Small Group Discoveries

+ Tour tunnels and trenches excavated centuries ago to explore the ancient rock-hewn churches of Lalibela.
+ Experience the remarkable range of Ethiopia’s ethnic traditions, spending six days among the tribes of the Omo Valley including Mursi, Dassanech, Karo and Hamer villages.
+ Mingle with the diverse tribal groups who gather with their livestock at weekly markets to barter, sell and buy.
+ Travel into the Konso Highlands where tribal settlements are ingeniously defended by walls and maze-like alleys.
+ Learn about Lucy at the National Museum where the 3-million-year-old fossil is housed, and hear how this amazing find has shed so much ling on hominids – our earliest human ancestors.
+ Includes 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites c
  • Day 1 – Arrive Addis Ababa

    On arrival, you’ll be escorted to the Radisson Blu Hotel. Then join our experienced Trip Leader Samrawit for a tour including the Holy Trinity Cathedral and National Museum – where the Lucy fossil is housed. meals d
  • Day 2 – Onward to Harar

    Fly to Dire Dawa and continue to Awaday, the center of Ethiopia’s Khat trade where 50,000 pounds of this leafy plant are traded daily! Continue to Harar , the center of Islamic culture for 1,000 years. Visit the Arthur Rimbaud Center and meet one of Harar’s Hyena Men. In a tradition passed from father to son, they have learned to feed these wild animals directly from their mouth. Enjoy 2 nights at the Ras Hotel. meals b+l+d
  • Day 3 – Culture + History

    Spend time with a family in their home, adorned with colorful Harari baskets, and tour the Harari City Museum where exhibits include antique Islamic manuscripts and Harari coins minted more than 200 years ago. meals b+l+d
  • Day 4 – Back to Addis Ababa

    Return to Addis Ababa for a night at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Tonight’s dinner features the music and dance of the country’s many ethnic groups. meals b+l+d
  • Day 5 – On to Lalibela

    Fly to Lalibela where 11 below-ground churches bear witness to the vision of a 12th-century king. Hewn from granite and embellished with windows, murals, and carvings, they tower up to 40 feet tall. Explore the first group of churches and spend the night at the Zagwe Hotel. meals b+l+d
  • Day 6 – Rock-hewn churches

    Visit Yemrehanna Kristos, an Axumite church that predates the nearby cave churches by nearly a century. Return to town and continue your exploration of Lalibela’s medieval cave churches. meals b+l+d
  • Day 7 – Fly to Arba Minch

    Fly to Arba Minch where you’ll be escorted to the Paradise Lodge – overlooking the calm lakes and dense forests of the region. meals b+l+d
  • Day 8 – Around Lake Chamo

    A morning safari across Lake Chamo offers the chance to observe hippos, giant crocodiles and numerous bird species. Then, journey to Chencha, a mountain village of the Dorze tribe famed for their tall beehive-shaped homes. meals b+l+d
  • Day 9 – Into the Omo Valley

    Discover the stone terraces and unique fortified settlements of the Konso Highlands ; they bear witness to living cultural traditions that stretch back more than 400 years. Continue into the Omo Valley and check in to the Buska Lodge in Turmi. meals b+l+d
  • Day 10 – Tribes of the Omo River’s eastern bank

    Spend the day with Samrawit getting to know two tribes on the eastern bank of the Omo River. Numbering fewer than 2,000, the Karo are an agro-pastoralist society known for their highly-detailed body painting. Also on the eastern shores, the Hamer subsist with cattle herding and agriculture. Hamer men are celebrated for their traditional bull jumping, a rite of passage that is part of an event that can last three days. meals b+l+d
  • Day 11 – Around Omorate

    Travel overland to Omorate, a riverside town deep in the lower Omo Valley. Here along the river’s western bank, you’ll get to know the lives and customs of the eight different clans that comprise the Dassanech tribe. Continue to Jinka for a night at the Eco-Omo Safari Lodge. meals b+l+d
  • Day 12 – Ways of the Mursi

    Meet the Mursi who adorn themselves with paint, beads and body ornaments of horn and feather. The women wear large pottery or wood discs in their lower lips; the men are known for fierce ceremonial dueling. Then fly back to Addis Ababa and spend another night at the Radisson Blu Hotel. meals b+l+d
  • Day 13 – Depart Addis Ababa

    After a leisurely morning, tour the Ethnological Museum, set in Halie Selassie’s former palace. Then continue to the airport for your onward flight. meals b+l+d

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  • Radisson BLU Hotel - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    The Radisson Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa is located in the city center within walking distance of the United Nations Conference Center (UNCC). The Addis Ababa hotel offers easy access to the city’s major businesses and organizations and is just a 15-minute drive from Bole International Airport. Tour popular nearby attractions like the National Museum and Holy Trinity Cathedral. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa includes 204 rooms and suites with premium amenities like a separate shower and bathtub and a mini-bar. Guests can order daily specials from an a la carte menu at our onsite restaurant Verres en Vers, or drink refreshing cocktails at the hotel’s Signature Bar. Enjoy international specialties at the Super Breakfast Buffet. Pamper yourself at the Rainforest Day Spa after a full day of work or sight-seeing.

  • Tukul Village Hotel - Lalibela, Ethiopia

    Tukul village is a new hotel with attractive views of Lalibela and its surroundings. It is in fact not a hotel but a small village. It is within walking distance of many of the ancient churches - THE attraction of Lalibela - such as the Church of St. George.

  • Paradise Lodge - Arba Minch, Ethiopia

    Paradise Lodge was opened in 2008 as a means to transform the hospitality industry in Africa by providing guests with unparalleled service and an authentic experience while preserving the natural environment and strengthening the local culture.

    With contributions from 56 southern nations of Ethiopia and thousands of delighted guests, the Paradise Lodge has been serving this mission even as they expand their services and provide new experiences to their customers.

  • Eco-Omo Safari Lodge - Jinka, Ethiopia

    The lodge is ecofriendly, based on a low impact concept, constructed using as much as possible natural materials and at the same time creating a good harmony with nature. The rooms are high quality tents placed on wooden platforms, which in turn are covered with a second roof made of grass. Their mottos are reducing, reuse and recycle.

    The Omo valley has been preserved till now thanks to its geographical position. Here are found 18 diverse tribes untouched by modern civilization. The nature, often endemic to this part of Ethiopia, offers magnificent attraction for bird watching and trekking activities.

  • Buska Lodge - Turmi, Ethiopia

    Situated in the heart of Southern Ethiopia in the Omo Valley, Buska Lodge is an unpretentious eco-lodge offering travelers the best accommodation and meal service in this region

    Buska Lodge overlooks the plains of Buska Mountain and has been constructed to blend beautifully in to the natural surroundings.

    Buska Lodge offers the rare opportunity to learn about and experience the culture and traditions of the local Hammer community offering a rare glimpse into the cultures of the Omo Valley. The Hammer are famous for their Evangadi dance and Bull jumping ceremony where a young man who wants to marry jumps over a line of bulls in order to show that he is worth to the bride's family. The Hammer share traditions and rituals with surrounding people like the Tsemai, Ari, Karo, and Bena.

Our Small Group Journey Value

+ Escorted by our experienced English-fluent Ethiopian Trip Leader, Samrawit
+ Comprehensive expertly-guided sightseeing with never more than 16 guests
+ All 33 meals: 11 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 11 dinners
+ 11 nights in our carefully selected hotels and lodges
+ All on-tour transportation including airport transfers and all internal flights
+ Luggage handling, all hotel taxes, and all fees for your internal flights

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Our Private Journey Value

+ Escorted by our experienced English-fluent Ethiopian Trip Leader, Samrawit
+ Comprehensive expertly-guided sightseeing with never more than 16 guests
+ All 33 meals: 11 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 11 dinners
+ 11 nights in our carefully selected hotels and lodges
+ All on-tour transportation including airport transfers and all internal flights
+ Luggage handling, all hotel taxes, and all fees for your internal flights

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  • Carol from CA gives this tour 

    The museums, the churches visited, the various tribes of the Omo valley, seeing the daily life of the people on the streets, in the small towns along the roads that the tour vehicle passed through.


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    Date Traveled: 4/5/2018

  • Jane & Felix from TX gives this tour 

    Our superb guide and congenial fellow travelers made the exploration of this beautiful mountainous country unforgettable. The food, the people, the markets and those rock churches will always be valued memories. Where else could you feed a hyena or witness bull jumping?


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    Date Traveled: 4/2/2018

  • Susan from NY gives this tour 

    Delightful opportunity to experience Ethiopia first hand. Experiencing Easter along with Tribal customs was informative and emotional. Tour guide, Sam, was outstanding. Great to travel with Bob.


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    Date Traveled: 4/2/2018

  • Bert & Diane from NV gives this tour 

    Ethiopia is a place of many firsts and a world away from anything we knew … In the Islamic city of Harar, we engaged in the adrenaline-pumping act of wild hyena feeding, a nightly tradition started generations ago in the city’s dark and narrow alleyways. While in Lalibela, we observed in candlelit silence, the midnight Easter service at the Bet Maryam, a UNESCO designated rock-hewn church, with hundreds of Orthodox Christian pilgrims shrouded in white. In new Land Cruisers, we dodged potholes, cattle, sheep and goats as we made our way to the untamed tribal villages of the Konso, Hamer, Dorze and the Dassanech in the Omo Valley. With great anticipation, we observed a traditional Bull Jumping held for a young Hamer who passed boyhood to adulthood by jumping over the backs of bulls. Showing their devotion to the young Hamer, we watched the tribal women demand whippers to repeatedly whip them with birch sticks. Raw and bleeding, the women danced around the restless bulls. The accommodations ranged from the deluxe to the simple, many without connecting Wi-Fi or television, but the silence forced us to contemplate the day’s uniqueness and the promise of tomorrow’s wonder. Our excellent guide, Samrawit Fekade, was tireless and informative, caring and thoughtful. She is an expert who highlights the best of her country. And as we fondly remember Ethiopia where the authentic moments were part of our every day, we thank our friend Bob Drumm, A+R’s President, for hosting this incredible journey … as travel is always better with friends!


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    Date Traveled: 4/1/2018

  • Mei Ku from IL gives this tour 

    Delighted by the history and tribal people in the south.


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    Date Traveled: 1/4/2017


Ethiopia is truly a gem of Africa with culture and traditions dating back over three millennia.  It is a unique country of Christian faith, a rich and varied history, vibrant celebrations and endless festivals.

Ethiopia History

Ethiopia's past can be traced back to the “Lucy” skeleton, making Ethiopia the cradle of human race.  Despite never having been fully colonized, Ethiopia has changed hands for centuries. Each new kingdom constructed its own capital, leaving behind a staggering number of ancient cities and monuments. The 2nd century Aksumite kingdom, for example, was centered on Axum and ruled for eight centuries and its stone obelisks still stand. The churches of Lalibela were chiseled by hand out of solid rock in the 12th century during the reign of Ethiopia’s mysterious Zagwe dynasty. Gondar, with its well preserved palaces, churches and gardens, was founded in the mid-17th century but was the imperial capital for just 100 years.

After the opening of the Suez Canal, the Italians tried to colonize Ethiopia in the late 19th century. Emperor Menelik united the country and achieved a historic defeat of a European army by an African one. Ethiopia’s reputation as a fiercely independent nation was sealed and Menelik modernized the country with electricity, roads, a great railway and secular leadership.  Italy again invaded Ethiopia in 1936 but with the backing of Britain Ethiopia was liberated from occupation. Motivated by political corruption, the devastating famine of the 1970s and continuing battles with neighbors, a military group known as the Derg emerged. Seizing power, they deposed the Emperor Haile Selassie and declared a socialist state. In 1991 the Derg was in turn defeated by the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), a united group from across the country that transformed Ethiopia into a relatively modern democracy – safe, peaceful, tolerant, progressive and proudly independent.

Ethiopia Geography

Ethiopia has an elevated central plateau varying in height between 6,500 and 15,000 feet. Many of Ethiopia’s attractions are at high elevations, including Lalibela at over 8,500 feet. The most famous river is the Blue Nile that flows north from its source in Lake Tana on its way to Egypt and the Mediterranean. About three-quarters of the Ethiopian population earns a living as subsistence farmers of livestock, oil seeds, pulses, flowers, vegetables and coffee.

Addis Ababa, the “New Flower” in Amharic, is the fascinating capital of Ethiopia and acclaimed for its culture and cuisine. Among the most important sites include the Holy Trinity Cathedral, the National Museum, the Ethnological Museum, St. George Museum and church and the Merkato market.

Gondar, located north of Lake Tana at the foot of the Simien Mountains, was the capital of Ethiopia under Emperor Fasilides. The city today holds the remains of several royal castles, including the impressive two-storied Fasilides Palace in the Royal Enclosure (Fasil Ghebbi), for which Gondar has been called the “Camelot of Africa.”

Simien Mountains. The Simien massif is a broad plateau featuring an enormous single crag and penetrated by a half-mile-deep gorge popular for hiking adventures. The Simien Mountains National Park is home to wildlife including the Walya ibex, Ethiopian Wolf and Gelada baboon and other species not often encountered outside of the country such as bush buck, Augur buzzard, and Verreaux's eagle.

Axum, the ancient city of Queen Sheba, is famous for its churches, obelisks and monolithic stele. The Axum Tsion Mariam Church is believed to harbor the Biblical Ark of the Covenant, in which lie the Tablets of Law upon which the Ten Commandments are inscribed.

Lalibela is one of Ethiopia's holiest cities, second only to Axum. One of Ethiopia’s nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Lalibela's rock-hewn churches top the must-see list for many visitors and never disappoint. The churches are thought to have been carved from “living rock” during the 12th and 13th centuries and are still in use today.

Harar shows a different face of Ethiopia. It is a walled Islamic city with over 100 mosques, famous qat market, ornately decorated traditional houses and a vibrant mix of local people (Afars and Somalis). For centuries, the city has been a crossroads of trade routes with the rest of Ethiopia, the entire Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. In recognition of its cultural heritage, the old walled city of Harar was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Debre Libanos is home to the 13th-century ruins of the Debre Libanos monastery which is still revered as an important holy site. On the plateau above the nearby great Jemma River Gorge is an intricately constructed bridge left from the Portuguese period that is still in use today. 

Arba Minch in Amharic means “Forty Springs” and this picturesque town is located at the base of the Great Rift Valley. Known for its abundant local springs that support a lush forest, the nearby Nechisar National Park between Lake Abaya and Lake Chamo is known for its rich bird life and other wild animals.

Omo River Valley, home to a remarkable mix of small, contrasting ethnic groups, not only the Ari and Konso, but also the Tsemai, the Derashi, the Mursi, the Bana, and the Hamer.  These indigenous African tribes are some of the most unique people in the world today with their traditional cultures almost intact. What is most striking about them is the kaleidoscope of colors they wear on their bodies in the form of colorful beadworks, animal feathers and even body art.   Elaborate hairstyles along with body painting is a form of personal adornment and is a part of many of these people’s cultural practices for wedding ceremonies and in their daily life.

Ethiopia Climate

The climate varies from cool in the highlands to one of the hottest spots on earth at the Dallol Depression. In the temperate zone (elevations between 4,900 feet and 8,500 feet, where most of the population lives) high temperatures range from 61 to 86°F. Temperature variations in the lowlands (below 4,900 feet) are much greater, with either tropical or arid conditions and high temperatures that can range from 81 to over 122°F.

Ethiopia has two seasons, the wet season and the dry season. Rainfall occurs in most of the country from June to September, with the central plateau experiencing a second but milder rainy season between December and February.  September through January are widely regarded as Ethiopia’s peak tourist season, although the remaining dry season of February to May is also a good time to visit certain parts of Ethiopia. The region as a whole is still characterized by pleasant weather, though light rain can fall during February to April.

Ethiopia Food

Ethiopia, like many African countries, offers a wide range of foods that come in all sorts of colors, smells and tastes. It is no secret that Ethiopian food is drawing food lovers keen on experiencing a new kind of food. Some specialties to try:

Injera – a flatbread made from teff (a unique Ethiopian grain) baked into large crepe-like  pancakes with the taste of sourdough bread.  It is the most famous Ethiopian food because it's not only a source of protein but also a serving platform. Vegetables and Meat dishes are eaten by grabbing some food with injera, rolling it up and eating it up.

Kitfo – a typical Ethiopian dish made from the leanest minced meat which is pan sautéed (not cooked) in butter and served with minced spinach/kale called gomen. This dish is a tradition of the Gurage people from southern Ethiopia.  Barbecue can be added but it is recommended to have it served separately.

Berbere – a very spicy accompaniment for Ethiopian food. It is a dark red blend of sun-dried chilies, ginger, garlic, cardamom, nutmeg, cloves, cumin, coriander and other spices and is quite delicious.

Wot – a very spicy stew made from red onions cooked in berbere which can also be mixed with either kibbeh or butter. Wot can be had as a vegetable dish or blended with meat to turn into a meat stew, and is a wonderful accompaniment to injera. In the highlands they use lamb (bege) while in the arid and semi-arid lowlands and in major towns they use beef (bere) and goat meat (feyel). Most foreign visitors however love the chicken wot.

Doro wot –a chicken-based stew in an intense shade of red due to the berbere spices. The stew can be made from beef or chicken and is served with a whole hard-boiled egg.

Kolo – made with ultra-crunchy roasted barley grains and sometimes peppered with chickpeas. Dusted in a light salty seasoning, this snack packs plenty of fiber and protein into a tasty package.

Tej – a locally made honey-wine that comes with a thick sweetness and an orange lightness to it that is commonly used to end a meal.

Coffee – is indigenous to Ethiopia and it also grows wild in the forests of the southwestern highlands. Ethiopia is recognized as the birthplace of coffee, and the brewing of coffee is the most important social occasion.  It is taken as a sign of respect and friendship to invite someone to a coffee ceremony.

Ethiopia Travel Facts

Ethiopia is 8 hours ahead of US Eastern Standard Time. The Ethiopian currency is the Birr (ETB), and you should exchange cash in Addis Ababa for the remainder of your travel as credit cards are not generally accepted.  Purchases of crafts, souvenirs, bottled water and other beverages as well as for gratuities/tips and photo permits are paid for in cash in either local currency or using small-denomination US bills. 

Electric current is 220V at 50 Hz AC and outlets use two round-pin (European style) plugs. Telephones, fax machines and internet access are available in Addis Ababa, but elsewhere cell phone/internet access is limited, mostly to upscale hotels and lodges.

Bright colored and white clothing are common in Ethiopia, but camouflage clothing (or military-inspired clothing generally) is not recommended. The best colors are khakis, whites and pale pastel blues. You should bring sun hat/headscarf, golf shirts and T-shirts, long sleeved shirts, shorts/capris/longer skirts, long slacks/trousers, lightweight jersey or fleece, facial cloth, and a light rain jacket for rainy periods. 

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Our Exclusive Festival Departures  

Christmas in Lalibela
Our Jan 4, 2019 departure
Celebrated in January according to the Gregorian calendar… Join traditionally clad pilgrims as they herald Christmas in Lalibela’s ancient churches. It’s an inspiring, once-in-a-lifetime experience!
 
Orthodox Easter
Our Apr 6, 2018 + Apr 26, 2019 departures
Join in one of Ethiopia’s most important and lively spiritual celebrations! After 56 days of Lent, Ethiopia’s Orthodox Christians celebrate the Paschal Vigil with sacred music and dance followed on Easter Sunday with feasting and tella – a local brew made from honey.
 
Meskel
Our Sep 16, 2019 departure
The Meskel celebration in Ethiopia culminates in large bonfires topped with a cross and decorated with meskel flowers. Revellers sing and dance around the fire. It is believed that the direction of the smoke will predict the happenings of the next year.
 
Timkat – The Epiphany
Our Jan 18, 2019 departure
Experience ancient traditions as Ethiopia’s Orthodox Christians remember Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan River. There will be joyous water-filled reenactments and parades featuring the Tabot, a model of the Ark of the Covenant.

Lalibela: Ethiopia’s
New Jerusalem
 

Ethiopia is home to one of the oldest Christian communities in the world. Converted by Philip the Evangelist in the 4th century A.D., today two-thirds of the country’s population belongs to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, a branch of... Read More >>

An Ethiopian Bar Mitzvah: The Hamar Bull Jumping Ceremony  

Coming-of-age is no mean feat for the young men of the Hamar tribe in Southern Ethiopia’s Omo Valley. To be considered an adult or "Maza," which literally means, "an accomplished one," young men must run... Read More >>

Celebrate Timkat: Ethiopia’s Epiphany  

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