Our years of experience and extensive network of local partners can help you build your dream trip from the endless possibilities of Ethiopia. We’ll talk through your ideas, give you some suggestions, set it all up and advise on travel, kit and preparation, so that you get the Ethiopian adventure you’ve always wanted.
Grand Historic Route
Grand Historic Tours
Flight and Drive
17 Days and 16 Nights
Hotels and Lodge
Ethiopia has a fascinating history stretching back more than 3,000 years to the fabled reign of the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon, and even further into the past. It is from this region that many scientists believe earliest mankind, Homo erectus, migrated out of Africa via the Levantine corridor and the Horn of Africa to Eurasia around 1.9 million years ago. Essentially, Ethiopia is the ancestral home to all of mankind.
Discover the wonders of an ancient land where nature, culture and history are equally magnificent. Where one can enjoy great wildlife and landscape photography and combine it with extraordinary cultural experiences. Ethiopia has all of this and more: the awesome landscapes Simien Mountains National park, the Rift Valley Lakes and the palaces of Gondar, home of many of Ethiopia’s kings and emperors. This package touches the living rock hewn churches of Lalibela, the fortress of Goner, the dramatic landscapes of the Simien Mountains, the monasteries of lake tand and river blue Nile These, the Ethiopian rift valley lakes and the melting pot of omo Valley, designs are created purely for fun and aesthetic effect, each artist vying to outdo the others. In the northern part of the country you will experience ancient monasteries, Castles, rock-hewn churches, and Ethiopia’s magnificent natural beauty.
Where as in the southern part, you will witness and learn the meaning behind age-old customs and rituals that remain an integral part of everyday life in this region, Isolated for millennia from the rest of the world, the beautiful Omo Valley is home to an exciting mix of many small and distinctive tribal groups. Amongst others, we find the Karo, The Arbore, the Mursi, and the Hamer — all of whom have retained their own unique customs and traditions. Lifestyles are as varied as the tribes themselves. Lacking any material, culture and artifacts common to other cultures, these tribes find unique ways in which to express their artistic impulses. Both the mursi and the Karo, for example, are experts at body painting, using clays and locally available vegetable pigments to trace fantastic patterns on each other’s faces, chests, arms, and legs. These designs are created purely for fun and aesthetic effect, each artist vying to outdo the others