For most visitors to Ethiopia, the highlight of the northern circuit is the medieval capital of Lalibela, where high in the chilly mountainsRead More
The Dallol Depression, also called Danakil Depression, is a desert with some areas that are more...Read More
Gondar is located to the north of Lake Tana, which is regarded as a popular second stop on the historic circuit.Read More
For most visitors to Ethiopia, the highlight of the northern circuit is the medieval capital of Lalibela,Read more
The Surma people live in a remote corner of south-western Ethiopia, virtually untouched by the modern world. The Surma live close to the border with SudanRead More
Due to the custom of practicing the Julian calendar in Ethiopia, Ethiopian x-mass or locally called “Genna” or “Lidet” falls a week after the rest of the world, around January...
Festivals in Ethiopia are very colorful, very traditional and very authentic in their nature. The centers of most or all of the major festivals are religious oriented but they are...