Major sites and attractions of Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s sites and attractions are innumerable and diverse, and no one can not list them all. Among the many diverse attractions, the following are the major one in brief. Click on the picture or the links below to read more about the different sites and attractions departures and airline used.

Historical Ethiopia

Ethiopia, the oldest independent nation in Africa, has a heritage dating back to the first century AD. Traders from Greece, Rome, Persia and Egypt knew of the riches of what is now Ethiopia, and by the first century AD, Axum was the capital of a great empire. This realm became one of the first Christian lands of Africa...
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Natural Ethiopia

Ethiopia is a land of natural contrasts, from the tops of the rugged Simien Mountains to the depths of the Danakil Depression, at 120 meters below sea level one of the lowest dry land points on earth. The cornucopia of natural beauty that blesses Ethiopia offers an astonishing variety of landscapes: Afro-Alpine highlands soaring to around...
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People and culture

Truly a land of discovery Ethiopia is brilliant and beautiful, secretive mysterious and extraordinary. Above all, it is a country of great antiquities, cultures, and traditions stretching back to 3000 years. The country has thus been called a cultural mosaic, due to its 80 different languages and dialects and as many, if not more, cultural varieties.. Click here to read more…

Religion and Festivals in Ethiopia

With religion playing such an important part in many people's lifestyles, Ethiopia is a land where festivals and ceremonies provide many high points in the calendar. At such times, in towns and villages
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Archeological Attractions

Ethiopia is the earliest known home of humankind. Lucy, 3.5 million years old, and the recent discovery Ramides, 4.4 million years old hominid fossil, are discovered in Haddar, along the Awash River, east of the country. They completed the missing link between Apes and men.
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