- Awasa - Wikipedia
Awasa (Amharic: አዋሳ, also spelled Awassa or Hawassa) is a city in Ethiopia, on the shores of Lake Awasa in the Great Rift Valley It is located 273 km south of Addis Ababa via Bishoftu, 130 km east of Sodo, and 75 km north of Dilla The town serves as the capital of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region, and is a special zone of this region
- 2-Day trips from Addis Ababa | Abeba Tours Ethiopia
Awassa Day 1 Depart south from Addis Ababa via Butajira On the way you will visit the archeological sites of Tiya (ancient stelae field and UNESCO World Heritage Site), Adadi Maryam (a rock-hewn church similar to those in Lalibela) and Melka Kunture (pre-historic tool-making site)
- Ethiopia Attractions, Historical Places, Parks, Wildlife . . .
Map of Ethiopia showing top attractions and places to visit - Best Places to Visit, National Park, Top Attractions, Top Travel Destination Cities, Wildlife Reserve, Wildlife Sanctuary, World Heritage Sites,
- Ethiopia Travel: 7 reason you must backpack . . .
April 19, 2016 by Val Bowden Last updated on May 11th, 2018 at 06:13 pm It’s no secret that I’m in love with Ethiopia travel Maybe it’s because it was my first African country I ever visited Or because I’ve been living here ever since I finished my big backpacking route across Africa Or perhaps it’s simply because my husband is Ethiopian so I kind of have to like it
- Ethiopia: Birding with a Camera (BwC)
This is a Birding with a Camera Tour (BwC) We try to balance seeing as many birds as possible while also trying to take great photos of them We still target endemics and other specialties
- Ethiopia: Birding with Wolves
This is a Birding Tour It is designed to see as many birds as possible, while spending extra time on endemics and other target species Photography is welcome as long as it doesn’t interfere with the birding, and many birds in Ethiopia are quite easy to photograph
- Tourism | The Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic . . .
Natural Attractions Ethiopia is a land of natural contrasts, from the tops of the rugged Simien Mountains to the depths of the Danakil Depression, at 120 meters below sea level one of the lowest dry land points on earth