Gheralta Mountains


The air is thick and arid, making it hard to breath.

The sound of marmots and coyotes howling in the distant desert is carried by the piercing westerly winds as fine grains of sand are whipped up, into the sky.

Despite the barren Mad Max-esque landscape spreading beyond the horizon, the red rock mountains that encapsulate the desert conceal within them one of Ethiopia’s hidden gems.

Within these mountains, lies a cavernous complex of churches and temples, cut from stone, countless centuries ago.



The Lower Valley of the Omo is located in south-western Ethiopia. It extends over an area of 165 km2. The age old sedimentary deposits in the Lower Omo Valley are now world renowned for the discovery of many hominid fossils, that have been of fundamental importance in the study of human evolution.
The Lower Omo River in south west Ethiopia is home to eight different tribes whose population is about 200,000. They have lived there for centuries.
The best way to get to the Omo Valley is via a domestic flight to the nearby airport town of Arba Minch. From here, you will take to the road and drive into the Omo Valley, stopping at various small towns along the way for overnights as you explore the region over the course of 4 to 5 days.



Lalibela is one of Ethiopia’s most magical destinations. For many, it is the absolute highlight of their journey across Ethiopia.


Harar is home to an incredible 99 mosques and shrines, representing the 99 names of Allah known to man

Rift Valley

Ethiopia is home to over 20 lakes, most of which are a result of the Great African Rift Valley


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