Touring Ethiopia for 5 Days

Another landlocked country in South Africa is Ethiopia. Known for its archeological finds dating back more than 3 million years ago, this place is such a great destination for history lovers. So today, we’ll give you an idea on how to truly enjoy this country for 7 days.

Highlights:

·         Blue Nile Falls, Bahir Dar

·         Boat trip on lake Tana

·         A tour at the former imperial town of Gondar

·         Sightseeing of the former imperial town of Axum

·         A tour at Lalibela, the unofficial 8th wonder of the world

Day 1: Arrival in Addis Ababa and City Tour

Upon landing in Bole International Airport you will be met by a Welcome Ethiopia Tours agent and be taken to your held inn. You have the choice to visit in Mount Entotowith with the best perspectives over the capital; and the Foundation of Ethiopian Studies or George Cathedral.

Day 2: Boat stumble on Lake Tana

Toward the beginning of the day, you will fly along with your manual for Bahir Dar, where you will be gotten by your driver and taken to your inn. We at that point attempt a vessel stumble on Lake Tana to investigate the close by religious community of Ura Kidane Mihret on the Zege promontory, known for its fourteenth century, round, grass-roofed places of worship and their brilliant divider paintings, the Azoa Mariam and Ura Kidane Mihret houses of worship.

Day 3: Bahir Dar – Gondar

Drive to Gondar, a seventeenth century regal city of Ethiopia, well-to-do in the magnificent structure of a Castle Compound and the staggeringly painted Debre Birhan Selassie Church. After lunch, we visit to the illustrious walled in areas of Fassil Ghibe and all the palaces of the Gonderian sovereigns just as the renowned Debre Berhan Selassie Church.

Day 4: Gonder – Lalibela

Fly to Lalibela (approx. 30 min.). You will be gotten up air terminal and be moved to your inn We will at that point visit the 11 prestigious stone cut chapels of Lalibela, otherwise called the “eighth marvel of the world”. The Lalibela rock cut houses of worship are genuinely cut from the stone on which they stand. These transcending structures appear to be a superhuman creation in scale, workmanship and idea. Some are formed out of a strong volcanic stone, others are associated by long underground passage and labyrinths. Some are quarried growths of caverns.

Day 5: Full Day in Lalibela

In the event that you wish you can invest some more energy investigating the stone slashed places of worship. Then again, we may take a trip to the Asheton Maryam Monastery (3200 m above ocean level) from where you will appreciate marvelous all encompassing perspectives over the delightful environmental factors. After lunch you can visit the entrancing cavern church of Yirmahne Kristos dating from the eleventh century. Passing through the nearby towns situated in picturesque scene will take us 2 hours every way.

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