Abeba Tours Ethiopia is a fully licensed company operating in Ethiopia, with headquarters in Addis Ababa. We are registered with the Ethiopian Ministry of Tourism & Culture. We bring over 15 combined years of professional and personal travel experience to ensure our guests are satisfied during their entire stay. We specialize in providing customized tour service and itineraries to all of our guests, working with each of our clients to tailor trips to match specific interests. We are truly dedicated to providing quality service and expert knowledge to our clients, from the initial point of through the end of their stay and often long after they have returned to their home country. We take great pride and responsibility in ensuring a memorable experience in our amazing country. The smiling faces and gracious appreciations from our guests are assurance of our success. Join us and discover the richness of Ethiopia’s tradition.
The National Museum of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa houses the fossilized remains of early hominids including those of Lucy, one of the oldest and most complete fossils of an early human ever found. The four floors of the museum are also home to a large selection of artistic treasures ranging from the 14th to the 20th centuries, items from Ethiopian royal history, and other artifacts like secular arts and crafts, tools, and utensils.
Mount Entoto is the highest peak overlooking Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. Atop the mount sit the Entoto Maryam Church, Menelik II Museum, and the first palace of Menelik II. Entoto Maryam Church is painted in the colors of the Ethiopian flag, and was built by Emperor Menelik II and Empress Taitu as a tribute to the Virgin Mary. Note that visitors may not be granted entry inside of the church. The Menelik II museum houses the personal belongings of the Emperor Menelik II and Empress Taitu, including clothing, crowns, accessories and jewelry, as well as furniture, artifacts, and photographs. Photography is not permitted inside of the museum. Menelik II’s first palace also sits atop Mount Entoto. Made of simple materials such as mud and wood, the humble but stately first palace was built to overlook the city of Addis Ababa for a better view to fend off enemies.
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