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We Do Tours that are fun Informative and Entertaining

We Do Tours That Are Fun Informative & Entertaining

Getting to Ethiopia

The capital Addis Ababa hosts the largest airport and most celebrated airlines in Africa, even though this makes it easier to visit the country, you can also drive from Djibouti, Kenya and Sudan.  

Visa Requirements

Ethiopia grants visa on arrival for citizens of countries mentioned below in the link but we advise all our travelers get the e-visa to avoid any kind of delay in the airport in case of time limitation Read More

Domestic flight Booking

We can book a domestic and international flight in behalf of our clients, We will demand a scan copy of passports & intel flight confirmation in and out of Ethiopia.. Read More 

Tour Packages

North Ethiopia

Starting from Yiha Axum where it all began the north highlands are where the countries wealth of history is situated add in it the Danakil Depression NE is Paradise for travelers

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Eastern Ethiopia

Starting From The Walled city harar and the Hayena feeding men, the Babile elephant sanctuary, Awash national park are among tings to do Great Ethiopian Tours

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South Omo Valley

Driving south from Addis is all about nature and untouched traditions of African people. meeting and getting to know the different tribes. Great Ethiopian Tours  local

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Customized Tour

This is where you will tell us your bucket list in Ethiopia and we include our suggestions make  you a luxury designed itinerary that suites you time & budget. Local tour Ethiopia

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Carnival & Holiday Events

Ashenda

Ashenda is a girls and young women’s festival celebrated in northern Ethiopia among Orthodox Christianity follower Tigrians. It is typically celebrated between 16-26 August every year. 

Timket Epiphany

Timket “baptism”  is the Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany. It is celebrated on January 19 (or 20 on Leap Year), corresponding to the 10th day of Terr following the Ethiopian calendar. 

Meskel (Demera)

is an annual religious holiday in the Ethiopian Orthodox and Eritrean Orthodox churches, which commemorates the discovery of the True Cross by the Roman Empress Helena (Saint Helena) in the fourth century.

I visited  Danakil with thous guys and it was fun Experiance, Highly Reccomended   David Poussif De Angelis

If you are packing for Danakil Depression, contact GET.

Dale Johnson

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