Five days travel through the rainforest areas west of Addis Ababa: Jimma, Bonga, Gibe Sheleko park, during the coffee harvest. Western of Addis Abeba the great rainforests begin, where wild coffee was [...]
African vernacular architecture is an inestimable cultural heritage that deserves to be aknowledged! A majority of Africans reside in rural areas and build and live in structures constructed with materials that [...]
The range of terrain and climate make Ethiopia the fourth largest biodiversity zone on earth – with more unique species of flora than any other country in Africa – and a wildlife [...]
A comprehensive guide to Harar and surroundings has been published by Arada Books. Visiting the historic city of Harar – Unesco World Heritage Site – allows one to experience an entire civilization [...]
Discover the top five reasons to visit Ethiopia flying with the new Ethiopian Airlines airbus. Read more on the Telegraph article.
A fusion of the eerie rhythms of ancient Ethiopian tribal music with the soulful undertones of jazz and the funky bounce of Afrobeat, Ethio-jazz had its heyday in the 1950s and 60s [...]
"Before dawn, our guide Sefiwe was waiting for our little group to gather. In the darkness, we joined the flocks of white-robed pilgrims and made our way towards the rock-hewn church of [...]
The ancient walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia is a hard place to forget: the silent maze-like alleys, the scents of the markets, the handsome women carrying intricately woven baskets atop [...]