Axum entrance fees

Dawit Tesfay of Covenant Tours writes: The entrance fee for the Archaeological Sites in and around Axum has increased from 100 birr to 300 birr (around US$10.50 at the Dec 2018 exchange rate). The fee still covers all secular sites in the immediate vicinity of Axum and is valid for three days. The separate entrance … Continue reading Axum entrance fees

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Detailed Feb 2018 trip report (north & southwest)

Simon writes: Addis Ababa:- With all the tensions in the country, avoid getting into a political conversation with anyone. E Visa:- Use only official website evisa.gov.et.  However it does not seem to speed things up that much compared with 'Visa on Arrival'.  Don't rely on the ATM's to work, change some cash at the bank … Continue reading Detailed Feb 2018 trip report (north & southwest)

Axum to Gondar/Debark via Shire Inda Selassie

Roland writes: I am travelling through Ethiopia individually and am very happy with the Bradt guide. My trip would have been impossible without it. So, thank you and well done! There is a small update I would like to inform you about. I chose to go from Axum to Debark (or Gondar) via Shire (Inda … Continue reading Axum to Gondar/Debark via Shire Inda Selassie

September 2016 trip report

Georgie writes: Having just come back from a great trip to Ethiopia using the 7th Edition of your guide, we thought that we would let you know about some of the things that have changed there. I’ll use the page numbers of the 7th edition in my comments below:   Lalibela: Restaurants: Ben Abeba – absolutely stunning location, excellent … Continue reading September 2016 trip report