Ethiopia is the latest destination to be awarded the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travels Stamp – the world’s first-ever global safety and hygiene stamp to ensure safety for residents, travelers, and workers and businesses in the tourism value chain, as Ethiopia reopened its borders to international visitors.

Things to do in Ethiopia

Cultural Experiences – Culturally ebullient but not well discovered, every unforgettable undertaking you do in Ethiopia could be labeled as a cultural experience.

Nature Experiences – with its diverse ecological systems laden with a plethora of wildlife Ethiopia is a haven for nature travelers

Outdoor and adventure  – Outdoor and adventure are the eliciting factors that whet the appetite of all travelers to Ethiopia.

Educational Tour –  Immerse yourself in the rich paleontological sites, vibrant way of life, and opulent geological resources of Ethiopia.

Trekking on the peaks of Ethiopia

The majestic highlands of Ethiopia offer some exceptional trekking experiences. The Simien Mountains and Bale Mountains are common favorites, and the Community Trekking trails set up in the Northern part of Ethiopia offer world-class treks while supporting local communities.

The most popular attractions to visit in your lifetime

Aksum – Land of Queen Sheba

The rock hewen churches of Lalibela

Gondar – Camelot of Africa

Harar – The old walled city

Renowned the world over for its decorated tribes, the Omo Valley is a stop on many a tourist route in Ethiopia.

Gheralta Mountains –  The luminous light bathes scattered sharp peaks that rise into the sky out of a sandy, rolling semi-desert.

Salt caravans of the Danakil depression

The thick warm air, the hazy sky and the rugged empty mountains that gradually give way to the immensity of a white, shimmering salt desert all leave the traveller in awe of this cruel yet fascinating landscape. Overlapping the Afar region of northeastern Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti, this is the lowest point in Africa and one of the hottest places on Earth.