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Trekking in Tigray Church by Air – 10 Days

Historic Route by Flight – 8 Days

Historical and Cultural Tour by Surface 15 Days

Travelling overland in northern Ethiopia is a beautiful experience, equally full of fascinating history as an adrenaline-filled adventure and gorgeous dramatic landscapes. The northern part of Ethiopia hides intriguing historical mysteries and numerous UNESCO World Heritage. Travelling through northern Ethiopia is a chance to immerse in magnificent mountain landscapes and soak in daily life and […]

Historical and Cultural Tour by Flight for 6 Days

Historical and Cultural Tour by Flight 9 Days

Ethiopia has been inhabited for thousands of years and archaeologists have uncovered dozens of ancient and prehistoric sites, with some human settlements dating from 800 BC. Over the centuries it has been a crossroads of African, European and the Middle Eastern cultures; of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It has seen the rise and fall of […]

Timkat – Ethiopian Epiphany Jan 19 / 20

Every year an event is celebrated by the Ethiopian Orthodox Church on the 10th of Tir, or 19th or 20th of January during a leap year of Georgian calendar called the Timket. Timket or Epiphany is an event which celebrated with great zeal, enthusiasm, and respect to commemorate the actual baptism of Jesus Christ in River Jordan. […]

Fasika: Ethiopian Easter

Axum Tsion Mariam Celebration – Nov 29 & 30

In the eve fly to Axum and tonight attend the eve ceremony at the Zion (Mariam Tsion) church whereas legend has it the original Ark of Covenant is housed. The following day early morning, attend the colorful church ceremony at Mariam Tsion; pilgrims from all over the country come to express thanks after the fulfillment of […]

Ashenda / Shadey Festival – August 23

Ashenda or Shadey is a festival celebrated starting from August 23rd in the Ethiopian regions of Tigray and Northern Amhara. Ashenda marks the end of a two-week-long fast called “Tsome Fisleta” when adherents of Orthodox Christianity gather to honor the Virgin Mary. The name of the festival Ashenda comes from the name of tall grass […]