This is the most popular tour for those visiting Ethiopia. See a range of fabulous constructions, such as the enchanting castles in Gondar and the incredible rock-hewn churches of Lalibela (one of the Eighth Wonders of the World). Be amazed by the thundering Blue Nile Falls (this is actually during the rainy season) and enjoy a boat trip on the splendid Lake Tana for island monasteries.

Discover Ethiopia: The Historic Route

This trip to the South Omo as some kind of living Museum. Four of Africa's major linguistic groups are represented in the region, including the Omotic-speakers. All in all, depending on where one draws the lines, as many as two dozen different tribes occupy South Omo. Some numbering tens of thousands, others no more than 500, each one of them culturally unique.

Discover Ethiopia: Tour Omo Valley Tribes

This trip is designed to admire the natural beauty of the Afar Triangle (also called the Afar Depression or the Danakil Depression) is a geological depression that is caused by the Afar Triple Junction which is part of the Great Rift Valley. The Afar Triangle includes the Danakil Depression and the lowest point in Africa, Lake Asal; And culture tour of the walled city of Harar.

Discover Ethiopia: Danakil Depression & Harar Trip

In order to reach the Guassa plateau from the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, you have to travel approx. 260 km. A paved and then ground road (approx. 80 km) leads to Tarmaber. It takes about 5 hours to travel there by car. Is it worth travelling for so long? Definitely yes!!! We will reach one of the most natural places untouched by civilization in the highlands of Ethiopia. The area, occupying approximately 100 square kilometres, is perfect for trekking.

Discover Ethiopia: Guassa Plateau Tours

Ethiopia is one of those rare Africa destinations with two distinct diversified regions of historical and geographical uniqueness. Travel to the northern part of the country with its 17 centuries of Christian history. Proceed to southern Ethiopia and be amazed on how the culture and lifestyle is so different from their fellow Ethiopians to the north. Visit four distinct tribal villages and feel as though you have stepped back in time.

Discover Ethiopia: Experience Ethiopia’s finest world heritage sites

During our coffee tour we will learn the secrets of coffee cultivation and processing. We will walk through the beautiful jungle with Colobus monkeys dancing above our heads, we will learn about the beauty of its diverse wildlife. From plantation workers and locals, we will learn all about the processes that enable coffee beans to be exported to the international market.

Discover Ethiopia: Coffee and Tea Tours: Ethiopia

It is said to be an ornithologist’s paradise. 850 species of birds (16 of them are endemic) inhabit to Ethiopia. Having an extensive highland surrounded by arid lands, has enabled the evolution of many birds in the region into unique forms and species. It's hard to imagine any living thing surviving in this savage wilderness. But look closely, and you will see some remarkable life not only surviving-but thriving.

Discover Ethiopia: Birding Tours

It is one of the highest-located capital cities in the world. According to many sources, Addis Abeba is third in such classification, after Bolivian La Paz and Ecuador's Quito. However, La Paz is not an official capital city of its country, so we can move the Ethiopian city up to the second place.

Discover Ethiopia: Business Travel

The Semien Mountains is the highland containing many summits above 4000 meters and culminate in the highest point in Ethiopia, Ras Dashn, at 4630 meters, the fourth highest mountain in Africa. Its dramatic topography is the result of the erosion of basalt lavas, which have been calculated to be nearly 3000 meters thick.

Comparing to Semien Mountains, Bale Mountains National Park is the largest area of Afro-Alpine habitat in the whole of the continent. It gives you opportunities for unsurpassed mountain walking, horse trekking, scenic driving and the changes to view many of Ethiopia's endemic mammals, in particular the Mountain Nyala and Semien Fox, and birds such as the Thick-billed Raven, Wattled lbis, Blue-winged Goose, Rouget's Rail, etc. are found.

Discover Ethiopia: Explore Endemic Mammals, Birds, and Vegetations