Sondertour Lalibela, Afar & Awash

17tägige Rundreise
zu den Kirchen von Lalibela, in die Bergwelt um Gheralta, in die Region Afar mit der Wüste Danakil, in den Nationalpark von Awash und nach Harar

Sondertour auf Initiative einer Familie von 4 Personen, die aber offen für weitere Mitreisende ist.
Daher auch der sonst nicht übliche Staffelpreis je nach Teilnehmerzahl.



ab 5-7 Personen   EUR 2490   
8 Personen  EUR 2390
ab 9-12 Personen  EUR 2250    

min. 5 - max. 12 Personen (Gruppenreise)

Englischsprachige Tourenleitung; 8 Ü: Hotel im DZ; 4 Ü: Lodge im DZ; 2 Ü: Camping; Mahlzeiten: 14x Halbpension (F/-/A), in Afar Camping 1x Vollpension (F/M/A); Transport in 4x4 Toyota Land Cruiser; alle Eintrittsgelder und lokale Guidegebühren laut Programm; Camping-Ausrüstung, Koch und Lasten-Kamel für Danakil-Senke;

Nicht enthalten:
Internationale und nationale Flüge; Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke; Visum (ca. 50 US$); Trinkgelder; Persönliches;

Teamgeist, Bereitschaft zum Komfortverzicht sowie Interesse und Toleranz für andere Kulturen.

Wir sind verpflichtet darauf hinzuweisen, dass diese Reise grundsätzlich für Personen mit eingeschränkter Mobilität nicht geeignet ist. Im Einzelfall sprechen Sie uns bitte an, evtl. können wir eine Lösung finden.

Tourverlauf:    in Kürze etwas ausführlicher und auf Deutsch

1. Day
Evening departure from Germany.

2. Day
Addis Abeba
Up on arrival at Bole international airport and meet by our guide/representatives and transfer to hotel depends of their arrival they will have a city tour in Addis.
Overnight in Hotel. (F/-/A)

3. Day
flight to Lalibele after check in the hotel drive to north east of Lalibela to visit the church of Yimrehane Kirstos, built-up cave church in Axumite wood and stone construction. The church has become famous for the decoration of its interior. The flat-span roof displays paneling richly adorned with .geometrical designs. The ceiling over the sanctuary is domed and displays carvings and paintings. Overnight in Hotel. (F/-/A)


4. Day
Lalibela - Full day visit the Rock hewn Churches of Lalibela
Lalibela, famous for its Rock Hewn churches dating back 800 years. There are no less than 1000 churches in the Lasta Region of Lalibela, some hidden in enormous caves, but it's exceptional to find 11 churches of such master craftsmanship in one local. This magnificent architecture often referred to as the "Eighth wonder of the world". Visit 11 Rock Hewn Churches.
Overnight in Hotel. (F/-/A)

5. Day
Mornning Trek to Asheten Mariam. Afternoon free time. Overnight in Hotel. (F/-/A)

6. Day
Drive to Gheralta. Overnight in Lodge. (F/-/A)

7. Day
Gheralta - Visit Abuna Yemata Guh
After breakfast, drive to Gheralta through the historical town of Adwa, this is the major African battlefield. Hike up to the top of the cliff and visit the Abune Yemata Guh Rock Hewn Church and short trekk around.
Overnight in Lodge. (F/-/A)


8. Day
Drive to Dallol
Dallol is one of the hottest, lowest and most geologically active area on the planet, the breathtaking landscapes here are like nowhere else on planet.
Overnight in Camping. (F/-/A)


9. Day
Morning tour drive to Asebo the place where the localities are mining salt you will look the activity of breaking the salt from the ground, local people are cutting in to rectangular pieces and loding on camels then drive a head to Dalloland visit the difference landscape formed by volcanic activity, lake Asale, salt canon, camel caravan then drive back to Berehile for lunch and proceed to Abala.
Overnight in Local Hotel. (F/-/A)

10. Day
Drive to Erta Ale
After breakfast drive to Erta Ale on the mady rood to Koswa which is the place where we organize our camel to carry their staffs and late afternoon about 5:30 3 hours trek to the volcano and stay the whole night there. Erta Ale is an isolated active basaltic shield volcano situated in the Afar Region of northeastern Ethiopia, a badlands desert area located at the border with Eritrea. Compared to other volcanoes, Erta Ale has a relatively low-elevation (613 m) because it is surrounded by an area below sea level, one of the most inhospitable on earth. It is well known for its two lava lakes at the summit which occasionally overflow and for being the longest-existing lava lake (of the five lava lakes in the world). In the local Afar language, Erta Ale means “Smoking Mountain” a “Shield volcanoes form when rock deep in the Earth heats to its melting point and rises through conduits and fractures until it punches through the crust. Unlike explosive stratovolcanoes, like Mount St. Helens in Washington State, lava oozes out of shield volcanoes at a more lethargic pace.
Shield volcanoes are the biggest volcanoes on earth. They are short but wide with widths 20 times their heights. Their typical gradient is gentle at the bottom, near 2-3 degrees, with a steeper slope of 10 degrees near the top and they level out at the summit, producing the shield-like shape.”
Overnight in Camping. (F/M/A)


11. Day
Drive to Semera on the way visit Lake Afdera.
Overnight in Hotel. (F/-/A)

12. Day
After breakfast drive to Awash.
Overnight in Lodge. (F/-/A)

13. Day
Excursion around the National park of Awash, mainly to see Beisa Oryx, Kudus, Gazelles and number of lowland bird species.
Overnight in Lodge. (F/-/A)

14. Day
Drive to Harar.
Overnight in Hotel. (F/-/A)

15. Day
After breakfast visit Old town of Harar (Jugal)the thick 5m high walls running 3.5 km around town were erected in the 16th century, Hyena feeding, Arthur Rimbaud center, smugglers market and Shoa get market.
Overnight in Hotel. (F/-/A)

16. Day
Addis Abeba
Drive to Addis. In the evening, you will have farewell dinner at one of the best traditional restaurant followed by traditional music and dance show at midnight Transfer to the Airport for fly back home and the end of tour. (F/-/A)

17. Day
Morning arrival in Germany. (-/-/-)

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