Ethiopia is a gem for travellers looking for a unique and authentic adventure where you can really get under the skin of a country. It’s people so very welcoming, its history immense, it’s scenery stunning and it contains some amazing architecture.

I am Becky Harris, owner of Curious Travel and a single mum to an amazing little traveller. We went to Northern Ethiopia this year to see the amazing churches and historical sights but above all, we went for the community trekking, stunning scenery and to meet the people. Here are some of the wonderful people we met.

Please contact us if you are interested in community trekking in Ethiopia where the homestays are all owned and operated by the local communities and where you are welcomed with open arms to stay in some of the most beautiful areas of Ethiopia and the world. Truly unique.

Hiking in Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Young girl on a community trek in Ethiopia – Image by Becky Harris

Visiting the churches of Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Our wonderful guide in Gondar – Image by Becky Harris

Visiting the churches of Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Teaching us to cook on our community trek – Image by Becky Harris

Visiting the churches of Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Wife of the community homestay staff – Image by Becky Harris

Visiting the churches of Ethiopia with Curious Travel

On our day trekking – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Esteemed priest of sacred cliff church on our trek – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

A chat on our trek – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

One of our fabulous community guides – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Resting after being at a wedding – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Shy staff at the homestay – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Chats and drinks on our trek – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Meeting all ages – Image by Becky Harris

Ethiopia with Curious Travel

Our evening entertainment at the homestay – Image by Becky Harris

If you are interested in the trip of a lifetime to Ethiopia please do get in touch so we can chat. It’s a very special destination with so much to offer.

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