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.

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North Ethiopia & World Heritage Sites

15 Days

Overview

Lalibela is designated as world Heritage site in 1978. Originally thought to have been built in the 12th century during the reign of King Lalibela, but some have been dated back to the 10th century. There are eleven churches, assembled in three groupings; the Northern Group: Bete Medhane Alem, home to the Lalibela Cross and believed to be the largest monolithic church in the world. It is linked to Bete Maryam (possibly the oldest of the churches), Bete Golgotha (known for its arts and said to contain the tomb of King Lalibela), the Selassie Chapel and the Tomb of Adam. The Western Group: Bete Giyorgis, said to be the most finely executed and best preserved church. The Eastern Group: Bete Amanuel, Bete Merkorios, Bete Abba Libanos and Bete Gabriel-Rufael. Further afield lay the monastery of Ashetan Maryam and Yimrehane Kristos church.

Highlights

  • Experiencing the impressive scenery of Mountainous Northern part of Ethiopia and world heritage sites
  • Vist Sunday market of Afar,Oromo and Amhara at senbete.
  • Visit the 8th wonder of the world- Lalibela
  • Visit some of the magnificent rock hewn churches of Gheralta.
  • Visit the marvelous scenery of Semien Mountains National Park.
  • Visit the Cluster of castles which are world heritages and built by Emperor Fasiladas
  • Visit the Blue Nile Falls
  • visit the 13th century monastery of Debrelibanos.

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North Ethiopia & World Heritage Sites