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Monday, 23 November 2015 00:00

Abiyata Shala National Park

With beautiful savannahs, acacia forests, thorny scrub and Euphorbias, the Abiyata-shala park is situated in the Rift Valley created to protect both a beautiful landscape and species of birds inhabiting the area.

Two salt water lakes, Abiyata and Shala separated by a rocky barrier cover more than half of the park and between them lies Mount Fike.

Lake Abiyata is shallow rich in fish, attracting numerous birds to its shores making it an ideal place for bird watching, particularly for viewing Pink Flamingos.

Lake Shala further south was formed in a crater of a volcano and is the deepest lake in the rift valley. Volcanic islands dot its surface and are surrounded by large acacia and Euphorbia forest and numerous hot springs that release boiling hot water and steam geysers. These waters are highly valued for their therapeutic properties, especially for the relief of rheumatism.

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Ethiopia was designated as the World Finest supreme Tourist Destination for 2015 and as the Favorite Cultural Destination in 2015 by European Council on Tourism and Trade (ECTT). Also, Prime Minister Hailemariam was also chosen as World Leader of Tourism and as member of European Tourism Academy. The titles were presented to Prime Minister Hailemariam Ethiopia, on July 9, at the National Palace.

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Friday, 13 November 2015 16:20


Ethiopia is evolving at an astounding pace in some ways it is modern but there is room to grow and it is moving ahead. Ethiopia has made remarkable progress in the last decade as a democratic federal state. It is the safest place in all of Africa if not the World. Its people of religions of Muslim, Christianity and other faiths live closely, respectfully, and lovingly alongside each other as there is no religious supremacy in this holy land.

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Friday, 13 November 2015 16:09


Drivers require a valid international drivers license which can be obtained by exchanging yours by local license at the transport and communications office. Visitors can recover their original license a day or so prior to departure. Those with their own vehicles shall get a permit from the ministry of transport and communications. Driving is on the right.

Published in Informations
Friday, 13 November 2015 15:59

Currency & Regulations

The Local Currency is the Ethiopian Birr made up of 100 cents. Notes are in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 birr notes. There are six different coins: 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 1 birr. There is no limit to the amount of foreign currency imported to Ethiopia but it must be declared on arrival using a currency declaration form.

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Friday, 13 November 2015 15:56

Visa and immigration requirements

Visa applications may be obtained at Ethiopian diplomatic missions abroad. Nations of some 33 countries are allowed are allowed to receive their tourist visa on arrival to Ethiopia at regular charge. These countries include: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, brazil, Canada, China, Check Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greek, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea Republic, Kuwait, Luxemburg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, North Korea, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russian, Federation, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States of America.

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Friday, 13 November 2015 15:44


The city of mystery, it has been referred to as the Timuktu of the east, it is considered one of the holy cities of the Islamic world with its ninety nine mosques and its glorious past of spreading Islam. Harar is one of the most impressive historic destinations with its remoteness and ancient history as part of the long and colorful existence of Ethiopia.

The ancient walled city is not spectacular in itself, the walls being quite modest and more for defense than anything else. Its mosques are small and simple. Its grandeur penetrates the heart more than the sight. Harar gazes towards the orient, and the rein lies the simple beauty of its ambience. Its narrow and windelling cobbled alleyways, immaculate whites, Islamic greens, sky blues, ochres, the slow harmonic rythem, draw in the eye. Time is at the service of daily life, the autmosphere is clear, the sun bright, blessing the conversations of the inhabitants within the shade. This city is reminiscent of a world lost in childhood dreams, dreams that would carry us to far off lands full of mystery.

Published in Historical Sites
Wednesday, 11 November 2015 13:26

National Parks Location and Features

Ethiopia is a land where its people are closest to nature. Life closely coincides daily between them and nature in all manners; all life intertwined with give and take and reciprocation with great respect.A Paradise for birds and more so a paradise for bird watchers, with more than 800 different species counted of which 16 are endemic and 14 semi-endemic because they are shared with Eritrea.

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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 13:02

Ethiopia a country of Diversity

With an estimated population of some 70,000,000 inhabitants, Ethiopia is one of the most populated countries on the continent rendering it a significant demographic power in the continent. Ethiopia is the tenth largest country in Africa with a surface area of 1,194,000 square kilometers (461,003 square miles) lying in eastern Africa, between the equator and the tropic of Cancer, in a region known as the Horn of Africa. It is landlocked, bordered by five countries.

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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 10:03


Located in the Afar region that lies at an altitude of 116 meters below sea level, the Danakil (or Dallol) depression is a volcanic explosion crater (or Maar) found north east east of the Erta Ale Range in Ethiopia. The term Dallol was coined by the afar People and means dissolution or disintegration describing the landscape made up of green acidic pods and salt desert plains. It is to be the lowest, hottest and unique land formations in the Great Rift Valley system yet still a very attractive geological phenomenon with its colorful and enjoyable landscape making the traveler feel like they are in the Lonely Planet.

Published in Adventure
Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:59

Erta Ale

Known by the Afar as the “smoking mountain” and “the gateway to hell”, it a 2,011 foot high constantly active basaltic shield volcano, making it one of the only known five volcanoes with Lava lakes in the world (the longest).

Erta ale is centered over the East African Rift system and is completely surrounded by an area below sea level, making it one of the lowest volcanoes in the world. Despite the harsh conditions, Erta Ale has become one of the must see natural phenomenon’s for tourists today!

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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:52


The imperial city of Gondar took its name from the cushtic word “gon” (great) and the semetic word “dar” (city) to form the word Great city. One tradition suggests that its name was derived from gon eder, whose translation is “sleep on your side.”This arises from the story that after a long fight between two brothers, one of them exclaimed to the other: Gon eder! “Sleep on your side, on your ears!”, i.e. in peace.

The city was built on a volcanic plain surrounded by forests and crossed by two rivers which from a gateway to the south, Lake tana. For some two hundred years, Gondar was the center of the Ethiopia of the Neguse Negiste. The construction of catles, baths and churches that remain to this day bear witness to almost a century of splendor.

The peculiar architecture of Gondar began with the castle-palace of Fasilidas, which was built on a large area surrounded by twelve gates that formed the imperial city enclave with Gondar itself. There are other notable constructions, including the palaces of Eyasu and Bakaffa and the Library of Yohannes I.

Published in Historical Sites
Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:46


It has been said that Ethiopian history begins with Axum and its kingdom was most prosperous probably from the fourth or fifth century B.C.Part of the Axumite history is artistically inscribed in the famous stelae and slabs of Axum.

Over 300 slabs, stetae and monolithic obelisks can be found in Axum and have been inspiring awe in visitors for centuries. Although it is difficult to date many of these monuments exactly, evidence indicates that the best examples, the seven giant obelisks may date back to the 4th century.

Of the seven great obelisks only one remains standing with a height of 21 meters (70feet) and is carved on three of its four faces. The biggest obelisk at axum lies broken on the ground and is the largest monolithic monument in the world, measuring approximately 33 meters(110feet) and weighing around 600 tons.

Published in Historical Sites
Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:42

Simien National Park

Registered as a world Heritage Site by UNESCO, the beauty of its flora and the Majesty of its impressive landscape provide one of the most breathtaking scenery in the world.

The park is interesting because of the uniqueness of its endemic animals: the Walia Ibex, which lives wild at an altitude of more than 2,500 meters, the oh so interesting Gelada Baboon, and the semien Wolf which is also found in great numbers in the Bale Mountains. One may spot several species of birds here, and also Birds migrating from Europe and all over Africa also can be seen here.

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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:27


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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:25


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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:25


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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:23


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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:21


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Wednesday, 11 November 2015 09:20


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