Ethiopia & Madagascar: Churches, Mountains & Beaches

Taking you from the religious rock-cut churches in Lalibela to the outstanding Simien Mountains and the pristine beaches of Madagascar’s Nosy Be archipelago, this is a fantastic cultural and wildlife rich journey encompassing two of the most fascinating and unique countries in Africa.

Beginning in Lalibela, you will see the extraordinary rock-cut churches of Lalibela, one of Africa’s most remarkable historical settings. After journeying through the breathtaking vistas of the Simien Mountains in search of endemic wildlife and remote villages, you then head for the old imperial city of Gonder, the 17th century capital of the emperor Fasiladas.

The final leg of the journey then sees you crossing by plane to the island paradise of Nosy Komba, where the climax of the adventure affords a chance to enjoy golden beaches, fresh seafood and an opportunity to swim and snorkel in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean before taking a return flight back to Addis Ababa.

Highlights:

  • Discover the rare and endemic wildlife of the Simien Mountains National Park
  • Relax by the shores of Nosy Komba, known as ‘Lemur Island’
  • Soak up the character and charm of distinctive eco-lodges in spectacular wilderness settings
  • Visit the famous rock churches of Lalibela
  • Stay in one of Nat Geo’s Unqiue Lodges of the World - Tsarakomba

Tour Includes:

  • 5 nights in Eco Lodge, 3 nights mountain lodge, 1 night in 3 star hotel and 1 night 4 star hotel
  • 11 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 5 dinners
  • Private local guide in Lalibela, Gondar and Simien Mountain National Park
  • Sightseeing programme including all entrance fees
  • Private guided transfers to and from all airports

*Please note the prices shown above are per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room

*Domestic flights mentioned in the itinerary are not included in the price due to international-domestic combination deals

*Please note there will be a supplement during certain dates in September due to Meskel festival in Ethiopia