Ethiopia flagExplore the depths of the South African History or savour the delicacies of the South African Cuisine. You can browse through the variety of packages handpicked by our travel experts for you. Travel with your family or go on a backpack tour, we have it all covered for you at Flights To Africa-UK. We also provide special packages to Wine lands, Game Reserves and Bustling Townships in Southern Africa – Namibia, Botswana and South Africa.

Ethiopia mapEthiopia's urban communities contain an abundance of energizing attractions and merriments for sightseers to investigate, for example, the one of a kind Meskel True Cross festival in Addis Ababa. In any case, to truly dive into the way of life and history, guests should make a beeline for the wide open to investigate a portion of the many dazzling World Heritage attractions in Ethiopia.

A significant number of these ensured areas contain intimations to unravel Ethiopia's past, yet additionally to enable us to comprehend the historical backdrop of the whole world and our development as an animal categories. So as to make a trip to Ethiopia and find the amazing UNESCO legacy destinations, most remote nationalities require a visa for Ethiopia to enter the nation.


Blue Nile Falls

blue-nile-fallsThe Blue Nile Falls is a waterfall located in the northwest of Ethiopia near the city of Bahir Dar. Referred to in Amharic as Tis Abay (the Great Smoke), it is one of the nation's top characteristic attractions and the most emotional occasion on the Blue Nile's voyage from its source at close-by Lake Tana to its conversion with the White Nile in Khartoum, Sudan. Truly the falls could reach up to 1,300 feet in width yet today, hydroelectric ventures further upstream have shortened a lot of its regular vitality.


Visitors to the Blue Nile Falls can reach the waterfall via two different hiking routes. The first takes you through fertile countryside and down into a gorge spanned by a 17th-century bridge. Built by Portuguese explorers, this bridge is historically important for two reasons — it was the first stone bridge ever built in Ethiopia and the first to cross the Blue Nile. After pausing to admire the structure, which is still in use today, the pathway climbs up again through a series of small hamlets to the main waterfall viewpoints.