Religious Festivals

Religion is an integral part of Ethiopian life and culture and is celebrated with impressive ceremonies, traditional dress, music and dancing providing a blanket of colorful expression across the country.

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Local laws & customs

We are guests in each country we visit and it is only good manners that we abide by local Customs we visit. All participants are required to obey the law and regulation of the countries vested and any passenger flouting such laws may be required to leave the tour immediately with no right to refund of the tour fare. Visitors are expected to refrain themselves from acting or doing any unaccepted habits and deeds by the local communities. While on visit and as a form of respect and general good manners towards local communities and village dwellers we do not encourage the complete invasion of their privacy and homes by tourist. There ear certain villages that allow tourist visits at a minimal fee. Many tourists are happy to pay for this small charge for the opportunity of sealing the way in which local inhabitants live. Well behave actions of visitors will encourage local communities to have positive attitudes toward tourism industry. If you are in doubt, please ask your guide for advice.


Ethiopia, the ancient Christian kingdom, richest historical and cultural heritage in sub-Saharan Africa,



Climatic variations and the isolated forbidding nature of her highlands have made Ethiopia a unique habitat



Culturally Southern Ethiopia is extraordinarily rich with some 45 languages spoken by people of