Ethiopia's landscape impresses in both scale and beauty. Travellers are thrilled by the amazing backdrop of canyons, chasms, lakes, savannah plains and high plateaus.
Lake Tana's beauty can only be truly appreciated when you get out beyond the city and see its azure waters lapping on lush shores, islands dotting its distant horizon and squadrons of pelicans flirting with its surface. There's also some artificial beauty in the form of centuries-old monasteries full of paintings and treasures.
Tis Isat known as Blue Nile Falls near the Tis Abay town "Smoky Water", a waterfall on the Blue Nile river in Ethiopia. Situated about 30 km downstream from the town of Bahir Dar and the Lake Tana. Blue Nile Falls are considered one of Ethiopia's best known tourist attraction.
Omo National Park is arguably the most remote park in Ethiopia and travelling here can be incredibly tough - but never less than fascinating. Because there is virtually no tourist infrastructure within the park, you will need to be totally self-sufficient with your own food, drinks, camping gear and a guide.
The Mursi tribe of Ethiopia lives within the boundaries of Mago National Park in one of the most remote regions of the country. As is true with other Ethiopian tribes, the Mursi live difficult and often dangerous lives. But as learned, they also know how to enjoy themselves.