We are uniquely experienced to introduce the traveler to the numerous features of Ethiopia, Which is the country with Ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Ethiopia is endowed with a variety and depth of natural, historical ,cultural and religious riches that have yet to be discovered by the world.

Lake Tana - Source of the Blue Nile River.
Lake Tana is the largest lake in Ethiopia and a source of the Blue Nile River. Lake Tana, the largest lake in Ethiopia is the source of the Blue Nile from where it starts its long journey to Khartoum and on to the Mediterranean. The 37 islands that are scattered about the surface of the Lake shelter fascinating churches and monastries,
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Rock-hewn churches of Lalibela
Lalibela is one of Ethiopia's holiest cities, second only to Axum, and is a center of pilgrimage for much of the country. During the reign of Saint Gebre Mesqel Lalibela (a member of the Zagwe Dynasty, who ruled Ethiopia in the late 12th century and early 13th century) the current town of Lalibela was known as Roha.
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Axum - Resting place of the Ark of the Covenant
The capital city of the empire was Axum now in northern Ethiopia. Along the hills and plain outside the present day Axum, the Axumites had cemeteries with elaborate grave stones called stelae/obelisks, or obelisks. O
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Tribes of OMO Valley
The lower Omo is home to a remarkable mix of small, Contrasting ethnic groups including the Burne but not limited to the Karo, Geleb, Bodi, Mursi, Surma, Arbore, and the Hamer,just to express their artistic impulses.
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Why Rift Valley Ethiopia Tours?

Choose us for your Ethiopian Odyssey

Discover Ethiopia's wonders with unparalleled service with us. Our seasoned guides, fluent in multiple languages, bring the rich tapestry of Ethiopian culture and history to life. With tailor-made itineraries, we ensure a journey that caters to your unique interests, whether it's the majestic landscapes or the vibrant local traditions. Safety, reliability, and comfort are the cornerstones of our travel experiences, promising an unforgettable adventure in the land of origins. Join us for an authentic exploration of Ethiopia's treasures, where every detail is crafted for excellence.


Chebera Churchura NP

Set in the southwest of Ethiopia, Chebera-Churchura is a remote and little-visited reserve, a very scenic area with some impressive wildlife. The main way to explore is by walking safari. The area tends to feature only in very long and specialist guided overland safaris through the south. Chebera Churchura is a newly established National Park located in Konta Woreda, Dawro Zone. It is 480 km south of Addis on the Addis–Jimma-Chida-Ameya road. It has a total area of 11,900 ha and elevations range from 500-2000 m asl. Rainfall ranges from 1200 mm to 2300 mm per annum and temperature ranges from 10 to 29 °C. Wet seasons are from March to September and the dry season extends from December to February. Chebera Churchura NP harbours over 400 Elephants in different herds. The Zigna River, several lakes, waterfalls including a hot spring form hydrological features in the park. The Zigna River is an important tributary of the Omo River. The presence of natural caves is an added attraction. There are facilities for tourists to stay at the park HQ where a simple camp with toilet facilities are available.


Rich Historical Heritage

Ethiopia is home to a wealth of historical sites, including the ancient rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, the obelisks of Axum, and the castles of Gondar. These UNESCO World Heritage Sites offer a glimpse into a past that has shaped the present-day cultural landscape of Ethiopia.


Unique Cultural Experiences

With over 80 ethnic groups, each with its own language, culture, and traditions, Ethiopia provides a cultural mosaic that is unparalleled. We offer immersive experiences that allow travelers to engage with local communities, participate in traditional ceremonies, and learn about the country's intricate social tapestry.


Breathtaking Natural Scenery

From the majestic Simien Mountains to the surreal landscapes of the Danakil Depression, Ethiopia's natural wonders are a huge draw for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Tour operators provide expertly guided treks, wildlife safaris, and bird-watching tours that showcase the country's ecological diversity.


Culinary Delights

Ethiopian cuisine is a flavorful journey through spices, textures, and culinary techniques. Tour companies can arrange for cooking classes, market visits, and meals at traditional restaurants, allowing travelers to savor the tastes of Ethiopia.

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From the majestic Simien Mountains to the mystical ruins of Aksum, our tours are designed to immerse you in the very essence of Ethiopia. Witness the rare Ethiopian wolf in its natural habitat, marvel at the fearless Walia Ibex, and encounter the Gelada monkeys that roam the northern plateaus. Our seasoned guides ensure a safe and enriching adventure through Ethiopia's diverse landscapes, including the awe-inspiring Erta Valley, home to a quarter of Africa's active volcanoes.