Enkutatesh (New Year Celebration)
It is the celebration of Ethiopian New Year which falls every year Meskerem 1st (September 1st Ethiopian Calendar) or September 11th or 12th (Gregorian calendar) depending on the leap year.
Meskel ( The finding of the true cross)
Maskel is said to be in memory of the finding of the true cross by Empress Eleni of Ethiopia.
Genna (Ethiopian Christmas)
Officially known by the Church as Baal Lidet (Ethiopian Christmas) is on the 7th of January.
Timket (Ethiopian Epiphany)
Timket (Ethiopian Epiphany), which falls on the 19th of January is the day when Christians celebrate the baptism of Christ. It's a three-day festival and all the ceremonies are conducted with great pomp. The eve of Timket (18 January) is called Ketera.
Hidar Tsion (St. Mary celebration in Axum)
It is colorfully celebrated every year November 30. The celebration takes place for the coming of the Ark of the Covenant to Ethiopia. It was also on this day the first historical St. Mary church was built with 12 sanctuaries.
Lalibela Rock-Hewn Churches
Lalibela is designated as world Heritage site in 1978. After the decline of the Axumite state, a new Christian dynasty emerged in the 12th century. This Zagwe dynasty made its capital in Roha, some 400 of kilo meters south of Axum.
Simen Mountains National Park
The Simien Mountains National park was primarily created to conserve Walia Ibex and other endemic species. Its scenic value, probably the most rugged in Africa, also formed the backbone of the concept for conservation of the area.
Royal Compound & Other Monuments of Gondar
The historic Gonderine town is very popular mainly because of the marvelous castles in the royal enclosure. There are six graceful castles in the palace compound built by the successive Gonderine Kings of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Axum, Historical and Archaeological site
For a large number of years in ancient time, Axum had been served as a political and religious center of Ethiopia.
Harer Jegol, the fortified Historic town Harari Region
Inscribed in 2006, Harar is a fortified historic town in south-eastern Ethiopia. It has been a major commercial center, linking African and Islamic trade routes.
The Danakil Depression, also called Dallol Depression, is a desert with some areas that are more than 100 meters below sea level.
Lake Tana, the largest lake, in Ethiopia is the source and from where the famed Blue Nile starts its long journey to Khartoum, and on to the Mediterranean.