Africa’s Lone wolf : New Species found in Ethiopia indicated above. Overcoming the serious observable shortcomings of the industry by coordinating and utilizing the capacities of the principal stakeholders to lead the development of tourism on a sustainable basis is therefore the focust of direction at hte moment

Ethiopia, A tourist Paradise.

Ethiopia, Abyssinia, land of Habesha is a country mentioned 40 times in the Bible for its hospitality. Starting with the time of Prophet Mohammad, the Koran   tells us that the early Muslims flew to Ethiopia to escape persecution.
Today people of all races, religions, Colors and ethnic backgrounds are welcome to this land of hospitality. And a tourist paradise unparalleled for what it offers the potential client of all creed and nationality


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Ethiopia’s culture and traditions date back over 3,000  years, but human habitation began here much, much earlier. Undoubtedly Ethiopia’s greatest archaeological discovery- and one of world importance – was  the finding, in 1974, of an almost

hominid skeleton, estimated to be at least 3.5 million years old. Hadar, in the boulder-strewn volcanic floor of Afar region in the Great Rift Valley. Initially named 'LUCY' by the team that found the skeleton.'she' was later given a more fitting Ethiopian name, DINKENESH, which means ' THOU ART WONDERFUL,

  • Ethiopia

    One of the few African Countries never to lose its independence, Ethiopia is as large as France and Spain combined and has one of the richest Histories on the Africa.


    Ethiopia Map

    Ethiopia is located in the Horn of Africa and is bordered on the north and northeast by Eritrea, on the east by Djibouti and Somalia... Full Story


    Ethiopian Flag

    The official flag of the current Ethiopian government is the tri-colours flag with a yellow ground and single yellow rays emanating from the angles between the points on a light blue disk centered on the three bands. Full Story



    The temperate climate, the grand mountain scenery, and the tradition of generous hospitality of the people, with which Ethiopia is blessed, make the Ethiopian highlands superb trekking sites. Trekking in Ethiopia does not require any necessary skill, although it is obviously best if one is physically fit. Terrains are steep for only short periods, in which case it is necessary to walk than to ride. Much of the time, the trekking involves walking, even at altitudes as high as 4000 meters (13120 feet).


    Burchell's Zebra

    The most common large mammal here is Burchell’s Zebra, which is regularly seen in herds of two or more you should also see grant’s gazelle... Full Story

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