Ethiopia Tour Packages

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Ethiopia is a rugged, landlocked country split by the Great Rift Valley. With archaeological finds dating back more than 3 million years, it’s a place of ancient culture. Ethiopia’s wildlife riches are also diverse, from typical African savannah animals in the south to unique indigenous creatures. The natural beauty, with high mountains, lakes, waterfalls as well as arid deserts are among the natural attractions of Ethiopia.

Best Time to Visit

Best time to visit Ethiopia 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 – perfect for trekking among pretty wildflowers that have sprung up. Book your Ethiopia Tour Packages and explore the Ethiopia.

Best Ethiopia Tour Packages

1. Feasting Easter At The Black Jerusalem Tour

In this tour, Climb to the top of Entotto hill, 3200m high, to observe the urbanism of the Ethiopian capital. Visit the National Museum; visit the Ethnological Museum (which is the ancient palace of Haileselassie). Visit Lake Tana, and its islands, on boat. There are 37 islands on Lake Tana, out of which 30 have churches and monastries of historical and cultural significance. Attend the religious celebration of the eve of Fasika (Easter) which drowns us into an unreal ambiance. Easter, Fasika for Ethiopians, is certainly the most important feasts which marks the year. Much more in tour package…

2. Omo Valley Tour

In this tour, journey through the valley of the Omo and Konso ethnic discovery; visit their village. Explore the Borana village and their semi-nomadic life style. We also visit the amazing saline Crater Lake which lies at the base of a 200 meter deep base of crater. The lake is an important regional center for salt extraction. Much more in tour package…

3. Surma People And The Western Side Of The Omo River Tour

In this tour, drive to the unique Surma people. Here women wear circular or trapezoidal shaped plates into their lips. Men have different scarification all over their body. Visit the Surma people around Kibish. Possibility of participating to a donga game (November to January) which is a stick fighting ritual. Visit the Nyangatom people and their villages, with their particular culture and way of life. Continue to the Omo River, and visit the Mursi people. Women put circular plates into their lips. Drive to Jimma, with a stop to waterfalls on the way, for short walking too. Reach Jimma and visit the AbaJifar palace, old king house + the museum of all his artifacts and more, in town. Much more in tour package…

4. Discovery Of Culture And Bale Mountains In The South Tour

The South is very rich in its great ethnic and linguistic diversity. The people it comprises constitute a real mosaic. Some ethnic groups consisting of only few hundred individuals do not even have their proper language, tradition, and way of life and have little attachment to them. Discover here the Banna and Ari ethnic groups. Having the same linguistic and cultural family with the Hamer, their social organization is also identical. On the way to Key Afer, there is a very colourful market every Thursday. Excursion on boat on Lake Chamo also allows to walk among crocodiles and hippopotamus which coexist peacefully with pelicans and other white eagles. Much more in tour package…

5. Historic Route With Trekking At Semien Mountains Tour

Start tour in Addis Ababa, visit Entoto Mountains with views over the capital, the National museum, St George church. On next day, visit the churches on Lake Tana’s islands, as Ura Kidane Mehret and Asua Mariam. On next day, drive to Sankaber where you will start the trek. Trek to Geech (3350 meters above sea level) (6-7 hours, 17 km), enjoying a beautiful landscape, spot the endemic wattle ibis and white collar pigeon, and more. In Lalibela, visit the rock-hewn churches in Lalibela, defined as the 8th wonder of the world. Much more in tour package…

 

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