Your journey to Ethiopia starts today! Upon arrival at Ethiopia, meet your tour representative who will transfer you to the hotel. Check-in at the hotel and relax.
Later in the afternoon, proceed for a tour of Addis Ababa. Visit the National Museum, The Mercato and other sights. Return back to your hotel after the tours.
Overnight stay at Addis Ababa.
After breakfast, check-out and board a flight to Mekele. After reaching Mekele, you will be transferred to Berhale by our local tour guide. Continue your journey from Berhale to Hamedella.
Upon reaching Hamedella, check-in at the hotel and later in the afternoon drive to Danakil Depression, one of the hottest environments on earth with centuries old big salt flats.
After the tour, return back to the hotel. Overnight stay at Hamedella.
After breakfast in the morning, drive at Dallol Depression, one of the lowest points on earth. Upon reaching Dallol you’ll notice that it is also home to water springs within the desert.
After the tour, return back to the hotel.
Overnight stay at Hamedella.
Upon breakfast in the morning, check-out from the hotel. Have a tour of the Ethnographic Museum and then get transferred to the airport to board your flight back to your home country.
The assorted nation of Ethiopia is loaded with the perfect view and a portion of Africa's lesser-referred to natural life and additionally having a history that is left its far-reaching scenes weighed down with notable fortunes, going from seventeenth-century manors to old tombs and pillars.
Ethiopia resembles no place else on the planet, a lovely nation favoured with an unequalled history, awesome untamed life and a portion of Africa's most heartfelt people groups.
Ethiopia is one of Africa's most excellent nations and its scenes are epic in both scale and magnificence. you can trek more than 3000m above ocean level (the Simien and Bale mountains) or visit the least place on the African landmass, the Danakil Depression.
In the middle of, there are rich good countries and blending deserts, vertiginous gullies and clearing savannah, immense lakes and high levels. On the off chance that you look sufficiently hard, you'll likewise discover milestones of extraordinary centrality, from the wellspring of the Blue Nile too, once more, the mesmerizingly destroy Danakil Depression, peppered with an amazing 25% of Africa's dynamic volcanoes.
Ethiopia, the main African nation to have gotten away European imperialism, has held quite a bit of its social personality and its story is one of Africa's generally captivating. Everything starts with Lucy, one of our most commended old precursors, moves easily into the domain of old Aksum with its obelisks and echoes of the Queen of Sheba, and after that goes up against power and energy as Christianity, with baffling echoes of Ancient Israel, becomes the overwhelming focus. Also, dissimilar to such a large number of different places in Africa, the people of old here left behind some uncommon landmarks to confidence and power which fill in as central focuses for such huge numbers of magnificent adventures.
- Visit Danakil Depression
Situated on the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea is the Danakil Misery. It’s authoritatively one of driest and most smoking places on Earth. With temperatures that regularly reach 50+ degrees, it’s simple to see why. This can be a strange piece of the genuine domain that’s strewn with dynamic volcanoes, salted bowls, hot springs, and a lava lake – all of which combine to make an awfully lunar-like scene.
- Explore Lalibela
Lalibela lovely much blows the intellect of everybody who visits. This medieval settlement was outlined to be a kind of moment Jerusalem and cutting edge day tenants stay pleased of this distinction.
- Stroll around Harar
This heavenly, notable and walled city could be a mesmerizing web of contract back roads. Built in the early 16th century, it’s the most seasoned Islamic city in Africa. It was once the commercial connect between Africa and the centre east and nowadays is a charming lost-in-time city that’s popular for the amazing dividers and centuries-old buildings.
|Best Time to Visit||
October to June