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 MARVELOUS  ETHIOPIA  TOUR

The name Marvelous Ethiopia Tour is given by Eyassu Dagnew

(who is the owner of the company)  driving the word ‘MARVELOUS’ from the attractions which are:

  • Fabulous and scenic beauties
  • Spectacular nature and breathtaking scenery
  • Picturesque villages
  • World heritage sites
  • Places of unbelievable natural phenomena in the country

And many more which are attractive to pass your holiday here in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa and it is also the second largest country in terms of population in Africa.

Ethiopia is  one of the oldest christian countries in the world; and formerly, the name of Ethiopia was  Abyssinia.

Ethiopia has more than 80 ethnic groups and about 200 dialects; each ethnic group has their own culture.

Ethiopia has its own calendar and its own alphabetical letters.

                      

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Marvelous Ethiopia Tour is a customer-focused company majoring in organizing both luxury and budget safaris with in Ethiopia.

Marvelous Ethiopia Tour offers the best quality services possible to its  clients visiting Ethiopia with reasonable prices

We organize all types of tours throughout the beautiful land of Ethiopia: rich in history, culture, nature and archaeology.

 

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Our goal is to make sure that our clients enjoy our best services with unforgettable memories

Visit the inside of the “Fabled Land” with Marvelous Ethiopia Tour.

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Excursion to Debre Libanos Monastery, Portuguese bridge and Blue Nile Gorge

This is a day trip to visit DebreLibanos Monastery which is an important monastic center for Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity. The monastery was founded by the renowned 13th century mystic St Teklehaimanot.
Here there is a modern church founded during Emperor Haile Sillassie’s reign which is decorated with beautiful religious paintings and window glass works.

After we visit DebreLibanos Monastery, nearby the main road, we will stop and walk to visit the 17th century Portuguese bridge and to see the Jemma River Gorge. The Jemma River is one of the tributaries of the Blue Nile River. In this area, you will also have a chance to see one of Ethiopia’s endemic mammals, the Gelada or bleeding heart baboon.

After this, you will drive directly to the scenic Blue Nile Gorge, which some people
compare it with the Grand Canyon of USA, is part of this trip. Leaving the Gorge, we drive back to Addis Ababa to arrive late in the afternoon.

After this, you will drive directly to the scenic Blue Nile Gorge, which some people compare it with the Grand Canyon of USA, is part of this trip.

Leaving the Gorge, we drive back to Addis Ababa to arrive late in the afternoon.

 

Blue Nile Gorge

DebreLibanos Monastery / modern church

Portuguese bridge


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 Marvelous Ethiopia Tour is a member of the following:

 Ethiopian Tour Operators Association             Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce &

                                                                        Sectoral Associations

                                                                                                                      

                                                                                                     

      

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