The ancient Ethiopian monuments throughout Northern Ethiopia form the core of Ethiopia's tourist attractions.
Why go Safari To Ethiopia?
Ethiopia Tourist & Safari Destinations
In fact, the majority of the tourists follow this itinerary and rightly so. Ethiopia is the only country in Africa South of the Sahara that has ancient historical monuments and Ethiopia's monuments are unique in both their history and their architecture.The most famous tourist attractions of Ethiopia on the historical circuit are: the circular Ethiopian Orthodox Churches on islands in Lake Tana, the Blue Nile Falls, the castles of Gondar, the Stellea of Axum, the rock hewn churches of Tigray, the ancient temple of Yeha, and the rock hewn churches in Lalibela.
Generally the best time to visit is between October and June, when it is the dry season. Rains tend to stop in early October, meaning afterwards the highlands are lush and green – perfectRead More
Ethiopia has five climatic zones, defined by altitude and temperature: ... The cold, moist temperate zone covers the Afro-alpine areas on the highest plateaus between 3,200 and 3,500 m;Read More
Either way, you'll also need 2 passport size photographs. To get the most current visa information; for business visas and multiple-entry tourist visas, contact your local Ethiopian EmbassyRead More
Ethiopia sits in the meningitis belt. This region of Africa is known for it’s meningitis transmission from December through June. Make sure you are vaccinated against all forms of meningitis before your trip.MosquitoRead More
Ethiopia has an extraordinary range of wildlife with 242 listed mammal species, 28 of these being endemic. ... Most notable of the endemic mammals are the gelada baboon, the Walia ibex, the Menelik's bushbuck, the mountainRead More
Compared with many African countries, Ethiopia is remarkably safe – most of the time. Serious or violent crime is rare; against travellers it’s extremely rare. Outside the capital, the risk of petty crime drops still further.Read More
King Lalibela, from ZagweDynasty, constructed the churches between 12th and 13th centuries to be a kind of second Jerusalem, after Muslim conquests haltedRead More
This is a surreal piece of real estate that’s strewn with active volcanoes, salted basins, hot springs, and a lava lake – all of which combine to create a very lunar-like landscape.Read More
Built by the Axum Kingdom between 1st and 4th centuries the Axum Obelisks are markers for underground burial chambers. The largest of the grave markers were for royal burial chambersRead More
Harar Jugol is a walled Muslim city with 368 narrow alleyways, with 82 mosques and 102 shrines dating back to the 10th century. The walls surrounding this sacred Muslim city were built in the early 16th
The Rift Valley includes wonderful lakes, hot springs, and lots of fun wildlife. Tourists and locals love to spend time near the hot springs for its therapeutic benefits and to relax. It makes for a nice road trip to travel the entire length of the valley. The Rift Valley is a chain of seven lakes – each
As the northern part of the country is notable for its historical relics, there are the Omotic tribes of the south who still adhere to ancient animistic rituals. Beaded leather skirts and complementing body painting, feathered headdresses and dramatic scarification make theRead More
The oldest remains found at the site date back 4 million years & provide evidence of human evolution which has modified our conception of the history of humankind.
The national museum is one of the places within the city frequented by tourists. Set within Haile Selassie’s former palace, the museum contains numerous antiquities, various historical relics, archaeological, paleontologist objects including the 3.5 million-year-old skeleton of Lucy.
The site contains 36 monuments, including 32 carved stelae covered with symbols. Located 85 km south of Addis, they are the remains of an ancient Ethiopian culture.Read More
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Superior guide Your guide will be pleasant and personable; they're an established safari guide with at least 3 years of bush experience. They will have conversational English, and will be able to correctly identify virtually all species of animals and most birds – and also have some knowledge of their behaviour. They'll have a good understanding of the local cultures, and often speak some of the local languages. They will generally admit what he doesn't know, and use references to try and find out the answers. Superior guides are used in all of the trip ideas mentioned here.