2 Days Journey to Axum

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2 days
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Why take this tour?

Axum was the center of the marine trading power known as the Aksumite Kingdom, which predated the earliest mentions in Roman era writings. Around 356, its ruler was converted to Christianity by Frumenties. Later, under the reign of Kaleb, Axum was a quasi-ally of Byzantium against the Persian Empire. The historical record is unclear, with ancient church records the primary contemporary sources. SIGHTSEEING ● North Stelae Field ● Axum Zion Church ● Queen of Sheba’s Palace

What’s included?

  • Breakfast

  • 1 Night Hotel Accommodation on a shared room. Extra $22.00pp for Single Room Supplement

  • One breakfast in Axum

  • Professional English speaking local guide

  • Transport by private air-conditioned minivan

  • Bottled water

  • Accommodation and meals on the second day

  • International Airfare

  • Lunch and Dinner(Can be included upon request)

  • departure tax, payable at the time of tour check-in. The departure tax is required by our local supplier and/or the local transit or governing authority and is not within our control

  • Tips and personal natures

  • And what is NOT included on the Inclusive List

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Before you book

  • Duration: 2 days

  • Mobile tickets accepted

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Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

About operator:

Explore the vibrant neighborhoods and historic landmarks of Addis Ababa on a full-day tour of the city’s must-see destinations. See the richly decorated interior of Holy Trinity Cathedral, then trace Ethiopia’s long history through the Museum of Ethiopia. After lunch, explore Haile Selassie’s former palace, now the fascinating Ethnological Museum, and go deep into the traditions of Ethiopia’s diverse communities. Return to the country’s vibrant, colorful present in Merkato, a renowned marketplace where vendors offer bright displays of fabric, handicrafts and produce from around the country.

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