Major Sites

BAHIR DAR is located on the southern shores of Lake Tana

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green valley Ethiopia tour and travel LALIBELA is  Best Destination in East Africa for Tourism  Travel  and Tour with Green valley Ethiopia

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green valley Ethiopia tour and travel AXUM is one of the most important

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GONDAR surrounded by the lower hills

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Welcome to Green Valley Tour Ethiopia

Ethiopia is beautiful land of discovery – brilliant and exiting, secretive, mysterious, and extraordinary. Above all things, it is a country of great antiquity, with a culture and traditions dating back more than 3000 years. The traveler in Ethiopia makes a journey through time, transported by beautiful monuments and the ruins of edifices built long centuries ago.Ethiopia truly a land of contrasts and extremes; a land of remote and wild places. Some of the highest and most stunning places on the African continent are found here, such as the jaggedly carved Simien Mountains, one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites - and some of the lowest, such as the hot but fascinating Danakil Depression, with its sulphur fumaroles and lunar-like landscape. Ethiopia is old; old beyond all imaginations. As Ethiopia, its culture and traditions date back over 3,000 years.

And far earlier than that lived "Lucy" or Dinkenesh, meaning 'thou art wonderful', as she is known to the Ethiopians, whose remains were found in a corner of this country of mystery and contrasts. Many people visit Ethiopia - or hope to do so one day - because of the remarkable manner in which ancient historical traditions have been preserved. And, indeed, the ceremonies and rituals of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church open a window on the authentic world of the Old Testament. In no other country is it possible to find your self so dramatically transported back in time or to participate with such freedom in the sacred rituals of an archaic faith. That According to Washington Post’s David Brown put it, “the new research further shows genetic diversity declines readily the farther one’s ancestors traveled from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia”. (1) Lucy, discovered in the Awash Valley of Ethiopia’s Afar region, is considered the world’s second oldest, but most complete, and best preserved adult Australopithecine fossil. Lucy’s species is named Australopithecus afarensis, which means ‘southern ape of Afar’, after the Ethiopian region where the discovery was made. Lucy is estimated to have lived in Ethiopia 3.2 million years ago.