The Danakil Depression

Set at the juncture of three tectonic plates, the Danakil is one of the world’s lowest-lying places, set mostly below

Awash National Park

National Park protects a semiarid tract of Rift Valley floor inhabited by dry-country antelope such as the handsome Beisa oryx

Bale Mountains National Park

Ethiopia’s most important biodiversity hotspot, Bale Mountains National Park supports a rich mosaic of high-altitude habitats including lush evergreen forest,

Konso Cultural Landscape

Konso, named after the Konso people, is known for its religious traditions, waga sculptures, and nearby fossil beds (the latter

The Tribal Villages

Tsemay Tribe Also spelled Tsamai, they are found living in the semi-arid region of the Omo Valley.  These people are

The Dorze Village

The Dorze area small ethnic group in Ethiopia who speak a language in the Omotic family. Numbering approximately 28,000, they

The South Omo Valley

It may seem superficial to label southern lower Omo valley as a living cultural museum, yet in many senses that

Bishoftu or Debre Zeit

Bishoftu or Debre Zeit is one of the nearby days out destinations on the outskirts of Addis Ababa in the

Wenchi Crater Lake

Wenchi Lake is situated in the crater of a massive 3400-meter volcano approximately 100 km west of Addis. It is

Rock-hewn churches of Tigray

Tigray is recognized as the cradle of the ancient Ethiopian civilization. The Yeha temple and the Axumite monolithic steleas testify

Rock hewn Churches of Lalibela

After the decline of the Axumite empire, lamenting their lost grandeur, Ethiopia’s rulers retreated with their Christian subjects to the


Gondar, founded by Emperor Fasilidas around 1635, is famous for its many medieval castles and the design and decoration of

Harar The Living Musem

Muslims refer to the historic walled citadel of Harar Jugol as the City of Saints, and regard it to be

Debre Libanos

At about 106 km, an important monastic center for the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. This monastery was founded in 13th century

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa, the vibrant Capital of modern Ethiopia& Africa, and gateway for most tourists, is the political and commercial heart


AXUM, the site of Ethiopian most ancient city, is today a small town blissfully ignorant of its glorious past. The