Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Where to Go Next: Ethiopia

It's the New Year and the magazines and newspapers are full of articles on Where To Go Next?
We have an idea: Ethiopia! Ethiopia has made it on a lot of those lists this year because it is a country rich with cultural and historical interest. After a long period of political turmoil, the country is stable now and several tour operators are offering trips to the region.

Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa. It is the only country on the African continent that had never been colonized. This allows for a unique perspective for the traveler to really see and experience the various cultures and tribes of the region. Religion also plays an important role in Ethiopian society and has fascinating cave churches, the sites of annual Christian pilgrimages.

Anthropology buffs will thrill at the chance to see "Lucy", the 3.5 million old remains of the most complete hominid ever found, in the National Museum in Addis Ababa.  You are in Africa, so of course there is the opportunity for game-viewing in Mago National Park.

Steven Kalt is escorting clients on a 17- day tour with Travcoa, a luxury travel company. This tour will include all of the highlights that Ethiopia has to offer. Plus you will have the expertise and entertaining stories of Steven Kalt, who will be returning to the country where he was a Fullbright-Hayes Secondary School Teacher fellow in 1967.

Tour dates: October 27 - November 12, 2014

Experience this once in a lifetime opportunity to journey to the Cradle of Humankind.

To reserve your space, Call Steven Kalt at Bee Kalt Travel today!

Tel: 248-288-9600 or Toll-free 1-800-284-5258
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