Blue sky tour and travel is more than ready to guide you through your business travel to Ethiopia. starting from advising potential exporters to your request we fully arrange your business tour to ethiopia by providing reasonable air tickets,airport pick up, hotel reservation, car rent and consulting on potential business ideas to Ethiopia.
Ethiopia is currently very famous for its agricultural products which are purely natural. A number of exporters of this agricultural products are well prepared to full fill the demands of their clients.
Ethiopia have the highest population figure in Africa. the country is also located in a central position for commercial activity around eastern Africa. Please visit our general information about Ethiopia page for more information.
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Cheap domestic air tickets in Ethiopia
Blue sky Ethiopia tour offers cheap domestic tickets for your great Ethiopia holidays, Honeymoons & private tours to all over Ethiopia.
If you take Addis Ababa as the hub, there are 6 main roads coming out like spokes to the North, North East, South East, South, South West and West.
To the north is the Gojjam road, to Debre Libanos, the Blue Nile Gorge and Bahir Dar. The road to the northeast is the Asmara Road, which will take visitors to the Senbete Market, Kombolcha and Dessie.
The road to the south east forks about 70 km from Addis Ababa at Mojo, with one fork leading east to Awash, and then forking again with roads leading east to Dire Dawa and Harer and north east to the Red Sea ports of Dijbouti and Assab.
From Mojo the other fork heads south, passing the Rift Valley lakes and continuing to Moyale and the border with Kenya.
The road directly south is the Butajira road, the road to the southwest is the Jimma Road, while the road to the West is the Ambo Road - the last two meet in Gambela, which is on the Sudan border.
On these routes there are a variety of attractions for visitors, from historic and religious sites, to bird life and wild life and places of scenic beauty.
For convenience sake we will take each route in turn, starting with Addis Ababa itself.
While some visitors may be less interested in bird life, the birds we can expect to see will be mentioned in each tour