This is the most popular tour for those visiting Ethiopia. See a range of fabulous constructions, such as the enchanting castles in Gondar, the Granite stone Stele of Axum and the incredible rock-hewn churches of Lalibela (one of the Eighth Wonders of the World). Be amazed by the thundering Blue Nile Falls (this is actually during the rainy season) and enjoy a boat trip on the splendid Lake Tana for island monasteries.

Discover Ethiopia: Historic Route & Lalibela Tour by Car

This trip is designed to admire the natural beauty of the Afar Triangle (also called the Afar Depression or the Danakil Depression) is a geological depression that is caused by the Afar Triple Junction which is part of the Great Rift Valley. The Afar Triangle includes the Danakil Depression and the lowest point in Africa, Lake Asal ; And culture tour of the walled city of Harar.

Discover Ethiopia: Danakil Depression & Harar Trip

In order to reach the Guassa plateau from the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, you have to travel approx. 260 km. A paved and then ground road (approx. 80 km) leads to Tarmaber. It takes about 5 hours to travel there by car. Is it worth travelling for so long? Definitely yes!!! We will reach one of the most natural places untouched by civilization in the highlands of Ethiopia. The area, occupying approximately 100 square kilometres, is perfect for trekking.

Discover Ethiopia: Guassa Plateau Tours

This first 8 days of this tour enables you to visit the most popular route for those visiting Ethiopia - the ‘Cradle of Mankind’. See a range of fabulous constructions, such as the enchanting castles in Gondar, the Granite stone Stele of Axum and the incredible rock-hewn churches of Lalibela. Be amazed by the thundering Blue Nile Falls and enjoy a boat trip on the splendid Lake Tana for island monasteries.

Discover Ethiopia: North and South Ethiopia Tour

Drinking coffee (which in the Amharic language is called „buna”) is an essential element of culture in Ethiopia. Join us on a coffee and tea trip to Ethiopia. Timeless Ethiopia is an Ethiopian tour operator that has been organizing such trips for many years. It is believed that the Ethiopian province of Keffa is the fatherland of this beverage. The traditional ceremony of drinking coffee is commenced with rinsing raw, which means white, seeds. Afterwards, coffee is burnt, ground in a mortar, and used to prepare the beverage. For this purpose, special jugs, heated up on charcoal, are used. The brew is used three times. Another element of the custom is nibbling freshly prepared roasted maize, and the drinking of coffee is accompanied by the smell of incense. For Ethiopians, coffee is the most important exported merchandise. You will learn all about this during our Coffee Tour in Ethiopia.

Discover Ethiopia: Coffee & Tea Tour in ETHIOPIA