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When you arrive in Ethiopia it is far too easy to assume that there are no attractions for you to see but the city is rich in culture. Consider a few of these for your stay.
The Lake Chamo ‘crocodile market’ is not exactly as it sounds. You cannot buy a crocodile but you can see them enjoying the sun on the lake’s banks. While there why not take a trip on the lake? You get to see the crocodiles close up and the lake is also home to a hippo or two. Another lake that is worth the trip is Lake Tana. Traditional papyrus fishing boats cruise on the lake and there are thatched monasteries on the lake’s islands. The lake is also the source of the Blue Nile.
The monasteries at Tigray are a popular tourist attraction. These are carved into the cliffs and show that in some areas life has not changed for centuries. Some of the monasteries can only be reached by a series of ropes and ladders.
Why not hire a car in Addis Ababa and explore a few of the city’s attractions? The city sits more than 8000ft above sea level and while it is a sprawling city, it is still a place where the sheep are herded across the road. It is home to several museums including the National Museum and a trip to St George’s Cathedral is a good idea for those who are interested in the religious history of the city. Car rental makes it easier to get around the city and to see all the attractions at your own pace.
The city of Harar has been given UNESCO World Heritage Site status and when you visit here you might feel as though you have gone back in time. Traditions such as the hyena feeding ritual are still alive and well and you can spend some time exploring the alleyways of the city.
You can continue this historical theme for your tour and visit Aksum. It is considered to have been the home of the Queen of Sheba and people now believe that it is the final resting place of the Ark of the Covenant. Visitors are able to have a peek across the wall of the St Mary of Zion Church Complex to see the chapel building which is now reported to be the home of the Ark.
Traditional tribal village life is still strong in Ethiopia and you can experience this for yourself with the Konso people. The villages of Konso, Busso and Machekie are the best places to experience this traditional lifestyle.