Few nations, if any, can boast the historic splendor of Ethiopia, evidence of whose extraordinary past is everywhere, from its rock-hewn churches, still places of living worship, to its ancient historical traditions and magnificent cultures. Ethiopia, is a nation of surprises, full of diversity and contrast, from the ancient to the modern. Archeological findings in Ethiopia,covering sites stretching in the Rift Valley from the omo river valley in the south west to the afar depression in the north east.these consist of hominid remains dating up to four million years old,some of the earliest man-made tools.all this has earned Ethiopia "cradle of mankind!"


Harar is located in the eastern part of the Ethiopia. The city is located 523 Kms east of Addis Ababa. It is part of the historic circuits. Harari people are Semitic in origin and also known as Adare mainly living in Harar town in the

Bahir Dar

Bahir Dar is one of the leading tourist destinations in Ethiopia with a variety of attractions in the nearby Lake Tana and Blue Nile River. The city is distinctly known for its wide avenues lined with palm trees and a variety of colorful flowers.The 2002 awarded by UNESCO entitled ‘’UNESCO Cities for Peace Prize’’ for managing to address the challenges of rapid urbanization can be taken as a witness.


Gondar was once the old imperial capital of historic Begemder province. Some call this city the Camelot of Africa.The city was founded around 1635 by Emperor Fasilides.


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,