A Coptic journey site, it is known for its noteworthy twelfth and thirteenth century rock holy places. Underground stone monuments cut into the stone incorporate the monster Bete Medhane Alem and the cruciform Bete Giyorgis.
Considered one of the marvels of the world, the 11 chapels of Lalibela, Ethiopia, were uncovered from strong stone and contain a tremendous underground labyrinth of passages and paths.
The rough territory incorporates bluffs, profound valleys and levels home to uncommon Walia ibex and gelada primates. Tall pinnacles incorporate the transcending mountain Ras Dashen.
Climbing trails wander through the recreation area to Suncover, Geech and Chenek camps. Universally undermined species, for example, the renowned Walia ibex, wild goats found no place else on the planet, gelada monkeys and the Ethiopian wolf live here.
Known as Tis Abay, and that signifies “enormous smoke” in Amharic. It is found upstream of the waterway, around 30 kilometers downstream from the town of Bahir Dar and Lake Tana.
the Blue Nile Falls are a demonstration of Ethiopia’s normal excellence. The Blue Nile Falls are the most sensational cascades on the whole Nile and generally great during the stormy season from June to early September.