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Go To Ethiopia

The only African country to escape European colonialisation, Ethopias has retained much of it's roots and offers all of the stunning wildlife of it's neighbouring countries, but with a deeper connection to the tribes that shaped it.

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A Few Words about Ethiopia

Few places on earth match Ethiopia’s storied history and peaceful arid terrain.

From vast grassland plains to sweeping wooded valleys; rugged, wildlife-rich mountains to otherworldly volcanic deserts, and lush forested plateaus to breathtaking lakes and waterfalls, Ethiopia’s landscapes are as diverse as they are spectacular, and are dotted with vibrant metropolitan cities, traditional tribal villages, and historic castles and monuments which tell of the country’s fascinating past.

Where to go in Ethiopia

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Discover Ethiopia

An in-depth ten day tour of some of the country’s most fascinating destinations including, Addis Ababa; The Simien Mountains National Park; Gondar; Lake Tana and the Blue Nile Falls.

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There are no direct flights from the UK to Ethiopia. However Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines offer regular direct flights from Frankfurt and Istanbul respectively.

The dry season between October and June is the best time to visit.

We recommend a minimum of 10 days.

UK Citizens must obtain a visa to enter Ethiopia and can purchase one upon arrival at the airport or online prior to their trip.


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