Last Minute Family Vacation to Ethiopia’s Northern and Southern
On our last minute family vacation package you will see a wide range of wild life from the high
peaks and semitropical forest to salt lakes and desert.
Ethiopia is the habitat for at least 242 mammal species in which no less than 28 are endemic. The
endemism is existent among other creatures too; like in amphibians, birds, reptiles, insects and even fish.
Perhaps you will see some of our endemic mammals like the Swayne’s Hartebeest, Menelik’s Bushbuck,
the Mountain Nyala, the very rare African wild ass, the Walia Ibex, the famous Ethiopian Wolf and the Gelada
Take our last minute family vacation to the historic sites, on a route that will take you to the
northern part of Ethiopia for a lasting and memorable experience.
Your journey to the north begins with Debre Libanos, a monastery and one of the most holy sites,
founded in the 13th century.
We then proceed to the magnificent and spectacular view of the endless Blue Nile Gorge.
Ethiopia’s most attractive town Bahirdar is a central location for tourism, with its resorts and a
Lake Tana-the largest lake in Ethiopia is the source of the Blue Nile, with many islands and
monasteries. The Blue Nile all make the city an attractive and beautiful centre for a last minute family vacation
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Your tour could also take in Gondar, the 17th century capital of Ethiopia.
Famous for its many medieval castles and the design and decoration of its
You can also visit the royal castle compound, bath of King Fasiledes, Debre-Birhan
Selassie monastery, and Kusquam monastery.
Continuing onward, we take you to Yeha, Axum and Debre-Damo to the sacred centers of
Yeha an 8th century BC is known as Ethiopia’s first capital. Axum is renowned for its cathedral of
St. Mary of Zion.
Your guide Gebretsadkan as well as having a bachelor degree in tourism management from the
University of Gondar has an excellent knowledge of Axum and the nearby sites.
Dawit Senbeta writes:
He patiently and knowledgably delivers the mysteries ...