Explore Dabahu also written as Dabbahu Fissure, Afar Region and North Ethiopia 

Dabbahu Fissure

Dabbahu Fissure,Afar RegionDabbahu Volcano (also Boina, Boyna or Moina) is an active volcano located in the remote Afar Region of Ethiopia. This stratovolcano[2] is part of the Afar Triangle (Afar Depression), a highly active volcanic region which includes Erta Ale.[1] An eruption on September 26, 2005 created a large fissure in the ground, known as the Dabbahu fissureThe only eruption of the volcano in recorded history occurred on September Read more…

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa Addis Ababa City Tour of Addis Ababa Ethiopia’s Land of discovery – beautiful landmass, secretive, mysterious and extraordinary makes it a fascinating destination for every kind of traveler.  Herewith are highlights of the major tourist attractions Addis Ababa The modern city, Addis Ababa- was founded in 1886 at the Read more…

Visit The old City of Axum

Axum

AxumVisit The old City of AxumVisit Historic Routes of Ethiopia Explore Churches in Tigray: Yeha Temple, Axum, Lioness of Gobedra, Abba Pantaleon, Abba Ubanos, the Monastery of Abba Garima at Madera, Dabra Damo Monastery, Abuna Yemata Guh, Maryam Korkor, Dugem Selassie, Debre Tsion, Abuna Abraham, Yohannis Maikudi, Michael Minda’e, Abraha Read more…

Bahir Dar

Bahir Dar

Visit Bahir Dar In and Around Bahir Dar: The Blue Nile Falls, Lake Tana and Christian Monasteries, Zeghe Peninsula , Bezawit Palace, Source of Blue NileBahir Dar is an attractive town situated on southern tip of Lake Tana. It is 563 km, away from Addis Ababa. It is also a Read more…

Bodi  Tribe, Mago National Park

Bodi Tribe

Bodi  TribeThe Bodi People, living in a remote corner of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, southern Ethiopia, known as “The Omo Valley”.  South of the Bodi are the Mursi tribes, in Mago National park. Along the banks of the river, they grow sorghum, maize and coffee.  They live with their cattle herds Read more…

Dassanech Tribe 

Dassanech Tribe 

Dassanech Tribe Within the Dassenech village, it’s the women who build and take down the huts during migrations. They are semi-circular constructions with no interior divisions, made up of sticks and branches called “Miede”. The first part of the hut to be constructed is the ‘store’ – actually a small box-like Read more…

Gondar, Visit the Castles of Gondar

Gondar

Visits Nearby Gondar:   Simien Mountains National Park, Kuskuam, Danquaz, Wolleka (Falasha Village), Kossoye – Mount View Point, Gorgora, Debre Sinna MaryamGondar is located 750 kilometers north Addis Ababa. It had been capital of Ethiopia for two centuries (1632- 1855). The city’s unique imperial precinct contains a number of castles built Read more…

Visit Harar,Ethiopia

Harar

Harar, which has no airport, is 523 km from Addis Ababa, 332 km. from Awash station and 55 km. from Dire Dawa (Town have an Airport). It can be reached by a good, scenic asphalt road.The ancient city of Harar, which was established between 7th and 9th centuries, has remained Read more…

Karo Tribes Omo Valley,South Omo,Ethiopia

Karo Tribes

Karo TribesKaro (also Cherre, Kere, Kerre) is an Omotic language spoken in the   South Omo River  of Ethiopia. Karo is described as being closely related to its neighbors, Hamer and Banna, with a lexical similarity of 81%, and is considered a dialect of Hamer. The Karo tribes living along Read more…

Lake Tana

Lakes

Lake TanaLake Tana, the largest lake, in Ethiopia is the source and from where the famed Blue Nile starts its long journey to Khartoum, and then into the Mediterranean Sea.It is located in the north-western Ethiopian highlands, the lake is approximately 84 kilometers long and 66 kilometers wide, with a Read more…

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