Tours in Ethiopia guarantee to offer the most diverse cultural, historical and geological wonders possible without having to cross any borders. Ethiopia is rapidly becoming a known holiday destination for the adventurers, or those seeking history and culture from one of the worlds oldest civilizations, With a recorded history dating back to more than 3,000 years, and known to the ancient Greeks as the far off sanctuary to their Gods. It is also known as Abyssinia, from the Arabic word Habashat, referring to the tribes who settled at what is now northern Ethiopia from the beginning of it's history
Home to the most famous hominid fossil "Lucy (Australopithecus)"(also given a second (Amharic) name: Dinke -nesh, dated at 3.2 million years old, and the just recently discovered Ardi who dates back further into the human evolution tree at 4.4 million years old, The finding of Lucy has credited Ethiopia as 'the cradle of civilization" Leaving one wondering what else is their about Ethiopia that is yet to be discovered.
Ethiopia has managed to keep it's unique and ancient culture which is evident to one travelling through the country. Having stayed free from European colonization, Ethiopia's sovereign history has left its very diverse and fertile lands filled with historical, cultural and geological treasures that contain some of the most dramatic scenery in Africa. A great place for rock climbing, hiking and trekking Ethiopia hosts many majestic mountains and green hills and lush sub-tropical areas with many endemic wildlife, and it really is a must for bird watchers. Gondar and it's medieval castles, the stunning Stelae of Axum Queen Sheba's Empire, Rock hewn churches of Lalibela. the remote culturally rich areas of Southern Ethiopia; the Omo Valley, truly one of natures last free and beautiful places where Ethiopia's wildlife frolic and where the people boast an ancient tribal life dating back to ten's of thousands of years. Visit the Anuak and Nuer tribes near the Baro river, in Gambella.
The great national parks of the Omo Valley, RIft Valley, and the Semien Mountains, such as the Kuni Muktar, Yabela Sanctuary, Awash National Park, Bale Mountains Park, Abiyatta shalla lakes national park, Mago and Nech Sar parks Cover the most of the big five and much more.
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