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1. Things to Do
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... are located in Oromia, Afar and Southern regions. The lists of hunt able wild animals include endemic mammals - an addition to have a unique experience by possessing a unique trophy at the end of this ...
2. Dalol(Denakil Depression)
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... study geology particularly the volcanic eruption, besides it has a great adventurous value. Erta Alle means Smoking Mountain according to the local Afar Language. Normally, the caravan is taking of ...
3. The State of Tigray
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... The region shares common borders with Eritrea in the north, the State of Afar in the east, the State of Amhara in the south, and the Republic of the Sudan in the west AREA The State of Tigray has an estimated ...
4. The State of Somali
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... city of the State. LOCATION The State of Somali is located in the eastern and south eastern part of Ethiopia. The State has common boundaries with Afar and the Republic of Djibouti in the north, Kenya ...
5. The State of Oromia
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... The Council of the State of Oromia is the highest body of its administration. CAPITAL CITY The capital city of the State of Oromiya is Finfine (Addis Ababa) LOCATION The State of Oromia borders Afar, ...
6. The State of Gambella
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... LAKES Baro, the only navigable river in Ethiopia, is found in this State. It connects the region with the Sudan. TOURISM AND HERITAGE Gambella national park is safari in the western savanha lowlands ...
7. The State of Amhara
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... shares common borders with the state of Tigray in the north, Afar in the east, Oromiya in the south, Benishangul/Gumuz in the south west, and the Republic of Sudan in the west. AREA The State of Amhara ...
8. The State of Afar
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
The State of Afar The State of Afar consists of 5 administrative zones, 29 woredas and 28 towns. The rural area has 326 farmers associations, while the urban part has 32 kebeles. Afar is the origin ...
9. People & Culture
(About Ethiopia/Culture & People)
... of the modern state. Other main languages are Tigrigna, Guraginya, Adarinya, Afan Oromo, Somalinya, Sidaminya, Afarinya, Gumuz, Berta and Anuak. The Tigrigna- and Amharic-speaking people of the north ...
10. History of Ethiopia
(About Ethiopia/Ethiopian History)
... farther East. In the lowlands along the Red Sea were two other important Muslim peoples - the Afar and the Somali. Although the Christian state was unable to impose its rule over the Muslim states to ...
11. Archeological Attractions
(Attractions/Archeological)
Archeological Attractions Ethiopia is the earliest known home of humankind. A skeleton of an older human ancestor Australopithecus Afarensis was discovered in 1974 in the Afar region. Anthropologists ...
12. Rivers and Lakes
(About Ethiopia/Lakes & rivers)
... the elements of the African safaris, enhanced by a distinctly Ethiopian flavour. Nile perch weighing 100 kilos can be caught in the waters of the baro, snatched from the jaws of the huge crocodiles that ...
13. Facts about Ethiopia
(About Ethiopia/Ethiopian History)
... Abyssinian highlands, to the west of the chain the land drops to the grasslands of Sudan, to the east the deserts of the Afar and the Red Sea. South of Addis Ababa, the land is dominated by the Rift Valley ...
14. Useful Phrases
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... languages, Ge'ez, today only really survives in church liturgy and literature. To the east and other parts of the south are the Oromos, the Afars and the Somalis, who are Cushitic-speaking peoples, ...
15. Ethiopia - A land of Discovery
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Ethiopia - A land of Discovery Welcome to the ultimate source of real and reliable information about Ethiopian Tourism. This website is designed to provide you with one-stop solution for all your safari ...
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