It is famous for its impressive rock churches from the 12th and 13th centuries, making it a Coptic pilgrimage site. The gigantic Bete Medhane Alem and the cruciform Bete Giyorgis are subterranean monoliths carved into the rock. Considered one of the marvels of the world, the 11 holy places of Lalibela, Ethiopia, were unearthed from strong stone and contain a tremendous underground labyrinth of passages and ways.
The rough landscape incorporates precipices, profound valleys and levels home to interesting Walia ibex and gelada monkeys. Ras Dashen, a towering mountain, is one of the tall peaks.
Climbing trails wander through the recreation area to Suncover, Geech and Chenek camps. Here, you can find endangered species like the famous Walia ibex, wild goats that aren’t found anywhere else, gelada baboons, and the Ethiopian wolf.
Known as Tis Abay, which in Amharic means “big smoke.” It is about 30 kilometers downstream from the town of Bahir Dar and Lake Tana, upstream of the river.
the Blue Nile Falls are a demonstration of Ethiopia’s regular magnificence. The Blue Nile Falls are the most emotional cascades on the whole Nile and generally great during the stormy season from June to early September.