Ethiopia is a land of contrast and extreme diversity. From the lowest lowland on earth to the second highest mountain in Africa, from the least complicated fascinating tribes of southern Ethiopia to the capital city and headquarter of Africa, Ethiopia is quite a contrast of historical, cultural and natural attractions.
Gondar the 'Camelot' of Africa
From kings and churches to emperors and castles: another not-to-be-missed stop on Ethiopia's Historic Route is what has been called the 'Camelot' of Africa: Gonda
Lalibela Ethiopia’s rock-hewn churches
A small, rural village, soaked in magic and mysticism and an unassuming place set amidst a stunning highland landscape, Lalibela is home to some of the finest UNESCO rock-hewn churches in the world.The town of Lalibela was originally known as Roha. It was renamed after the 12th-century King Lalibela, who commissioned these extraordinary churches...
Simien Mountains National Park
Trips to the Simien Mountains start from 1 day long and run all the way up to 17 days, which will take you on a 175 km trek from Debark to Lalibela or Mekele. Your actual stay will depend on a number of factors, including how much time you have, how much money you have, how much you want to hike and how much you like camping in the wild....