Lake Ziway

Lake Ziway, known in the local language of Oromifa as Hara Dembel, is the largest lake in Ethiopia’s Central Rift Valley and is home to thriving bird populations, shy hippos, and tilapia fish – delicious served grilled with lime! Five volcanic islands dot Lake Ziway’s surface, with hiking trails, forests, and ancient monasteries to discover. […]

Sof-Omer cave

One of the world’s most spectacular and extensive underground caverns: the Sof Omar cave system, Which is found in the low land part of Bale Mountains. The weyib river, which sources from the Bale Mountains National Park, penetrates the caves year round, offering a magnificent view to the visitors. Sof Omar is an extraordinary natural […]


The fortified historic town of Harar is located in the Eastern part of Ethiopia on a plateau with deep gorges surrounded by deserts and savannah. , is believed to be the forth-holiest city after Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem. The walls surrounding this sacred Muslim city were built between the 13th and 16th centuries. Harar Jugol, […]

Dire Sheikh Husein Shrine

There are Lots of marvelous things to Discover in ETHIOPIA, both natural and man-made. Among those wonderful things the great historical sites which are built by our ancient civilizations are the one. THESE Breathtaking and incredible Cultural and Historical site built by ancient civilizations is called “Dirre Sheikh Hussein” Located in the Bale Mountains, South […]

Lake Awasa

Located some 300 kilometers from the capital Addis Abeba, the city of Awasa attracts tourists mainly because of its beautiful lake. Awasa is better developed in terms of accommodation and infrastructure because of its tourist attracting lake. Lake Awasa is one of the best lakes to fish, cruise on small rafts, enjoy the view of […]