Journey to the Roof of Africa gives one an ample opportunity to discover and enjoy many of Ethiopia’s cultural heritage and its exotic, beautiful and picturesque landscapes. Prehistoric (B.C) monolithic moments of Axum, 4th century Coptic churches, 12th century monasteries on Lake Tana, 11th Century rock hewn churches of Lalibella, 17th Century Castles at Gonder, the gorgeous Nile falls and breathtaking Semien Mountains are among the warders you will see. In contrast with the old the new faces of our towns on the route will truly astound you and take you back and forth in time.
This represents the national history of the country with its archaeological findings and collections of fossils, where the skeleton of “Lucy” dating back to 3.2 million years is found.
It is the largest open-air market in Africa. Here you will be presented with a confusing, but fascinating; glimpse of the vast range of goods and arte facts available from all parts of the country and enjoy the Ethiopian trade exchange tradition in the open air.
It is the highest pick in Addis with an altitude of 3200 meters, which was the site for the first palace of Emperor Menelik-II, the founder of Addis Ababa. Here there is St. Mary church, where Emperor Menelik crowned Emperor in it and you will admire the par anomic view of the city with its surrounding forests with its breath taking air.