Tourists from the U.K., Israel, Spain, Turkey, Poland, Belgium and Canada speak about their experience in Ethiopia.
8 Nov 2016
What Tourists are Saying About Ethiopia
The Ethio-Djibouti railway service, Africa's first electric railway, has been launched, setting a new standard for railway journeys in Africa. Africa's first electric railway
5 Oct 2016
Ethio-Djibouti railway service launched
PM Hailemariam launched Ethiopia's new tourism brand urging the Ethiopian Tourism Transformation Council to work in partnership with the private sector to “maximize the country’s resources” and "make the nation one of the best tourist destinations in the world”
14 Jul 2016
Ethiopia ’s new tourism brand :”Land of origins ” Launched
'Simien Lodge, the highest hotel in Africa at 3260 meters altitude in the Simien Mountain National Park in Ethiopia, has just been awarded the Silver prize in the African Responsible Tourism Awards for their work supporting the community in the Simien Mountains.
8 Apr 2016
Simien Lodge wins Silver prize at the African Responsible Tourism Awards
10 Mar 2015
Welcome to Ethiopia
Ethiopia’s presentation at the 114th Session of the International Coffee Council held in London from 2nd – 6th March 2015, showcasing Ethiopia’s major tourist destinations, hotel facilities, the different modes of transport available and the nightlife in Addis.
20 Jan 2015
New business visa regulations became effective as of 19th January 2015. Applicants are advised to allow at least 2 weeks before the date of travel.
7 Nov 2014
Ethiopia celebrated in World Travel Market week
Ethiopia participated in the World Travel Market (WTM) exhibition in London from 3rd – 6th November, 2014. A cultural event composed of a public lecture, cultural music show and photo exhibition took place at the Royal Geographic Society.
29 Oct 2014
Join us in Celebration of Ethiopian Culture
Ethiopia will celebrate World Travel Market week with an event on the ancient Aksumite civilisation at the Royal Geographical Society (IBG) by Professor David Phillipson, who was the first professor of African archaeology at Cambridge University. There will also be an exhibition by photographer, Chris Roche.