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Bale Mountains

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

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Axum

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Ethiopia is old; old beyond all imaginings. As Abyssinica, its culture and traditions dated back over 3000 years. Ethiopia’s north most state, Tigray contains the first outposts of the high and mountainous escarpment in which the country’s remarkable civilization was born and nurtured towards the edge of this escarpment, the city of Axum emerged several years(centuries) before the birth of Christ as the capital of a state that traded with ancient Greece, Egypt and Asia, with its navies sailing as far a field as Ceylon, Axum late became the most important power between the roman empire and Persia and for while controlled a part of south Arabia.

The visitors to Axum today will be struck most forcibly by two things, first the ages of its antiquities and secondly the remarkable quality and advanced design that went in to the indicating a level of culture and technology virtually unsurpassed in the ancient world.

Historical Route

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

The name of this region has been derived, through the Greek form, aithiopia, from the two words aitho, "I burn", and ops, "face". It would thus mean the coloured man's land -- the land of the scorched faces. But a different origin is claimed for the name by many modern writers, some of whom say that the Greeks borrowed the word from the Egyptians, and that as early as the Twelfth Dynasty the Egyptians knew the land under the name Ksh, or Kshi.

Bike Tours Over the Lands of Ethiopia

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Enjoy a tour of Ethiopia’s scenic beauty while riding a bike.

Celebrations in Ethiopia are great and colorful events, mostly religious, and frequently take place over several days.


With over 80 ethnic groups, the cultures of many different communities pattern Ethiopian lifestyle. Celebrations and festivals play an important part in daily social life. The Orthodox Tewahedo Church celebrations are unique and impressive; Important Christian festivals which provide colorful ceremonies include Enkutatash (New Year) falls on September 11 which coincides with the end of the season of heavy rains and the beginning of Spring,  Timket, which marks Christ’s baptism is the most colorful even of the year, Genna(Christmas), Meskel marks the Finding of the True Cross and Fasika (Easter). During the celebration People dress in traditional costume white clothes made from cotton.

Gondar

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

The Middle Era(Gondar)

Gondar was the first capital to unite Ethiopians as an Orthodox nation, changing it from a Catholic nation, under their converted king following help he received from Portuguese. This king abdicated in favour of his son, Fasilledes, who began, in 1632, the castle/palace building. There are at least 6 castles within the defensive wall, built by a succession of kings, over a period of 236 years, so Gondar is called "the Camelot of Ethiopia".

Erbore

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

The Arbore people, whose primary religion is Islam, are from the Omotic language family. They live west of the Woito river (which flows from north to south into the swampy plain which was once lake Stefanie), northeast of the lake, and on the right bank of the lower Sagan. Konso is the lingua franca in this area. Population 7400. In the space of a few square miles, there are four large Arbore villages, Jellifa, Egudi, Gula'ma and Gondara'ba, the last being their main center and the residence of their paramount chief.

Hamar & Benna: - the Bull-Jumping people

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Belonging to a group of culturally distinct people known as the Sidamo are inscribed in the far South West Omotic region, beyond Mount Buska live the Hamar and Benna people. These astounding and superstitious people, were veiled in mystery for over half a century. The Hamar and Benna, are two of the Omotic speakers of remote south west Ethiopia, with unique manifestations of traditional wisdom, the 'jumping of bulls'. The purpose of this rite is twofold: while one is the passage from boyhood to adulthood, the other is the courting occasion when both men and women adorn themselves to win a mate. The men put ochre buns on their skin and head and insert ostrich feather, while the women wear their hair in short tufts rolled in ochre mixed with fat.

Konso: - People of Wooden-totem

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

About 600KMs south west of Addis Ababa lies the widely cultivated Konso land that is embraced by Precambrian serpentines and granites. The Konso peoples speak eastern Cushitic language and are agriculturalists and weavers. These peoples are cryptic beyond visitors' imagination which is demonstrated in the distinctive idealization of the figures and heroic lives of their deceased symbolized with wooden totem.

Dallol Depression

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Interactions between water and lava at shield volcanoes can cause some eruptions to become hydrovolcanic. These explosive eruptions are drastically different from the usual shield volcanic activity, and are especially prevalent at the waterbound volcanoes of the Hawaiian Isles.

About Endless

Endless Ethiopia Tours (EETs) is established by friendly, trained and experienced experts in tourism industry, who are here to provide you with the best unbiased, personalized and knowledgeable services.

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