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10 Best Places to Visit in Ethiopia

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Ethiopia Travel Guide + Vlog | Addis Ababa and Awassa

What are the best things to do in Ethiopia? This travel guide slash vlog will show you everything I did during my two weeks there! From Addis Ababa to Awassa, I'll take you to two beautiful regions of the country and share some of my best travel tips.

I visited Ethiopia for work, so didn't get to do many typical touristy things like the churches in Lalibela, Danakil Depression or hiking the Simien Mountains. But my experiences were perhaps a little more local and authentic than your average guided tour, so I hope you'll take this video for what it is.

Have you ever been to Ethiopia? Did you just pass through the capital of Addis Ababa, or did you have time to go sightseeing? Let me know in a comment below, I'm so curious!

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Ethiopia Tourist Attractions: 11 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit Ethiopia? Check out our Ethiopia Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Ethiopia.

Top Places to visit in Ethiopia:
Lake Tana, Simien Mountains National Park, Blue Nile Falls, National Museum of Ethiopia, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Awash National Park, Mago National Park, Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion, Ras Dashen Mountain, Rock-Hewn Churches, Lalibela, Great Ethiopian Run

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Top 5 Reasons to Visit Ethiopia

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This country might not be on your bucket list, but it should be. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 5 Reasons to Visit Ethiopia.

For this list, we’ll be exploring some of the many reasons why this landlocked African nation of over 100 million people is deservedly garnering more attention from tourists.

5: It’s Where Life Began
4: Wildlife and Bird-Watching
3: Architecture and History
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, panorama and tourist attractions

Addis Ababa (Addis Abeba) is the capital and largest city of Ethiopia. The city is home to the Ethiopian National Library, and many museums. Notable buildings include St George's Cathedral, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Menelik's old Imperial palace, the National Palace formerly known as the Jubilee Palace, Africa Hall, The Hager Fikir Theatre and the Itegue Taitu Hotel.

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Ethiopia Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Ethiopia.
Ethiopia is a mysterious, mountainous land in the Horn Of Africa and birthplace of Early Christianity. A country of rock churches in the north and a large variety of tribes along the Rift Valley in the south and the oldest civilised region in Africa with more than twenty five centuries of documented history. Addis Abeba is the capital of Ethiopia and within its centre is the lavishly furnished Menbere Selassie Church, final place of rest of Ethiopia’s last royal family. It contains the Empress Menen, two princes and Emperor Haile Selassie who, shortly after removal from power, died due to reasons that are in the main controversial. On many of its thirty seven islands, Lake Tana in Northern Ethiopia is well known for its ancient churches and monasteries. Dega Stefanos is located in the centre of the lake and contains one of the country’s most important monasteries. On the summit, framed by walls and hidden under great trees, is the Holy Stefanos Monastery and within a small sanctuary various mummies are preserved within glazed wooden coffins and the remains of five emperors of various dynasties lie at rest. Awash is a settlement on the edge of the nature park of the same name, inhabited by the Afar, a proud and independent tribe. On market day, people from the surrounding area meet here. For the Afar, life is hard and only the strong survive. Corn, tobacco, dates and cotton are the main trading products of this region. Dromedaries, sheep and goats are bred, and pastureland is often the subject of heated disputes. A journey through Ethiopia is also a journey through time itself. A land of rich traditions, religions and myths. A country of legends and contrast that possesses one of the most colourful histories on the African continent.

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Best things to do in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is full of stunning mountains, ancient ruins, gorgeous churches, epic volcanos, magnificent wildlife and beautiful people. We recently spent three weeks in Ethiopia and were blown away by how safe the country is, how much there was to do and how hospitable Ethiopian's are. In October 2020, we'll be launching our first adventure in Ethiopia and we'd love you to join - visit for full details.

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TOP TEN TOURIST HIGHLIGHTS OF ETHIOPIA HD

2017 Top 10 Tourist Sites in Ethiopia : Must see Before You Die

Top 10 Tourist Sites Ethiopia Must see Before You Die

Ethiopia, in the Horn of Africa, is a rugged, landlocked country split by the Great Rift Valley. With archaeological finds dating back more than 3 million years, it’s a place of ancient culture. Among its important sites are Lalibela with its rock-cut Christian churches from the 12th–13th centuries. Aksum is the ruins of an ancient city with obelisks, tombs, castles and Our Lady Mary of Zion church.

Rock-Hewn Churches of Lalibela
The Sof Omar Cave
The Blue Nile Falls (Tisisat Falls)
Axum historical and archaeological sites
The Simien Mountain National Park 
mago national park
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National Museum of Ethiopia at Addis Ababa
The Rift Valley
The Omo National Park
The Danakil Depression
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BEST OF ETHIOPIA TRAVEL - ADVENTURE HIGHLIGHTS! (4K)

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I really wanted to do a compilation video of all the adventures -
dancing, climbing, putting myself out there, etc. the past year, but I thought it'd be better to break it up into segments to get something out there.

So, for this first compilation video, it's Ethiopia! Ethiopia's one of the more rugged countries I've been to in recent memory, and there aren't any tourist hotspots or hangouts. You can pretty much choose your own adventure there. It kind of reminds me of Myanmar in some ways.

So, although this video showcases a lot of beautiful places, I break it all down in individual episodes where go into things like, learning the language, culture, and sharing with people, and of course, facing my fears. So make sure you subscribe and I hope you enjoy this short!

Here are some of the places and things I saw: Abuna Yemata Guh ancient church, Tigray, Dallol, Simien Mountains, Danakil Salt Flats, Erta Ale Volcano, Gondar, Danakil Salt Mining, Lalibela, Timkat in Addis Ababa, Dallol Hot Springs, Simien Mountains Gelada Monkeys, Mek'ele, Primary School in Addis Ababa, and more!

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What To See In Ethiopia.Places To Visit In Ethiopia

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What To See In Addis Ababa.Places To Visit In Addis Ababa

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Destination Ethiopia

Ethiopia: The Cradle of Mankind, A Walta Information and Public Relations Center Production from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Ethiopia, February 2010

Things To Do In Ethiopia.Tourist Attractions In Ethiopia

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Ethiopia, Land of Origins

Ethiopia by HandZaround

'Ehtiopia' is a personal project of travellers HandZaround.com funded in majority by them and created in their free time.

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'Green highlands, barren deserts, impassable lowlands, sparkling waterfalls, glistening lakes, bustling towns. We can’t describe Ethiopia with one word, unless we reach for ‘diversity’.

‘Ethiopia’ takes you on a journey off the beaten track through Northern lands of the country. It offers you a glimpse into the life of Amharic people living in the highlands, a chance to take part in important religious celebrations of Meskel, and a visit through a myriad of majestic Ethiopian landscapes, varying from the hottest desolate reds of Danakil Depression, to tremendous Blue Nile Falls, to the colourful mixture of cultures that you can find in the country’s capital, Addis Ababa.

Although the film is our personal tribute to this unique and vast country, it was impossible to include all that Ethiopia comprises of. We have yet to visit the South, East and West of Ethiopia. For more information about the places featured in the film, head to the article on our website:
handzaround.com/journal-1/ethiopia-travel-film

We are of course aware that Ethiopia consists of Muslim population, and other religions, but unfortunately we didn't have enough time and funds to represent the whole cultural, religious and natural landscape of Ethiopia.

In our description and in our understanding the word 'diverse' applies mainly to Ethiopian geography ('Green highlands, barren deserts, impassable lowlands, sparkling waterfalls, glistening lakes, bustling towns. We can’t describe Ethiopia with one word, unless we reach for ‘diversity’ '), and in our opinion Ethiopia is very diverse in that sense, especially in comparison to the countries we come from.'

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In the Mountains of Tigray (vimeo.com/handzaround/in-the-mountains-of-tigray)
Degosach (vimeo.com/240673473)
Horses of Oromia (vimeo.com/handzaround/horses-of-oromia)

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Gheralta Lodge (gheraltalodgetigrai.com/)
Degosach Eco Lodge (degosachecolodge.com/)

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Ethiopian Capital City Addis Ababa Part 69

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Addis Ababa:
Addis Ababa sometimes spelled Addis Abeba (the spelling used by the official Ethiopian Mapping Authority), is the capital city of Ethiopia. Founded in 1886, it is the largest city in Ethiopia, with a population of 3,384,569 according to the 2007 population census with annual growth rate of 3.8%. This number has been increased from the originally published 2,738,248 figure and appears to be still largely underestimated.As a chartered city (ras gez astedader), Addis Ababa has the status of both a city and a state. It is where the African Union and its predecessor the OAU are based. It also hosts the headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and numerous other continental and international organizations. Addis Ababa is therefore often referred to as the political capital of Africa due to its historical, diplomatic and political significance for the continent.
The city is populated by people from different regions of Ethiopia – the country has as many as 80 nationalities speaking 80 languages and belonging to a wide variety of religious communities. It is home to Addis Ababa University. The Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC) and Horn of Africa Press Institute (HAPI) are also headquartered in Addis Ababa.
Overview:Addis Ababa lies at an altitude of 7,546 feet (2,300 metres) and is a grassland biome, located at 9°1′48″N 38°44′24″ECoordinates: 9°1′48″N 38°44′24″E. The city lies at the foot of Mount Entoto and forms part of the watershed for the Awash. From its lowest point, around Bole International Airport, at 2,326 metres (7,631 ft) above sea level in the southern periphery, the city rises to over 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) in the Entoto Mountains to the north.
Based on the 2007 census conducted by the Ethiopian national statistics authorities the population of Addis Ababa is 3,384,569 million; all of the population are urban inhabitants. For the capital city 662,728 households were counted living in 628,984 housing units, which results in an average of 5.3 persons to a household. Although all Ethiopian ethnic groups are represented in Addis Ababa due to its position as capital of the country, the largest groups include the Amhara (47.04%), Oromo (19.51%), Gurage (16.34%), Tigray (6.18%), Silt'e (2.94%), and Gamo (1.68%). Languages spoken include Amharic (71.0%), Oromiffa (10.7%), Gurage (8.37%), Tigrinya (3.60%), Silt'e (1.82%) and Gamo (1.03%). The religion with the most believers in Addis Ababa is Ethiopian Orthodox with 74.7% of the population, while 16.2% are Muslim, 7.77% Protestant, and 0.48% Catholic.
In the previous census, conducted in 1994, the city's population was reported to be 2,112,737, of whom 1,023,452 were men and 1,089,285 were women. At that time not all of the population were urban inhabitants; only 2,084,588 or 98.7% were. For the entire administrative council there were 404,783 households in 376,568 housing units with an average of 5.2 persons per household. The major ethnic groups included the Amhara (48.3%), Oromo (19.2%), Gurage (13.5%; 2.3% Sebat Bet, and 0.8% Sodo), Tigray 7.64%, Silt'e 3.98%, and foreigners from Eritrea 1.33%. Languages spoken included Amharic (72.6%), Oromiffa (10.0%), Gurage (6.54%), Tigrinya (5.41%), and Silt'e 2.29%. In 1994 the predominant religion was also Ethiopian Orthodox with 82.0% of the population, while 12.7% were Muslim, 3.87% Protestant, and 0.78% Catholic.
According to the 2007 national census, 98.64% of the housing units of Addis Ababa had access to safe drinking water, while 14.9% had flush toilets, 70.7% pit toilets (both ventilated and unventilated), and 14.3% had no toilet facilities. Values for other reported common indicators of the standard of living for Addis Ababa as of 2005 include the following: 0.1% of the inhabitants fall into the lowest wealth quintile; adult literacy for men is 93.6% and for women 79.95%, the highest in the nation for both sexes; and the civic infant mortality rate is 45 infant deaths per 1,000 live births, which is less than the nationwide average of 77; at least half of these deaths occurred in the infants’ first month of life.Wikipedia

DIY Layover (4K) - 12 Hour in Addis Ababa: Holy Trinity Cathedral, National Museum, Merkato (2017)

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In this episode, we are making the best of our 12 hours layover in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We'll hire a full day driver for $20 to take us to see the second holiest and highest ranking Cathedral of Holy Trinity, also the site tombs of Emperor Haile Selassie I. We'll also visit Ethnological Museum inside the Addis Ababa University and the Ethiopian National Museum to see the nation's artistic treasures and world's most famous early hominids, Lucy the grandmother to all humanity. Since Ethiopia is the birthplace of Coffee, we'll visit the symbolic locally owned Tomoca Coffee and ending our day by bargain shopping at Addis Mercato Market, largest open-air market in all of Africa that is a driving engine for the majority of daily commercial activities for Addis Ababa and regional cities. We'll also pass by Menelik II Square and Yekatit 12 Monument.

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