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TOP DESTINATIONS IN ETHIOPIA

Ethiopia's landscape impresses in both scale and beauty. Travellers are thrilled by the amazing backdrop of canyons, chasms, lakes, savannah plains and high plateaus.

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Lake Tana and Its Monasteries

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Lake Tana's beauty can only be truly appreciated when you get out beyond the city and see its azure waters lapping on lush shores, islands dotting its distant horizon and squadrons of pelicans flirting with its surface. There's also some artificial beauty in the form of centuries-old monasteries full of paintings and treasures.

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The Blue Nile

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Tis Isat known as Blue Nile Falls near the Tis Abay town "Smoky Water", a waterfall on the Blue Nile river in Ethiopia. Situated about 30 km downstream from the town of Bahir Dar and the Lake Tana. Blue Nile Falls are considered one of Ethiopia's best known tourist attraction.

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Simien Mountains National Park

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No matter how you look at them, the Simien Mountains are awesome. This massive plateau, riven with gullies and pinnacles, offers tough but immensely rewarding trekking along the ridge that falls sheer to the plains far below.

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Omo National Park

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Omo National Park is arguably the most remote park in Ethiopia and travelling here can be incredibly tough - but never less than fascinating. Because there is virtually no tourist infrastructure within the park, you will need to be totally self-sufficient with your own food, drinks, camping gear and a guide.

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Sof Omar Caves

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Sof Omar Cave is the longest cave in Ethiopia at 15.1 kilometres (9.4 mi) long; sources claim it is the longest system of caves in Africa

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Holy Trinity Cathedral

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The Church of the Holy Trinity was founded by Emperor Menelik II soon after he moved his imperial capital from Mt. Entoto to Addis Ababa. The original church, built of wood with intricate carvings, was constructed with the help of artists from India.

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Mago National Park

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The Mursi tribe of Ethiopia lives within the boundaries of Mago National Park in one of the most remote regions of the country. As is true with other Ethiopian tribes, the Mursi live difficult and often dangerous lives. But as learned, they also know how to enjoy themselves.

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Trekking Simien Mountains & Ras Dashen

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Ras Dashen is the highest mountain in Ethiopia, and the highest of the Simen range, a group of eroded mountains that rises stunningly from the surrounding 9,000 foot plateau in northern Ethiopia.

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Bale Mountains National Park

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Located 400km southeast of Addis Ababa, Bale Mountains National Park contains a spectacularly diverse landscape. The high altitude, afro-montane Sanetti Plateau rises to over 4,000m and includes the highest peak in the southern Ethiopia highlands.

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Mount Entoto, Menelik Museum & Maryam Church

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Mount Entoto is the highest peak overlooking Addis Ababa. It is a sacred place and there are many monastries here. Back in 1882 Menelik II left the royal grounds of Ankober and built his palace here.

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Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion

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The most sacred shrine in Ethiopia is the 17th-century Church of St. Mary of Zion in Axum, which stands next door to the chapel housing the Ark of the Covenant. Nearby is a newer and larger church, also called St. Mary of Zion.

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National Museum of Ethiopia

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In a beautiful late Tahasas afternoon, a visit to Ethiopia's national museum is a must- experience for residents and visitors of Addis alike.