Lalibela prides itself as being the eighth wonder of the world. The rock hewn churches dated from the reign of Emperor Lalibela in the 12th century are famously known as the prime tourist attraction in Ethiopia.
Visiting Axum could be equated with reading the first and essential chapter of Ethiopian history. It was here that around 1000 B.C. the Queen of Sheba reigned, the great Axumite Civilization emerged and the seed to Christianity in Ethiopia was laid.
In the medieval period of Ethiopia several magnificent castles were erected in Gondar, among the most impressive to be built outside of Europe
Situated at the southern tip of Lake Tana, Bahir Dar, which is the capital of the Amahra Region, claims to be one of the most beautiful cities in Ethiopia. Emperor Haile-Sillasse chose Bahir Dar to have a palace erected on a hill overlooking the city and Lake Tana
Home to more than 80 ethnic groups Ethiopia prides itself as one of the most diverse countries in the world. Its south west corner, the Omo Valley, is contains more than 16 ethnic groups including the world famous Mursi and Hammer tribes, known for their unique cultural practices
Simien Mountains National Park is located north of the historic city of Gondar. Simien Mountains is the smallest but most attractive national park in Ethiopia for its magnificent beauty of the mountains chains formed around 40 millennia ago
The Danakil Depression is located in the north Eastern part of Ethiopia in Afar Region also known to be the Archeological site were famous hominid Lucy Australopithecus was found. Lucy is the oldest Homo sapiens dated back 3.2 million years ago