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One day visit Tiya heritage sight registered by UNESCO and Adadi mariam church

 One day visit Tiya heritage sight registered by UNESCO and Adadi mariam church - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Duration: 1 to 2 days
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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$120.00

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the tour product what i give is city tour. historical. natural , cultural a.d adventure tour and so on

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one day Addis Ababa city tours with testing tradition dish

one day Addis Ababa city tours with testing tradition dish  - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Duration: 6 to 8 hours
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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$100.00

my product makes unique is pick up the travelers from where every they are and arranging unforgettable city tour

the transportation survive is starting from the hotel or the area where the travelers are then to the destination after back to the hotel

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my product makes unique is pick up the travelers from where every they are and arranging unforgettable city tour

the transportation survive is starting from the hotel or the area where the travelers are then to the destination after back to the hotel

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Day Trip in Addis Ababa

Day Trip in Addis Ababa - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Duration: 1 day
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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$180.00

The largest city of Ethiopia and its capital city at the same time is Addis Abeba, which in Amharic means "a new flower". It is located in the center of the country, 2400 above the sea level ... More info ›

The largest city of Ethiopia and its capital city at the same time is Addis Abeba, which in Amharic means "a new flower". It is located in the center of the country, 2400 above the sea level. It is one of the highest-located capital cities in the world.This is a one-day visit schedule.If possible we can include some other attractions of the capital city of Ethiopia.

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Stop At: Holy Trinity Cathedral, Aratkilo area Addis, Addis Ababa 123 Ethiopia

It is the most important church in Ethiopia. In this church, there is a mausoleum of the last emperor of Ethiopia - "Haile Selassie". His wife is also buried there. We will also attend some spiritual ceremonies at the same time.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: National Museum of Ethiopia, King George VI Street, Addis Ababa Ethiopia

Is one of the most important museums in whole Sub-Saharian Africa. 3, 2 million-years old bones of our grand ancestor - Lucy, are one of the most famous exhibit of their collection. The attention of visitors is drawn by a rich collection of insignia of emperor and churches, costumes and weapons.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Addis Ababa Museum, Meskel Square, Addis Ababa Ethiopia

The ethnographic museum, that is a next stop on our trip in Addis Abeba, is located in the University. It was found and managed by Polish scientists, Professor Stanislaw Chojnacki. Probably the most interesting part of the exhibition is a collection of crosses and icons. The museum should be visited by amateurs of folklore instruments, since the collection of them gathered in the museum is impressive.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Entoto Hill, Addis Ababa Ethiopia

It is located 3200 m above the sea. Here located was the capital city of Ethiopia, before Menelik II moved it to Addis Abeba. The king's palace remained until today. The local museum exhibits crowns belonging to kings and church, costumes and insignia.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Addis Mercato, Kenya St Addis Ketema, Addis Ababa Ethiopia

The final attraction of the day in Addis Abeba will be a trip through Merkato, which is believed to be the biggest marketplace in Africa.

After visiting, we will escort you to the chosen hotel or to the airport.

Duration: 2 hours

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3 Days Timket Festival Tour In Gondor, Ethiopia

3 Days Timket Festival Tour In Gondor, Ethiopia - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Duration: 3 days
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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$455.99

"TIMKET" is the most important celebration of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and takes place every year on January 18th. Timket means Epiphany - a holy day associated by the Western Church with the manifestation of Christ to Magi ... More info ›

"TIMKET" is the most important celebration of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and takes place every year on January 18th. Timket means Epiphany - a holy day associated by the Western Church with the manifestation of Christ to Magi. Epiphany has however an entirely different significance among Ethiopians - for whom it commemorates the Baptist of Jesus Christ. The use of sacred objects such as "Tabot" makes it unique here. The "Tabot" symbolizes the Ark of the Covenant - the casket in which the Bible says the Moses placed the two tables of stone on which the Ten Commandments had been inscribed. Wrapped in rich brocades, the "Tabot" of the Church is carried on the head priest. The Ceremonial umbrellas provide shade from the sunlight and symbolize the celestial spheres. Priests perform an elaborate dance using "Kebero" and "Sistrum" before the "Tabot".

DAY 1: ADDIS ABABA / GONDAR

You will Initially Take the morning FLIGHT to GONDAR from Addis Ababa. Check in your HOTEL. Then we will consequently TOUR the famous castles of Gondar and the Debre Berhan Selassie church.

After having LUNCH , we will head to Medhane Alem Church. There we will attend the procession of people taking the replica of the Ark of the Covenant to Fasilides’ Bath. The Arks, localy "Tabots", make their way from all the local Ethiopian Orthodox churches to Fasilides’ Bath.

DAY 2: GONDAR (TIMKET HOLIDAY)

Since today is the official holiday of Timket, We will rise very early and move towards Fasilides’ Bath.

The ceremony will be a mix of priests blessings, prayers and a ritual reenactment of Christ’s baptism in the River Jordan.

Around midday, the ceremony will conclude at Fasilides’ Bath and almost all the Arks (St Michael’s will remain behind) will be brought back, in a ceremonial procession, to their respective churches.

DAY 3: GONDAR (ST. MICHAEL'S DAY) / ADDIS ABABA

In the morning we will attend the spiritual ceremonial of St. Michael's Day and later having breakfast, we will return to hotel for checking out. 

Late in the afternoon, fly back to Addis Ababa.

 

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8 Days Omo Valley Tour

8 Days Omo Valley Tour - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Duration: 8 days
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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$1032.00

Ethiopia’s Omo Valley region is one of the most remote parts of this incredible country. Omo Valley is Located in the Southern part of Ethiopia, this distant region feels like a world away from Northern Ethiopia – with a rural and tropical feel, it was more reminiscent of sub-Saharan Africa than anywhere else in the country. In this Unique place of the country multiple and strong indigenous cultures co-exist ... More info ›

Ethiopia’s Omo Valley region is one of the most remote parts of this incredible country. Omo Valley is Located in the Southern part of Ethiopia, this distant region feels like a world away from Northern Ethiopia – with a rural and tropical feel, it was more reminiscent of sub-Saharan Africa than anywhere else in the country. In this Unique place of the country multiple and strong indigenous cultures co-exist. On this cultural tour you have the opportunities to visit various busy local markets, different ethnic groups with different customs, rites, rituals, architecture and dress, a raw and fresh natural world and the special "Bull-Jumping" ceremony, in which a Hummer's boy will be transferred in to Adulthood.

Day 1: Depart south from Addis Ababa via Butajira. Visit the archeological sites of Tiya (ancient stelae field and UNESCO World Heritage Site), Adadi Maryam rock-hewn church and Melka Kunture pre-historic tool-making site. Final destination for the day is Awassa in reserved Hotel. Day 2: After breakfast, visit the fish market on the shores of Lake Awassa and proceed driving to Dorze, set in the highlands above Arba Minch. The Dorze are known for their tall beehive-like houses and fine cotton weaving. You will visit the village and learn about the daily lives of these industrious people and overnight in reserved Hotel. Day 3: Depart to Arba Minch for a boat trip on Lake Chamo to visit the “crocodile market”, and the local hippos. Afterwards, depart from Arba Minch to Turmi. You will pass through the village of Weyto, which is home to the Tsemai tribe. Continue through the Weyto Valley to Erbore, you will have a brief visit to a local Erbore village. Finally, proceed to Turmi, home of the Hamer tribe. At night, you can see “Evangadi” traditional night dancing of the Hamer tribe & Overnight in reserved lodge. Day 4: Take a day trip to Omorate to visit the Dassenech tribe. Here you will cross the Omo River by local boat and enter a Dassenech village. Afterwards, return to Turmi for a visit of the Hamer village. If lucky attend “Bull- jumping” traditional Hamer coming-ofage ceremony & Overnight in reserved lodge. Day 5: Drive to Jinka, via Dimeka and Key Afer. Tuesdays and Saturdays are market days in Dimeka, which is one of the most colorful markets in the area and is visited by many tribes, including Hamer, Benna and Karo. Afterwards, continue to Jinka & Overnight in reserved resort. Day 6: Drive through the Mago National Park to a local village of the Mursi tribe. The Mursi are known for their lower lip and earlobe plates. In the afternoon returning to Jinka, you can visit the South Omo Museum & Research Center to learn more about the local tribes. Alternatively, take a hike in the surrounding hills to visit a local Ari village & Overnight in reserved resort. Day 7: Depart from Jinka to Arba Minch via Key Afer and Konso. Thursday is market day in Key Afar, where you will see the Benna and Tsemai tribes trading goods. After the visit, proceed to Konso, are known for their wooden statues, known as wakas, which are erected in honor of dead heroes, as well as their innovative agricultural terracing. You will visit a local village and the cultural museum displaying many waka statues. After the visit, proceed driving to Arba Minch & Overnight in a reserved lodge. Day 8: Drive to Addis Ababa from Arba Minch. In the evening you will have farewell party in one of Ethiopian traditional restaurant where you can see cultural music and dance. Then Transfer to the airport for flight back home.

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Full Day Trip to Debre Libanos Monastery

Full Day Trip to Debre Libanos Monastery - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Duration: 1 day
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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$240.00

Debre Libanos is a monastery in Ethiopia, lying northwest of Addis Ababa in the Semien Shewa Zone of the Oromia Region. Founded in the 13th century by Saint Tekle Haymanot, according to myth, he meditated in a cave for 29 years. 

The present name Debre Libanos was given by Zara Yaqob in 1445 ... More info ›

Debre Libanos is a monastery in Ethiopia, lying northwest of Addis Ababa in the Semien Shewa Zone of the Oromia Region. Founded in the 13th century by Saint Tekle Haymanot, according to myth, he meditated in a cave for 29 years. 

The present name Debre Libanos was given by Zara Yaqob in 1445. During this time Debre Libanos and Hayek Istifanos served as the political center of the church. Of course, it retained its political significance until the Italian second time occupation and use as a shelter for many pilgrimage of Orthodox Christian.

The modern church was built in the 1950 by Emperor Haile Selassie to replace the one which is destroyed by the fascist Italian during their occupation on 20 May 1937 furthermore they shot 297 and 100 young deacons within short period of time.

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Stop At: Debre Libanos Monastery, Debre Libanos Ethiopia

Debre Libanos suffered great destruction during the invasion of Ahmed Gragn when one of his followers, Ura'i Abu Bakr, set it on fire 21 July 1531, despite the attempts of its community to ransom the church. Although the Ichege intervened to protect the Gambos during the reign of Sarsa Dengel the buildings were not completely rebuilt until after the visit of Emperor Iyasu the Great in 1699.

Read more about Full Day Trip to Debre Libanos Monastery 2019 - Addis Ababa - https://www.viator.com/tours/Addis-Ababa/Full-Day-Trip-to-Debre-Libanos-Monastery/d24099-102845P3?mcid=56757

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Portuguese Bridge, Near the Blue Nile Water Fall, Debre Libanos Ethiopia

it was actually built at the turn of the 19th century by Ethiopians, albeit in the old Portuguese style. The narrow span makes a pretty picture and the gushing (in the rainy season) cascade just below it is even more impressive.

Duration: 1 hour

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