Ethiopia is a beautiful, diverse and exciting country - we'd love to share it with you.
With 116 meters below sea level, Dallol in northeast Ethiopia is one of the lowest places on earth. Minerals transported from the interior of the earth to the surface by hot springs and subsequent process of oxidization create constantly changing dream-like colorful landscape.
Located in the Ethiopian Rift Valley in northeast Ethiopia, the Erta Ale volcano is the oldest semi-permanent lava lake in the world. Travelling to Erta Ale involves driving on rough road, hiking for 3 hours and staying in a basic camping ground.
The old City of Harar in eastern Ethiopia claims to be the fourth oldest Muslim city in the world. Its colorful markets and distinct houses are among its attractions. The hyena-show where wild hyenas are fed from human hand is unique to Harar.