Tankwa Ethiopia Tours


Rock hewn churches of Lalibela- the Africa’s Jerusalem


Danakil depression- the curst of earth


The exotic people of Lower Omo valley


Gelada Baboons-the extraordinary beauty for Simien mountains national park


Axum - Ethiopia’s most ancient city


The exotic people of Lower Omo valley

Welcome to Africa’s least Explored country Ethiopia

smiling_ethiopiaWelcome to our website!! Are you looking for an enjoyable experience that will provide a lifetime of memories? Consider Ethiopia–Africa’s least explored country! Of all the tourist attraction sites for Ethiopia, our website offers the widest amount of information on Abyssinia (Ethiopia’s former name). Having all the knowledge of Ethiopia’s wonders right in one place, provides you with the opportunity to arrange a visit to any and all of the country’s natural, cultural, and historical attractions in just one trip.

What makes Ethiopia so unique to the continent of Africa? The country dates back to ancient civilization (the birth place of mankind, a home of the Ark of the Covenant, the finding of the true cross) and has never been colonized. It is home to rare endemic wildlife and is the place of origin of the longest river in the world (Blue Nile).

Ethiopia is the first country in the world to discover coffee, and even gave coffee its name (derived from the Kaffa region). It is the first country in the world to accept Christianity and is among countries frequently mentioned in the Holy Bible and Holy Quran.

Ethiopia welcomed followers of Islam to live when they encountered opposition to Islam in Mecca and Medina. The country is the birth place of Teff, and has its own unique calendar, alphabet, written numbers, cultural diversity and much much more! We are always ready and happy to customize tours for you throughout Ethiopia. Where would you like to go? WE ORGANIZED GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL TOURS TO ALL DESTINATIONS THROUGHOUT ETHIOPIA. contact us now.

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Lalibela Rockhewn Church

Lalibela, a medieval settlement in the Lasta area of Wallo, lies at the centre of an extensive complex of rock churches. Some can be reached by one or two hours’ drive;

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Ethiopian Epiphany (Timket)

Timket, feast of Epiphany is the greatest festival of the year falling on the 19 January just two weeks after the Ethiopian Christmas. It is actually a three-day affair …

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Bahir Dar and Lake Tana

Bahir Dar is the jumping-off point for visits to the spectacular scenic and historic attractions of Lake Tana and the biggest lake in Ethiopia – Ethiopia’s giant inland sea.,

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The Semien Mountains

Dubbed as the “Roof of Africa,” Ethiopia has the highest elevated portion of landmass on the continent. The Semien Mountains National Park is part of this land mass,

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The Karo Peoples

The Karo, who number only about 3,000 people, mainly live on the practice of flood retreat cultivation on the banks of the Omo River in South-western Ethiopia.

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Erta Ale and Dallol

One of the most important features of this region of Africa resulted from faulting and cracking on its eastern side. This has caused the Great Rift Valley

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Giving our history a future!