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…
The magic of Ethiopia never jades. With a plethora of wonders it showcases — phenomenal landscapes, peerless history, joyful festivals, unique calendar and many more.
Ethiopia. What pops into your mind when you hear “Ethiopia”? The rock-strewn, pink to red churches? Most people who visit Ethiopia seek…
The striking town, conveniently located amidst green hills offers grand views over the rift valley lakes of Chamo and Abaya. Being one of the most striking cities…
In Ethiopia, Christmas is called “Ledet” or “Genna” which comes from the word Gennana meaning imminent about the coming of the Lord as well as the freeing of mankind from sin.
The Tsemai, the dominant people of Weito village on the Konso-Jinka road, are regarded to be among the least known ethnic groups of Ethiopia.
The ancient city of Axum is located in Tigrai Region. Its exact geographical location is N14 7 48.684 E38 43 6.996.
Ethiopia a paradise for Ornithology, there are about 835 species of birds known to occur in Ethiopia, 23 are found exclusively within the country’s boundaries.
Located in the Danakil Depression in a remote area subject to the highest average temperatures on the planet, it is one of the most amazing sites to be seen on the planet.