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Harar and Eastern Ethiopia

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The tour to Harar and Eastern Ethiopia will take you through the savannah to reach Awash National Park, where you can easily spot wildlife and nature, and continue to Dire Dawa, important link to Djibouti in other times and current industrial centre with several markets.�TThe old railway station is the meeting point of this colourful city, surrounded by merchants, camels, donkeys and spiritual people. Finally, the journey ends up in Harar, a major commercial centre that has served as a link to the rest of the country and the Horn of Africa for centuries.
  • 4 - 5 Days
  • 10 hr 7 min (516.4 km)
  • Harar, Ethiopia
  • Destination:Addis Abeba
  • Included:
    • Accommodation in 3/4* hotels (double/twin room basis) with breakfast included
    • Fuel expenses and daily allowance of drivers
    • Local English speaking guides (per diem and flight expenses included)
    • Government taxes
    • Ground transportation using 4x4
    • minibus or Coaster bus (depending on number of pax)
    • Domestic flights with Ethiopian Airlines in economic class
    • All entrance fees to the attractions included in the program
    • Service charge
  • Excluded:
    • Visa fee
    • International flights
    • Meals (lunch and dinner) and beverages
    • Travel insurance
    • Photo or video fees
    • International flights
    • Any other personal expenses during the trip
    • Tips to drivers and/or guides (at your discretion)

The old walled city, known as Harar Jugol, is included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO due to its recognition as a cultural heritage. In this enclosure, you can also find Arthur Rimbauds house during his stay in the 19th century. Sneaking around Harars streets will take you to medieval times and being surrounded by its colourful native clothes will definitely make you feel cheerful. End up your tour with a visit to the hyena-man, a peculiar spectacle that takes place every night by the city wall.


- Awash National Park falls and fauna

- Dire Dawa's train station

- Sneak around Harar's hallways

- Feeding hyenas in Harar