The equation is pretty simple for tourism in Ethiopia, the more you are prepared to let go of your comforts, the more you will get in return. Ethiopia is a huge country and the infrastructure is still only in its nascent stage which makes it slightly tough to travel in this country. Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world. This country proudly flaunts the rich history that is reflected from the many century old castles and monuments.
Ethiopia, no doubt is a country dearly loved by nature, showering it with attractions never seen before; but it also is a country that is fighting hard to keep the ends meeting. Situated in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is a landlocked country and covers a total area of 1,104,300 km. It is bordered by Sudan to the west, Kenya in the south, Eritrea in north and Somalia in the east. The inside of the country are covered with vast plateaus and high mountain ranges.
Ethiopia is also the home to culturally superior African tribes who simply refuse to let go of their fascinating traditions or let it get diluted by modern thoughts. Seeing their way of life gives you an idea of how life was when it started. The landscape and the natural attractions too don't hold back even a little in mesmerizing the onlooker. The Simien Mountain range which is among the highest mountain ranges in Africa offer stunning views and splendid adventure opportunities.
Addis Ababa is the capital and the largest city of Ethiopia. It is not only important for Ethiopia, but is an important center for Africa in context of international relations as there are more than 120 embassies situated here. The city is able to keep pace with the best in Africa and is quite convenient to travel in. The major attractions of the city are Ethiopian National Museum, Africa Hall and the Parliament Building.
Other worth visiting cities of Ethiopia are Nazret, Bahir Dar and Aksum