Places to visit

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  • Mount Kilimanjaro

    Also called the Roof of Africa or the Crown of Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is both Africa’s highest mountain and the world’s tallest free standing peak. Standing at 5,875 ...

  • Akagera National Park

    While Rwanda is not often thought of as a Big Five safari destination, Akagera National Park in the country's east is emerging as one of the best off-the-beaten-path safari...

  • Omo Valley

    The Omo Valley is home to sixteen different (numerous) ethnic groups with their own distinct traditions ...

  • Kafa Biosphere Reserve

    Kafa is a place of special importance to billions of people around the world, as it is the origin of one of life’s greatest pleasure...

  • Gambela National Park

    A more ‘traditional’ African park, Gambela is set on plains of Sudanese grass and rivers with wildlife includ...

  • Mago National Park

    The Mago National Park is the newest park of all the national parks in Ethiopia. It was established in 1979. It is located in the Southern Nations, Nationa...

  • Nechisar National Park

    Nechisar National Park is located in Arba Minch, which is Amharic for ‘Forty Springs. Arba Minch is part of the Southern Nations, Na...

  • Omo National Park

    Within an area of 4,068 square kilometres that covers the Omo River, the Rift Valley, and leagues of virgin wilderness, O...

  • Hwange National Park

    Ideally located between Bulawayo and Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park is both the largest and most accessible of Zimbabwe’s National Parks and is one of the ten l...

  • Bale Mountains National Park

    Known for its lush forests and high concentration of mammals, Bale Mountains Na...

  • Lalibela

    The eleven Lalibela churches were carved from red volcanic rock in the 13th century. Legend has it that men ca...

  • Simien Mountains National Park

    With its jagged peaks and deep valleys, Simien National Park’s unique landscape makes it something unlike anything you’ll find...

  • The River Nile

    Few names conjure up images of exotic mystery quite as much as the River Nile. Commonly associated with Egypt, the Nile actually finds its birth here in Uganda - wi...

  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area

    Your first glimpse of stunning Ngorongoro will likely come from the heavily forested viewpoint that looks down upon its sun-drenched, cloud dappled magnificence. Ringed on all...

  • Lake Manyara National Park

    With a variety of landscapes, Lake Manyara National Park offers a compact safari experience that gives visitors the chance to see everything from the vibrant flamingoes to the...

  • Arusha National Park

    Arusha National Park is a perfect trip for day safaris, as it is close to both Arusha and Moshi. With terrain that ranges from open savannah to tropical rainforest, the park i...

  • Aksum

    Once an important military, religious, and agricultural trading hub, the city of Askum today st...

  • Hells Gate National Park

    Hells Gate National Park is the ideal venue for a day trip excursion, a camping stop over or a picnic spot out of Nairobi. It provides an endless biodiversity and is the only ...

  • Gondar

    You’d be forgiven for thinking you’re in Europe when you first see the stunning Gondar  castles, but these impressive monuments were once ...

  • Addis Ababa

    Ethiopia’s capital is far more than just a transit hub, with a rich history and a wealth of ...

  • Harar

    The historic city of Harar has been a major trade centre for centuries. The walled city was built between the 13th and 16th centuries...

  • The Danakil Depression

    Lying 120 metres below sea level, the Danakil Depression is the hottest and most inhospitable place ...

  • Sof Omar Caves

    Some of the most extensive underground caves in Africa, the Sof Omar Caves are nearly 15km long.  According to tradition, Sof...

  • Lake Tana & Bahir Dar

    The source of the Blue Nile, Lake Tana is the largest lake in Ethiopia.  From the city of Bahir Dar, intrepi...

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