Addis Ababa is the capital of Ethipia. It is at an elevation of 2,400m ASL. This city is built during the time of Menelik II in 1887. It got its name from Empress Taitu, which can be translated to ‘New Flower’ in English. Some facts about Addis Ababa are: world’s third highest city, three million residents, hosts a large number of international offices including Africa Union.
Bahir Dar lies 560km from Addis Ababa. It is one of Ethiopia’s developing cities, which is situated on the southern part of Lake Tana. There are two routes to Bahir Dar from Addis Ababa. Each provides with a different experience.
This park is a site for the second tallest mountain in Ethiopia at 4,377m ASL - Tullu Dimtu. From Addis Ababa to Goba, From Addis Ababa to Bale Mountains NP or there are also alternative routes to this destination.
Axum - the ancient city of Axumite Empire has reminants of the civilizations from the past. Axum town is in the north of Ethiopia, Tigrai Region. Driving as part of a tour package could lead you to Axum finally after passing through other historical sites of Ethiopia in the northern part of the country.
Dallol depression/Danakil can be reached from Mekelle through Birki Birki - Berhale - Hamed Ela - Dallol also Lake Asale can be seen. The place is the hottest spot on earth.