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Destination:
Ethiopia
This is a trip to a very special area. The Danakil Depression is the meeting place for three tectonic plates on the Horn of Africa geological depression with volcanic salty desert ... morelandscapes. It is one of the hottest places on earth, and it is also one of the lowest parts of the earth. A truly different experience!
Day 01- Addis Ababa-Awash In the direction of the Eastern part of Ethiopia. We pass through Nazaret/Adama, the capital region of Oromia. We see from far Mont Fentale, a dormant volcano ... morewith 2007M in height. This park is one of the most important in Ethiopia. The Awash River passes through a spectacular gorge. The park is home to 392 species of birds and many mammals are living there, including the Oryx, Gazelles and Antelopes. Warthogs are common sightings on this drive. Awash is the longest river in Ethiopia, one that has long been exploited for centuries and empties into Lake Abbe on the border with Djibouti. The day is dedicated to visit the park and its surroundings.

Overnight Hotel-Awash

Day 02- Hot springs
Before heading to Assaïta a city in the region of Afar we will visit the hot springs on the way. In striking contrast to the dry climate that affects the rest of the area, the hot springs of Filwoha meaning “Hot Water” in Amharic appear like a heavenly oasis. The turquoise water of the natural swimming pools at 38 ° C, if it does not refresh the Afar herds.

Overnight Camping/Hotel(Optional)-Assaita

Day 03-Afar triangle

Continue to Lake Asaleand Lake Afdera, which is the salt Lake from which the pastoral Afar extract salts, an important deposit, some of which reach two kilometres thick. These few salty lakes led to the creation of one of the most hostile environments on the planet.

Overnight Camping-Afdera

Day 04-The Erta Ale Volcano

A moderate hike after dark to reach the summit crater and observe the eruption in progress, which boasts one of the world's continuously active lava lakes. Located in the heart of the great African Rift Valley, the Erta Ale Volcano is an exceptional site despite difficulty to access it. Indeed, it lies in the middle of an inhospitable desert: the Danakil, amid a surreal landscape of fissures, faults, and a boiling lake of lava. The Danakil Depression is hostile desert and named the cruellest place on earth. The peak of the volcano is occupied by a large oval caldera 1.8KM length, filled with many recent basaltic flows.

Overnight Camping-Erta Ale

Day 05-Erta Ale Ahmedila

Departure to the Dallol volcano to visit the colourful and crystallized spot, the ghost village abandoned in the 1940’s, when the potash mine exploitation came to an end. In the afternoon, we would explore numerous and staggering canons which cut the western extreme of Dallol.

Overnight Camping-Ahmedila

Day 06-Ahmedila – Dallol – Mekelle

Dallol is found in the Danakil Depression close to the Eritrean border. Situated 100KM undersea level in the middle of desert of salt, it is one of the hottest regions on Earth. The temperature, more than 50⁰C, under tree shade. This important volcanic zone is characterized by emissions of fume roles. This hot water moves up toward the surface and through the evaporate deposits, dissolving salt, potash and other soluble minerals. As a least visited place, the site is still intact. Drive to Mekelle.

Overnight Hotel-Mekelle

Day 07- Mekelle
Visit the fresh and clean Mekelle the capital city of Tigriyan people yet to discover the castle of King Yohannes IV, notable land marks include the churches Enda Gabir, Enda Yesus Mekelle Bete Mengist, Mekelle Iyesus, Mekelle Maryam, Mekelle Selassie, and Mekelle Tekle Haymanot.

Overnight Hotel-Mekelle

Day 08- Kombolcha

Drive to Kombolcha on the way visit Amhara people culture, magnificent views of Haik Estifanos monastery which womens are forbidden to enter.

Overnight Hotel-Kombolcha

Day 09
Drive back to the capital city Addis Ababa; get a little rest at Hotel. In the evening a welfare dinner held in the magnificent Traditional Restaurant of the city and after a pleasant drop down to Airport.

Included

Airport Transportation in Ethiopia-Locally

Ground transfers

Nights hotel accommodation

Entrance Fee of the sites

Meals (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner): full board

Services of different languages speaking skilled and experienced guide

Drinking water 1.5 litres per person per day

Vehicles

Not included

Personal and baggage insurance

Luggage handling in the airport

Visas

Beverages/Drinks

Tips or Gratitude

Optional activities

Laundry, Personal Toiletries and items of a personal nature
Destination:
Ethiopia
Day1: Mekelle – Volcano We drive from Mekelle to – Dodom. We start early drive to Dodom (at the base of Erta Ale). Leave after an early breakfast, possible at 02:30. This is may be ... moreone of the worst roads in the world. The 70 km distance may take about 5 hrs passing through changing landscape of solidified lava, rock, sand and occasional palm lined oasis. After you pass several small hamlets scattered here and there in this desert land, Dodom is about 9.5km from ErtaAle and it takes about 3 hrs trekking. Early dinner around 17:00 and trek up to ErtaAle at 20:00 hours. Camels transport all the camping materials and some food (sleeping materials like light mattresses and mat and water) to the rim of the volcano, where we spend the night watching the dramatic action of the boiling lava. ErtaAle ranks one of the most alluring and physically challenging natural attractions anywhere in Ethiopia. It is a shield volcano with a base diameter of 30 km and 1km square caldera at its summit. ErtaAle contains the world’s only permanent lava lake. ErtaAle is 613 meters, with a lava lake, one of only five in the world, at the summit. It is notable for being the longest existing lava lake, present since the early years of the twentieth century. O/n camping on the mountain

Day 2 ErtaAle-Hamad -Ela

Waking up early for sunrise and visit north crater, Descend from ErtaAle around 7:00am ErtaAle -Dodom Leave back to Dodom you will reach latest at 09:300 am at the camp , after breakfast time to relax. At 10:30 drive to HamadEla 100km, picnic lunch on the way on shed of palm tree, reach HamadEla 04:30, better village with a total population about 500 people. You will see lots of camel caravans and you will have the sun set look from the very shallow salt lake Assale. Overnight camping at HamadEla. 

Day 3 HamadEla- Dallol- Mekelle
Morning tour Drive to Ragad (Asebo), the place where the
localities are mining salt. 1,200 km2 (460 sq mi) the Afar Depression is covered by salt, and you will Look the activity of breaking the salt from the ground, local people are cutting in to rectangular pieces and loading on camels. You drive ahead to Dallol and visit the difference landscape formed by volcanic activity; Dallol + Lake Assale + salt canon, camel caravans, follow up camel caravans and Drive back to HamadEla for lunch and proceed to Mekele. 

Our price is with muxmum group of 12 pax only;

Price includes:

Transport with a latest model Toyota 4WD land cruisers with an experienced English speaking driver/guide throughout the tour

all fuel expenses and drivers allowances

All needed Entrance fees and licenses

Accommodation and all meals throughout the tour

Non-Alcoholic Beverages with meals and plenty bottles of water

Local guide service for the Afar region -Cooking, camping equipment

Experienced cook throughout the whole tour

Price doesn´t include 

-Tips for guides

-souvenirs from the Afar people

-personal insurance

What do you need?

-Light (walking in the night)

-Small backpack for the trek to the top of the volcano

-Closed, comfortable shoes (trekking shoes)

-Sun protection like sun cream, hat

-Jacket for the night on the volcano

-Sleeping bag, pillow or blanket (can also be provided by the agency for free
Destination:
Ethiopia
The Danakil Depression is is one of the most inhospitable regions of the world, but is nonetheless spectacular, full of eye-catching colors, as in the sulphur springs.
OPTION 1 Day 1 Mekele – Hamede Ela Drive to Hamedela via Berhale. The Danakil Depression can be said to ‘begin’ here. It is one of the most inhospitable regions of the world, but is ... morenonetheless spectacular, full of eye-catching colors, as in the sulphur springs. The desert has several points lying more than 100 meters (328 ft) below sea level; You pass through a small town of Berhale where the camel caravan stop before they proceed to the northern highlands. En route you see many long camel caravans coming to the salt mine and others going out of the Danakil with their salt loaded camels.(3-4 hrs drive) Camp Hamedela. After drive to reach Hamad Ela, better village with a total population about 500 people. Sun set at Dallol. Over night camping at Hamed Ela.

Day 2 Morning tour Drive to Ragad (Asebo), the place where the localities are mining salt. Look the activity of breaking the salt from the ground, cutting in to rectangular pieces and loading on camels. You drive ahead to Dallol and visit the difference landscape formed by volcanic activity, Dallol + Lake Assal + camel caravans. Excursion to Dallol (116 meter below sea level, one of the lowest places in the world) colorful salts mining, visit Lake Assal, follow up camel caravans and walk with the Afar people. Drive back to Hamedela and proceed to Mekele.

OPTION 2
Day 1 Mekele to Dodom Via Abaala. We start early drive to Dodom (at the base of Erta Ale). Leave after an early breakfast, possible at 06:30. This is may be one of the worst road in the world. The 80 km distance may take about 6 hrs passing through changing landscape of solidified lava,rock, sand and occasional palm lined oasis. After you pass several small hamlets scattered here and there in this desert land, Dodom is about 17km from Erta Ale and it takes about 3 hrs trekking. Early dinner around 17:00 and trek up to Ertale at 20:00 hours. Camels transport all the camping materials and some food (sleeping materials
like light mattresses and mat and water) to the rim of the volcano, where we spend the night watching the dramatic action of the boiling lava. Erta Ale ranks one of the most alluring and physically challenging natural attractions anywhere in Ethiopia. It is a shield volcano with a base diameter of 30 km and 1km square caldera at its summit. Erta Ale contains the world’s only permanent lava lake. Overnight on the top of the mountain. Erta Ale is 613 meters, with a
lava lake, one of only five in the world, at the summit. It is notable for being the longest existing lava lake, present since the early years of the twentieth century. over night at the rim of the Volacano.

Day 2 Early Morning sun rise at the northern one corresponds to the main pit crater and walk 5 minutes for the southern and central pits could either corresponds to an ancient pit, or to a simple collapse structure. The main pit-crater, 200 m deep and 350 m across, is sub circular and three storied. The smaller southern pit is 65 m wide and about 100 m deep. Descend from Erta Ale around 9 am Dodom – Leave back to Dodom after an early breakfast, if possible at 07:00.
You will reach latest at 10:30 am at the camp, time to relax. After drive to reach Eript, better village with a total population about 500 people. Drive to Erbiti and proceed to Mekele.
Destination:
Ethiopia
Danakil is the deepest part of Ethiopia at 116 km below sea level. It stretches between the Red Sea and the foothills of the eastern slopes of Ethiopian plateau. The depression has ... moremarvelous pattern of volcanoes, its activity greatly contributing to the formation of the present Rift Valley system. The whole part of this natural wonder is inhabited by the Afar people, nomadic shepherds carrying salt in their caravans up to the Ethiopian Highlands.
Day 1 Start of your tour into the DANAKIL to ERTA ALE, the famous volcano with it’s bubbling lava lake and the rare possibility of experiencing the nomadic tribe living in this desert- ... morethe AFAR people, survivors and warriors in the hottest and one of the lowest places on earth! Today we drive from Mekele to LAKE AFDERA. The Danakil Depression can be said to ‘begin’ here. It is one of the most spectacular and also absolutely inhospitable regions of the world! Today it is a 4 hours drive on an asphalt road (220km), with a few stops for instance having a coffee with the locals and lunch, prepared by our own cook. The landscape starts to become more and more drier and less and less inhabited; we will be passing the odd local on the way, but not many people are to be seen. We reach the local village Afdera, a 15 min walk from the Lake Afdera, around 4:30pm, have a stop there to explore it and yet another coffee or coke with the inhabitants. After that we continue our journey to the ending point of today: Lake Afdera, where is also our campsite. Meanwhile the sun is setting we go for a swim, floating on the surface of the saltlake and enjoying the nearby hot springs, experiencing an incredible view. Dinner and a campfire before falling asleep right underneath a starful nightly sky with thousands and thousands of stars will brightening up your dreams.

Day 2
Todays aim is first DODOM (‘tree planting’) -the base of the ERTA ALE volcano and later, at night, Erta Ale itself. After a breakfast at 10am at the lake, it is a 70 km drive on sandy ground and over cold lava rocks. On the way we visit the salt miners which are local Afar people. They pump salt water over the surface and let it evaporate to create a salt crust. Lunch will be served in Dodom village, surrounded by many local people. Here we also have to show our permission to climb ERTA ALE (‘the smoking mountain’), get the needed camels for transporting the goods, more scouts.. Dinner time is already at 5-ish since we have to start trekking up to the volcano around 6-7pm. Dodom is approximately 8.5km away from Erta Ale and this stretch will take about 3 hours of trekking. Camels transport all the camping materials and some food to the rim of the volcano, where we spend the night watching the dramatic actions of the boiling lava. The Volcano is 613 meters high, the lava lake contains actually 2 caters, one of them, the northern one, is inactive with no Magma. It is notable for being the longest existing lava lake on this planet. Erta Ale ranks one of the most alluring and physically challenging natural attractions anywhere in Ethiopia, it is a shield volcano with a base diameter of 30 km and 1km square caldera at its summit. The volcano contains the world’s only permanent lava lake. We set our camp a little bit away from the rim, on the other side of the wind so we wont have to inhale the toxic gases. After enjoying this great, special, sometimes smelly, sometimes loud and hot experience we overnight in our camp, again with a brilliantly shining night sky.

Day 3
Erta Ale- Dodom-Hamed Ela, from here we descend around early morning in the direction Dodom, which we will reach after 2hours. Here breakfast will be served and you have some time to relax. We start our drive to HAMED ALE, our next destination= 100 km/7 hours Lunch is served en route, we reach Hamed Ale around 4:30pm, a bigger village with a total population about 500. LAKE ASALE (lake ‘Red Mountain’) a huge salt lake-is in walking distance, where we take a deep breath and a wine or beer for sunset, taking in the many reflections. Our tonight camp is in Hamed Ela.

Day 4
Hamed Ela- Dallol- Mekele Again

You get served an early breakfast at 6:00, around 7:00 will start driving the short distance (approx 30 min) to Dallol (‘a colorful place’) via Asebo (‘the salt desert’), where- you can guess it- they mine salt. btw: 1,200 km2 of the Afar Depression is covered by salt. You can watch the workers breaking the salt from the ground, cutting it into rectangular pieces and loading it onto camels. The caravans start from here. This is also the lowest point of the Danakil – 116 meters! We continue driving ahead to Dallol and stroll through the different landscapes formed by volcanic activities. Incredible, moon-like, colorful creations of the sulfur and huge salt mountains are to be found here. From here we proceed to Mekele (180 km, around 4 hours), leaving the lowland and make our way up (Mekele is situated at 2100m!), having wonderful mountains on our side, reaching civilization around 4:00.

Our price is with maximum group of 12 pax only 

Price Includes:

Transport with a latest model Toyota 4WD land cruisers

An experienced English speaking driver/guide throughout the tour

All fuel expenses and drivers allowances

3 meals per day

All needed Entrance fees and licenses

Accommodation and all meals throughout the tour

Plenty bottles of water and coffee or tea with meals

Local guide service for the Afar region -Cooking, camping equipment

Experienced cook throughout the whole tour 

Price does not include 

Tips for guides

souvenirs from the Afar people

personal insurance

What do you need?

Light (walking in the night)

Small backpack for the trek to the top of the volcano

Closed, comfortable shoes (trekking shoes)

Sun protection like sun cream, hat

Jacket for the night on the volcano

Sleeping bag, pillow or blanket (can also be provided by the agency for free
Destination:
Ethiopia
Day 1 Mekele – Hamede Ela Drive to Hamedela via Berhale The Danakil Depression can be said to ‘begin’ here. It is one of the most inhospitable regions of the world, but is nonetheless ... morespectacular, full of eye-catching colors, as in the sulphur springs. The desert has several points lying more than 100 meters (328 ft) below sea level; You pass through a small town of Berhale where the camel caravan stop before they proceed to the northern highlands. En route you see many long camel caravans coming to the salt mine and others going out of the Danakil with their salt loaded camels.(3-4 hrs drive) Camp Hamedela. After drive to reach Hamad Ela, better village with a total population about 500 people. Sun set at Dallol. Over night camping at Hamed Ela.

Day 2
Morning tour Drive to Ragad (Asebo), the place where the localities are mining salt. Look the activity of breaking the salt from the ground, cutting in to rectangular pieces and loading on camels. You drive ahead to Dallol and visit the difference landscape formed by volcanic activity, Dallol + Lake Assal + camel caravans. Excursion to Dallol (116 meter below sea level, one of the lowest places in the world) colorful salts mining, visit Lake Assal, follow up camel caravans and walk with the Afar people. Drive back to Hamedela and proceed to Mekele. 

Option 2
Day 1 Mekele to Dodom Via Abaala
We start early drive to Dodom (at the base of Erta Ale). Leave after an early breakfast, possible at 06:30. This is may be one of the worst road in the world. The 80 km distance may take about 6 hrs passing through changing landscape of solidified lava,rock, sand and occasional palm lined oasis. After you pass several small hamlets scattered here and there in this desert land, Dodom is about 17km from Erta Ale and it takes about 3 hrs trekking. Early dinner around 17:00 and trek up to Ertale at 20:00 hours. Camels transport all the camping materials and some food (sleeping materials like light mattresses and mat and water) to the rim of the volcano, where we spend the night watching the dramatic action of the boiling lava. Erta Ale ranks one of the most alluring and physically challenging natural attractions anywhere in Ethiopia. It is a shield
volcano with a base diameter of 30 km and 1km square caldera at its summit. Erta Ale contains the world’s only permanent lava lake.

Overnight on the top of the mountain. Erta Ale is 613 meters, with a lava lake, one of only five in the world, at the summit. It is notable for being the longest existing lava lake, present since the early years of the twentieth century. over night at the rim of the Volacano.

Day2
Early Morning sun rise at the northern one corresponds to the main pit crater and walk 5 minutes for the southern and central pits could either corresponds to an ancient pit, or to a simple collapse structure. The main pit-crater, 200 m deep and 350 m across, is sub circular and three storied. The smaller southern pit is 65 m wide and about 100 m deep. Descend from Erta Ale around 9 am Dodom – Leave back to Dodom after an early breakfast, if possible at 07:00.
You will reach latest at 10:30 am at the camp, time to relax. After drive to reach Eript, better village with a total population about 500 people. Drive to Erbiti and proceed to Mekele.



The price depends on the group you will join:

Price includes:

Transport with a latest model Toyota 4WD land cruisers with an experienced English speaking driver/guide throughout the tour

all fuel expenses and drivers allowances

All needed Entrance fees and licenses

Accommodation and all meals throughout the tour

Non-Alcoholic Beverages with meals and plenty bottles of water

Local guide service for the Afar region -Cooking, camping equipment

Experienced cook throughout the whole tour
Destination:
Ethiopia
This place is the hottest place on earth average temperature of 30 – 50 degree Celsius it is 120 meter below sea level this makes Afar (dalol) the lowest land depression on earth after ... morethe dead sea, Afar is also a place where the early mankind is been live the 3.18 million years Lucy (Denkenesh) fossil founded in the area called Hadar also the 4.5 million years Ardi fossil founded in this area.
When you watch this desert you feel like you are out of earth due to the unique things you are going to see such as :- The DALOL land escapes, this place is very spectrum land escape ... moremulti colored hot springs and bizarre formations the colors change time to time;

The ERTA- ALE volcano it is one of the most active volcano on this planet ,you can look down in the 20 meters deep boiling pond bubbling and spitting the lava it is more attractive when you watch at night;

Lake ASAL is one of the unique salt lake it’s surrounding is vast number of salt plains which look like real rock this lake is 900km2 which is found on Ethiopia and Djibouti border ;

The last but not least is watching an endless Caravans who loaded the salt stone from nearby Afdera salt lake this lake is covered by brick salt people of Afar and Tigry cut out from the lake and load to their camels

Itinerary

1.Addis Ababa then flight to Mekele

Mini City tour in Addis Ababa then domestic flight to Mekele after arrival you will visit the palace of Emperor yohannes which is now being a museum, O/N in Axum Hotel

2. Mekele- Ahamedela

The adventure tour starts by driving to Ahamadella, on our way we have lunch and stop at some places where you can enjoy a very impressive view, after a walk through the Afar village you eat dinner prepared by our professional chief, overnight camping

3. Ahamedela – Dalol

After breakfast we start our journey to the Dallol Depression, you will visit different places like the colorful salt lakes and thermo active springs of Dallol also the different spectrum landscapes, after lunch travel to Abala, overnight camping

4. Drive to Ert Ale

We drive 260km to reach to the bottom of the volcano then in the evening we start 3 up to 4hours trekking to the top of the volcano with joining different partners, then you will visit the stunning active volcano lake, overnight camping

5. Ert-Ale back to Mekele

After having breakfast drive to Lake Afdera, you will swim in Lake Afrera & take bath in a natural hot springs, after lunch we proceed driving to Mekele, O/N in Axum Hotel

6. Flight from Mekele- Addis Ababa

Watching the rest of Addis then at the night time you will attend our farewell dinner at cultural restaurant then departure.

N.B. depending up on your request this Itinerary can be modify.
Destination:
Ethiopia
A beautiful visit to Hell on Earth. A 10 days trip to explore one the most unhostile yet beautiful places on earth. This is something really different from everything you have explored ... morebefore.
Day 01: Arrival at Bole International Airport. Greeted by IETT guide and driver, transfer to hotel for check-in. City tour of Addis Ababa including the panoramic view point Entoto ... moreMountain,merkato, said to be Africa’s largest market of its kind, and the National Museum (home of Lucy, hominid skeleton dating back 3.2 million years) and the ethnographic museums. In the evening, traditional Ethiopian dinner with cultural music and dance show. Overnight at hotel in Addis Ababa.

Day 02: Morning start drive 230km South of Addis Ababa in the rift valley pass the Town Debre Zeith creator Lake and Nazareth town to visit Awash Park with its volcano landscapes and savannah grassland habitat for a variety of bird species. Arrive and check in Late afternoon we explore the Awash National park which is home to mammals such as Oryx, Lesser Kudu, Hammadryas Baboon and Olive Baboon, Vervet Monkey, Salt? fs Dick-dick and more.
Overnight at Hotel in in Awash town or lodge in Awash national park.

Day 04: Drive to Afdera. Morning after breakfast start drive after passing the town and cross the Awash River bridge outside the town we get to the junction where the road forks, straight ahead for Dire Dawa and Harar, and left for Djibouti and the Red Sea. This day we wonder the Rift valley scenery and Afar people and their village. Have lunch at Samara, process our entrance permission and also from here we will have two Police men and one road guide accompany us for the Afar depression continue to Afdera. Overnight camping at side of Lake Afdera or hotel.

Day 05: Drive to kusrewad here where we arrange the camel to ascend our logistics and for those who wish to ride, Local militia and rock guide apart from those who already with us. Late afternoon start walking to Erta ?eale. Around 5 pm 3 hours trek climb to Erta Ale volcano and overnight on the top of the mountain. Erta Ale is 613 meters tall, with a lava lake, one of only five in the world, at the summit. It is notable for being the longest existing lava lake, present since the early years of the twentieth century. Overnight on the Summit.

Day 06: Drive to Hammed Ela. Around 9 AM we will be at foot base of the volcanic mountain where our cook and cars camp have our breakfast and drive to Hammed Ela via Kusrewad. This day drive will be the most challenging drive of all day which may be happen to stuck in the Sand and inhospitable weather, we should keep rehydrate to you manage the driving. Arrive Hammed Ela overnight camping at Hammed Ela.

Day 07: Dallol Salphur spring, Lake Assale Salt Bar and camel caravans. Excursion to Dallol (116 meter below sea level, one of the lowest places in the world) colorful salts mining, visit Lake Assale, follow up camel?fs caravans and walk with the Afar and people from highland. The traditional way of extracting Salt bar, which once used as local currency, packing on the Camel. You?fll see how they prepare their traditional bread, how they travel, communicate & more. It is another unique experience. Back to Hamed Ela. Camping.

Day 08: Hammed Ela – Mekele. Drive to Mekele via the town of Berhale in the River bed Ascend all way to the Tigrian highland with the camel caravans and stop for photo over the depression. Overnight in Mekelle.

Day 09: Drive to Kombolcha through beautiful mountain scenery via Alamata-Kobbo on the way visit the Agaw and Amhara people at their village. Stop at Hayk to Island Monastery and then proceed to Kombolcha for overnight.

Day 10: Returning to Addis through Kemise and Senbete the local towns where Amhara, Oromo and Afar people get together on market days. We will also explore the underground tunnels of the Debresina Mountains and stop at Tarmaber view point to locate the endemic Ankober Serin, Brown-rumped Seedeater, Stripe-breasted Seedeater and Yellow-crowned Canary and the Endemic Gelada Baboon.
In the evening/afternoon, farewell party with cultural dinner and traditional special buffet and local drinks to experience Ethiopia’s cultural meals and drinks. After farewell party transfer to Bole international airport for international departure.
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