Sightseeing Tour of Addis AbabaThis is a city tour of Addis Ababa by drive with a private Toyota Minibus of 2014 Model to visit the most important sites of Addis Ababa. This tour can be booked by up to 6 visitors for the same price. Itinerary: We start the morning with visiting the National Archaeological Museum of Addis Ababa which shelters the fossil remains of Lucy (3.25 mil years old and the oldest hominid) and some of the oldest stone tools human kind ever made and used. Then, we drive up to Mount Entoto (3,200 Meters above sea level) to enjoy the great view of the city and to visit the oldest church in Addis Ababa which is famous for its beautiful hand painted wall paintings which are as old as the church (140 years).On the drive back stop at the local market called Shiro Meda which is noted for its great collection of traditional hand woven cotton clothes. Here, we also see the weavers to learn how they make it. Next stop would be to visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral which is famous for its Window glass works and the rich museum displaying crowns, icons, manuscripts, etc It is also a site where the grave of Emperor Haile Sillassie I is found at.After lunch at a traditional Ethiopian Restaurant where visitors will taste the varieties of Ethiopians delicious meals, we will head to Merkato – the largest open air market in Africa to visit its most interesting cultural sections – the Spice Market, the hand woven baskets market, Chat (Mild Stimulant chewed by locals) Market, and the second hand items market. Following will be attending a typical Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony. Enjoy one of the best cup of coffee you ever have like locals. It is a great time for the coffee as Ethiopia is the birth place of Coffee and Ethiopians enjoy it with such a beautiful ceremony.Finally drive on the main streets of Addis Ababa to visit the city’s historical monuments, and major landmarks such as the HQ of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the HQ of the African Union and Meskel Square (the main square in the city).Contact for customizing or further details!
The people are beautiful and have a unique culture. They do not like being photographed, understandably, so one should be polite and ask if they mind being pictured. Turmi is in the heart of Hamar (as they are more commonly known) country. A visit to a local Hamar village is an experience that will never be forgotten.The Hammer tribe is a peaceful and friendly large group. They life still on a traditional way. There "bull jump " is one of the most fascination things to see.
Day 4 We move further south to the town of Jinka to visit the Konso villages, known for their traditional cluster house style, ritual sites, grave mark Totem (known as Waka), and traditional terrace farming. Our next stop will be Key Afer where you will be able to join in the local weekly Banna and Tsamay market, a very colorful market that attracts neighboring tribes in the region - the Aris from Jinka, the Tsamay from Weyto and the Hamars from Dimeka. Visiting this market will allow you to compare the dressing patterns, ornamentation techniques etc. of the various tribes in the area.