Food

Ethiopian food is very ideal for vegetarians. There is a numerous selections including salads, vegetables, pulses, and vegetarian sauces devoid of meat and dairy products. This is meant to accommodate devout Ethiopian Orthodox Christians, which have 196 fasting days in a year where they do not eat meat or any dairy product. Meat lovers can also enjoy Ethiopian food as there are several dishes made up of beef, lamb and chicken. Along with the traditional Ethiopian meal, it is a customary to drink either t’ej, a type of honey wine, or a local beer called t'ella. Ethiopia also produces its own wine. Dukam and Gouder are dry red wines, while Axumite is sweet red wine. Crystal is dry white wine. Castel Winery has recently released two product lines in the market, Rift Valley and Acacia. These brands come both as red and white wine. The food served at hotels, lodges and tented camps is almost exclusively continental cuisine, and universally ample and healthy.

About us

Welcome to Ethiopia- an ancient wonderland with rich cultural traditions, architectural remains, natural beauty and enormously hospitable people. Ethiopia has a history of over 3,000 years, which has been preserved in a remarkable manner. Only in Ethiopia will you find yourself dramatically transported back in time through the participation in sacred rituals of an archaic faith.

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Our Address

Ayat Apartment ground and first Floor

Walking Distance from UNECA, Guinea Conakry Street
Addis Ababa  Ethiopia
Po.Box. 9438
Office:   +251 115 52 54 78

Email:  info@travelethiopia.com