The castle of Gondar and the surrounding churches are known as ‘the Camelot of Africa’. Several churches and church paints like Debre Berhan Silassie (the trinity) and the Fasil bath constructed in the 16th century are main attraction places.


Lalibela is a town in the Amhara region of northern Ethiopia. It's known for its distinctive rock-cut churches dating from the 12th and 13th centuries, which are pilgrimage sites for Coptic Christians. Thought to be the replica of the “Heaven Jerusalem “that more than 10 rock churches could be the main focus of the attractions.


Aksum is a city in northern Ethiopia. It's known for its tall, carved obelisks, relics of the ancient Kingdom of Aksum in 4th century. Most are in the northern Stelae Park, including a huge fallen pillar, now in pieces. Centuries-old St. Mary of Zion is a Christian church and pilgrimage site believed to have housed the biblical Ark of the Covenant.

Lake Tana Monasteries

The monasteries of Lake Tana have remained hidden for centuries, guarding their treasures against intruders from foreign lands and the passage of time. For those who know where to find them, however, a short boat trip across the lake is all that is needed to discover these hidden gems of antiquity. Step on board and your local guide will take you on a travel back in time. More on https://www.laketana-biosphere.com/visit/monasteries/


National Musium Addis Ababa and Entoto area, Harar Jegol, Sof Omor Cave (Not far from Bale Mountains is one of the world's most spectacular and extensive underground caverns: the Sof Omar cave system), Konso cultural landscape World Heritage site etc can be arranged by order