FASIKA. THE ETHIOPIAN EASTER  ፋሲካ

FASIKA. THE ETHIOPIAN EASTER ፋሲካ

Easter is celebrated tomorrow in Ethiopia. We tell you how it is celebrated. The celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus, his victory over death is one of the main celebrations of Christianity. For Ethiopian Coptic Christians it is even more important than...
HAPPY MESKEL

HAPPY MESKEL

Today the Meskel festival is celebrated in Ethiopia. Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity (UNESCO). Every September 17 of the Ethiopian calendar (September 26 and 27 of the Gregorian calendar), Ethiopians commemorate the discovery of the True Cross. A celebration...
HAPPY ETHIOPIAN NEW YEAR. HAPPY 2013

HAPPY ETHIOPIAN NEW YEAR. HAPPY 2013

Today is the New Year in Ethiopia. 2013 begins. There must be a mistake, we are September 11, 2010. It is no mistake, on the calendar, as in many other things, Ethiopia is different. Ethiopia uses the Coptic Orthodox Church calendar, also called the Ge’ez...
WE WAIT FOR YOU WHEN ALL THIS IS OVER

WE WAIT FOR YOU WHEN ALL THIS IS OVER

The coronavirus pandemic keeps us confined at home. When we can get out they will still have to open the borders and the airlines start operating there routes . There is still a bit. Karibu Ethiopia Tours, from our offices, we continue to prepare new routes and...
FAIRS 2017

FAIRS 2017

Today we have finished our fair season 2017. We started in Madrid with Fitur in January, we continue with Salon des Vacances in Brussels in February and today ITB in Berlin has finished. Now we have to send proposals and prepare the tours. We sincerely hope that all...
FESTIVIDAD DE MESKEL

FESTIVIDAD DE MESKEL

Una de las celebraciones más tradicionales que existen en Etiopía, declarada  Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, es la festividad de Meskel. Cada 17 de septiembre del calendario etíope (septiembre 26 y 27 del calendario gregoriano) los...
ETHIOPIAN NEW YEAR.  HAPPY 2009!

ETHIOPIAN NEW YEAR. HAPPY 2009!

Today begins the year 2009 in Ethiopia. Like this, as in many other things, Ethiopia is also different. Ethiopia uses the calendar of the Coptic Orthodox Church, also called Ge’ez calendar, similar to the Julian calendar (predecessor of the Gregorian calendar,...