The joy of traveling is that it can be enjoyed virtually anywhere in the world. Indeed one of the best recommended countries for all breathtaking scenery, rugged but majestic mountains, exotic flora, fauna ( mainly endemic mammals, birds, plants) and pristine cultural diversity maintained by perpetual history is undoubtedly Ethiopia.
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Ethio Kings Travel and Tours is established in 2016 and has been giving the most quality service in the tourism with great passion to Ethiopia with the utmost respect for the indigenous culture and environment.
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Despite Yemrehanna Kristos being one of Ethiopia’s best-preserved late-Aksumite buildings, few people reward themselves with a visit. And a reward it is. The church is different because it’s built rather than excavated. Seeing the stepped exterior facade, created from alternating wood and stone layers, you’ll understand why so many of Lalibela’s rock-hewn churches look like they do. And knowing that Yemrehanna Kristos may predate Lalibela’s churches by up to 80 years, you have before you a virtual blueprint of greatness. ...Read More
the isolated churches of Lalibela are set high in the mountain of lasta, and is world renowned for its rock-hewn churches sometimes considered one of the eight wonders of the world. It is arguably the one place in Ethiopia that no tourist should miss! Lalibela was the capital of the zegwe Dynasty, which ruled over Ethiopia from the 10th century to the mid 13th century. Rumor has it that the Lalibela Empire was formed because the arc of the covenant in Axum was lost to Lalibela. Lalibela set about gathering the world's greatest craftsman and artisans in order to crave the churches. Even before you visit the churchesRead More
Resembling a massive Greek temple more than a traditional Ethiopian church, Bet Medhane Alem is impressive for its size and majesty. Said to be the largest rock-hewn church in the world, it measures 33.5m by 23.5m and is more than 11.5m high. Some scholars have suggested it may have been a copy in rock of the original St Mary of Zion church in Aksum....Read More
When you think of Lalibela, you're thinking of Bet Giyorgis. Resting off on its own, St George’s Church is Lalibela’s masterpiece. Representing the apogee of the rock-hewn tradition, it's the most visually perfect church of all, a 15m-high three-tiered plinth in the shape of a Greek cross – a perfectly proportioned shape that required no internal pillars. Due to its exceptional preservation, it also lacks the obtrusive roofing seen over the other churches.Read More