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Ethiopian Christmas Gondar, Lalibela

Genna : January 6-7: Genna (Christmas) falls on December 29 Ethiopian calendars (January 7 Gregorian calendar). Ledet (Christmas) , it is celebrated seriously by a church service that goes on throughout the night after 43 days fasting known as Tsome Gahad (Advent), with a spectacular procession, which begins at 6 AM and lasts until 9 AM.

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Ethiopian Epiphany Gondar, Lalibela

Ethiopian Epiphany -Timket: January 17-19: In January we attend Timkat, the most important festival in the calendar, which celebrates Epiphany. The origin of this feast dates back over 1000 years and is now one of the country's largest festivals and commemorates the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River. The festival typically last for 3 days long and begins on the eve of Timket with a reenactment of the baptism.

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Meskel, Finding of the True Cross: September 26-27: In September we attend the Meskal festival which has been celebrated for over 1600 years. Please note that this departure is 2 days longer than the standard departure with an extra day in Addis Ababa 

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Omo Valley 10 Days Arbaminch,Turmi, Mago, Konso

Experience nature & people in the Omo valley.Visits with Sidama, Dorze, Gamo, Konso, Tsemay, Ari, Bena, Mursi, Bume, Karo, Geleb & Hamar people. Visit atleast Two market days: Key Afer & Dimeka, traditional Karo body-painting & dance event and close, natural interaction with the interesting & friendly people. 

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Classic Ethiopia 9 Days Bahirdar, Gondar,Axum, Lalibela

This comprehensive program showcases the full spectrum of Ethiopia's magnificent natural landscape and intriguing cultural history. Overnight in Addis Ababa before flying to Bahir Dar, the base for exploring the monasteries of Lake Tana and visiting the Blue Nile Falls and Gondar and Lalibela Rock Hewn Churches.

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