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Ethiopia is located in the Horn of Africa on the east of the continent. Landlocked and bordered by Eritrea to the north, Somalia to the east, Kenya to the south and South Sudan to the west, Ethiopia is the 28th largest country in the world with a population of over 117 million. The landscape here is varied, with a mixture of deserts, lush forests, mountain ranges and plateaus dispersed all over the country. Tourism is Ethiopia’s most popular economic sector, with lots of UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in the country as well as plenty to explore and discover.
A holiday or honeymoon to Ethiopia is sure to make for a unique and unforgettable experience, with plenty on offer to wow visitors. Home to endless areas of natural beauty, a vibrant culture which can be seen through the warm and friendly people and the tasty local cuisine as well as a host of wildlife which inhabits the country, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. For those in search of adventure, trek through the Semien Mountains where you’ll get to see Ethipoia’s beauty from 1,500 meters up and you could even encounter some of the animals who live there! For sightseeing, take a trip to Lalibela, where you can see the incredible hand-carved churches which are a place of pilgrimage for Orthodox Christians. Alternatively, visit the city of Gondar and marvel at the castles that are dotted around, including the emperor’s own brown basalt castle! To learn about a unique Ethiopian culture, visit the Omo valley where tribes still live and practice ancient cultural rituals today.
Ethiopian holidays are best suited to couples who are looking for adventure and unique experiences. Learning about Ethiopia’s culture and way of life is fascinating, and the sites and things it has to offer are sure to result in memories that will last a lifetime.
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🧡 See the intricately carved obelisks in Axum
🧡 Visit Sof Omar, Ethiopia’s longest cave, and admire one of nature’s wonders
🧡 Take a trip to the town of Harar Jegol and see the historic hyena feeding ritual
The Ethiopian birr is the currency used in Ethiopia.
Ethiopia is 2 hours ahead of Ireland.
The climate experienced in Ethiopia varies depending on the region. Southern areas of the country experience an equatorial rainforest climate which results in high levels of rainfall and humidity; the mountainous areas experience an Afro-Alpine climate and the areas around the northeast, east and southeast lowlands experience a desert-like climate.