Travel through Ethiopia's dramatic countryside from Addis Ababa up to Aksum and back. A country that counts 13 months to the year, never came under the yoke of colonialism and boasts the Queen of Sheba's hometown. Ethiopia really is an African land like no other.
North of the pleasant capital of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia can boast a wealth of historical and cultural treasures unlike anything else on Earth. Our 'Northern Circuit' starts out with a short flight to Bahir Dar, where we visit the Blue Nile Falls and take a cruise on Lake Tana.
Travel to Ethiopia, the land of our ancestors and the home of the awe-inspiring Simien Mountain Range. Remaining one of Africa’s true hidden gems, this collection of emerald valleys, jagged gorges and sky-scraping rock formations provide a unique trekking experience that is well off the beaten track
Journey through the beauty and history of Africa's most unusual country: Ethiopia. Mysterious, deeply traditional and breathtakingly beautiful, Ethiopia is unlike any other country on the African continent.
Cambodia and Vietnam: a magical and diverse combination in South East Asia. We start in Cambodia and Angkor Wat.
In the northeast of Ethiopia is the little visited region of Tigrai. Over the centuries a series of churches of differing sizes and architectural styles were carved into cliff-faces and rocky-outcrops, many still in use today.
A trekking adventure like no other. Few know about the Simien, let alone travel there. Get there quick for a trekking and cultural experience of a lifetime.
The dramatic skyline of peaks and jagged volcanic plugs which tower over the highland plateaux of the Simien Mountains compete with rugged gorges and deep gullies to form what is, arguably, the most awe-inspiring landscape in Africa. Trek through the Chess pieces of the Gods.
A brilliant opportunity to explore the Omo Valley, home to a diverse and fascinating range of distinct tribal groups.
Ethiopia holds a culturally unique place between Africa the Middle East.
The 11 rock-hewn churches of Lalibela inspire the same breathtaking reaction as Machu Picchu or Cambodias Angkor Wat, but you wont have to battle the crowds to see them. Occupying huge pits in the earth, the churches look as if theyve been dropped from the sky.