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The Zagwe Dynasty

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Axum began to decline in the early decades of the 7th century following the rise and rapid expansion of the Muslim Arabs throughout the Middle East. Both Byzantium and the Persian Empire fell to the Arabs and this dealt a deathblow to the trading endeavours of the Axumite kings. Little is known of what became of the Axumite kingdom between the 8th and 11th centuries. Around the middle of the 11th century the Ethiopian state reappeared as the Christian Zagwe dynasty with its center in the town of Roha in the Amhara region of the Ethiopian highlands.

Konso People

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.


King Fassiledes Palace

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".

Semien Mountain

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

The Semien mountains are one of Africa’s largest ranges studded with at least a dozen of peaks topping the 4,000m mark. These includes Ras Dashen, 4,543masl, the highest point in Ethiopia and possibly the fourth highest peak in Africa. The semien mountain national park is the only park in Ethiopia registered as world heritage site in 1979.

The Walled City of Harar

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Harar, one of the four most sacred centre of the Islamic world is situated on the high edge of the eastern Ethiopian escarpment. This medieval welled city, with its more than 90 mosques and shrines, is considered the fourth most sacred centre of Islam. Established in 1520 by a local chief, Sultan Abu Baker Muhamed, Harar shortly afterwards was besieged and captured by the functional Muslim leader, Ahmed Gragn, who used it as a headquarter from which to launch his devastating Jihad against the Ethiopian Christian kingdom to the west north.

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This package is designed to show you the colorful festival of Meskel, “The Find of The True Cross”; in Addis Ababa celebrate to commemorate the discovery of the true cross upon, which Jesus was crucified, by the Empress Helena, the mother of Constantine the Great, which has been celebrated in the country for over 1,600 years.

Awash National Park Vacation

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

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Day 1: Arrival in Addis Ababa; welcomed by one of our representative. Transfer to your hotel. O/n Hotel.

Day 2: Addis Ababa to Langano. Drive to Langano, en route birding at DebreZeith, Lake Zway and Langano. O/n Hotel.

Addis Ababa City Tour

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

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We start at 10.30AM with a pick up from airport and drive north up to Mount Entoto.

In 1881 Emperor Menelik II made his permanent camp there, after remains of an old town (believed to have been the capital of 16th century monarch Lebna Dengel) were discovered, which Menelik thought was a divine and auspicious sign.

  • Addis Ababa at between 2300 - 2500 meters is the third highest capital in the world and Entoto is a few hundred meters higher.

As we drive up the hill there is an appreciable drop in altitude and the air is filled with the scent of the Eucalyptus trees which are lined on the road.
From the top, there is a panoramic view of the capital and surrounding countryside. Entoto is an important watershed, to the north water flows to the Blue Nile, to the south to the Awash River.
Entoto was soon abandoned as a site for the capital - it was cold, difficult to provision and there was a shortage of wood. Empress Taytu was said to have led the move down to the plain of Finfine, and to have named the new capital Addis Ababa, or New Flower. 

After having a wonderful time we descend to Addis Ababa, stopping off at the National Archaeological Museum.

  • Here visitors can see exhibits ranging from the 3.5 million-year-old bones of Lucy, through the Axumite and Gondarene periods to the monarchs Tewodros and Menelik.

  • Lunch time, enjoy with Ethiopian and Western dishes with drinks and organic juices…..

After lunch we will visit the Trinity Cathedral, where many patriots of the war against the Italian invaders are buried, then passing Menelik’s Palace we proceed to drive through Africa Hall in the headquarters of the Economic Commission for Africa, We then move to the Mercato, the largest market area in Africa, where virtually every possible commodity is on sale, from livestock to computers.

This completes the day tour and You will be taken back to the Airport for Your departure.

Please Note that, the lunch service can be changed to dinner where you Dinner in well known traditional restaurant with folkloristic dances. And here you can dance with the locals with traditional dancing band!!


Tour to The Danakil Deprssion And Erta Ale

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

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Day 1: Arrival at Addis Ababa Bole International airport. Overnight Hotel

Day 2: Depart to Awash National park via the rift Valley. Overnight Hotel

Day 3: Trip to Semera through the rift valley region. Overnight Camping

Cultural and Natural Tour to Omo Valley

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

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Day 1: Arrival at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport. Overnight Hotel

Day 2: Drive to Langano passing through the rift valley. Overnight Hotel

Day 3: Head south to Arbaminch visiting the Dorze tribe. Overnight Hotel

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