like no other. Despite Ethiopia being known as a poor country, you will still feel that touch of luxury with our modern, top-quality transportation and accommodation services.
Things about Ethiopia
Ethiopia’s exhilarating festivals are a highlight to any trip. Usually lasting for several days, these colorful events deliver extraordinary celebrations to locals and tourists alike.
UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES
Be in awe of 8 cultural and 1 natural splendid UNESCO World Heritage Sites – from the glorious Simien Mountains to the enchanting Omo River and Lalibela rock churches…
BIRDS OF ETHIOPIA
A global center of avian diversity, Ethiopia displays an impressive avifauna comprising of 835 species with 23 of them endemic to the country.
Ethiopia, in the Horn of Africa, is an excellent choice for birding. Thousands of visitors visit Ethiopia to behold the splendid wonders of birds interacting with their natural environment.
“Hell on Earth”
Witness unreal views of the one-of-a-kind Danakil Depression as you explore the lowest and hottest quarters of Africa…
OMO VALLEY SITES
The striking town, conveniently located amidst green hills offers grand views over the rift valley lakes of Chamo and Abaya.
Ethiopia’s spectacular network of national parks allow visitors to enjoy the diverse scenery, wildlife and the unique kind of adventure that’s truly unparalleled in Africa.
The Hamar tribe is an Omotic community residing in South Western Ethiopia. They hail from the Omo river valley in the Debub Omo zone with villages in Turmi and Dimeka representing approximately 0.1% of the total Ethiopian population.
Whenever you travel, it’s not just the sights and sounds of a different culture that are alluring – it’s the food as well. And travelling to Ethiopia is no exception.
Coffee is an everyday commodity that people all over the world enjoy. But did you know that coffee was born in Ethiopia? There you will find that coffee is more than just a cup of joe that you take to jumpstart your day…
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Ethiopia always has a special place in my imagination… I felt I would be visiting my own genesis, unearthing the roots of what made me an African
– Nelson Mandela
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