TRIBES OF LOWER OMO VALLEY

TRIBES OF LOWER OMO VALLEY

Converted on the pretty green town of Jinka, south Omo is Ethiopian’s most culturally and linguistically diverse administrative zone, supporting 16 different ethnic group who all staunchly keep to their unique traditional customers, customs and beliefs. The Mursi inhabits of…

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HARAR

HARAR

Harar was fouded before 19th century reaching its climax during 16th century. Today Harar is the beautiful and multicultural capital of the Harari People’s Regional state famous for its excellent hospitality, bustling traditional markets, handcrafts and museum. For centuries the…

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GONDER

GONDER

The foundation of Gondar of preceded by a period of great upheaval in the Lake Tana in the hinterland .For much of the 16th century, the Solomonic rules of Ethiopia were engaged in a mutually  war with the neighbouring Islamic…

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BAHIR DAR

BAHIR DAR

Bahir dar is the capital city of Amhara region for centuries and largest port on Lake Tana. It has been a place of commercial importance, due to papyrus canoes,and boats by the woyto people who live along lake side.It is…

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LALIBELA

LALIBELA

Widely known as the “Eighth wonder of the World”, the medieval complex of 11 rock hewn churches and 2 chapels at Lalibela must surely rank as the single most breathtaking historical site in Sub-Saharan Africa. Hand- carved, flake by painstaking…

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AKSUM

AKSUM

Aksum is steeped in legend and mystery. The oldest continuously – inhabited city in sub – Saharan Africa, it was founded more than 3000 years ago in the days of the Queen of Sheba, who ruled over a vast trade…

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ADABA –DODOLA COMMUNITY TREKKING

ADABA –DODOLA COMMUNITY TREKKING

Adaba-Dodola trekking is one of the gate ways to Bale Mountains National park trekking and one of the Ethiopian’s main attractions in the south east of the country. The lush mountains forests, pristine streams, accommodating guides, welcoming hosts and authentic…

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GASERA GEORGE

Gasera George located 4km from the town of Gasera.The Gorge was carved several million years ago by the Wabeshebelle River, one of the longest rivers in southeast Ethiopia, wich flows towards Somalia and eventually sinks into the vast sands of…

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WABESHEBELLE GEORGE

Arguably one of the most dramatic georges in Ethiopia ,the views of the wabeshebelle are breathtaking. The gorges winds into a vast uninhabited lowlands .Reaching the brink of the gorge, a gigantic canyon like formation slithers 1000m below. There are…

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