September 22 - October 2, 2020
Ethiopia is the birthplace of civilization and the diplomatic hub of Africa. It is the fastest growing economy in the world. It is the land of diversity and unity. Ethiopia is home of the oldest monolithic religion in the world. In addition, it is the oldest independent country in African. Join us for an amazing adventure to this beautiful land!!!
Depart from Washington DC on September 22, 2020
Day 1: Arrive in Addis Ababa
Day 2: Gondar
Day 3: Lalibela
Day 4: Addis Ababa
Day 5: Arbaminch
Day 6: Jinka
DAy 7: Turmi
Day 8: Turmi
Day 9: Arbaminch
Day 10: Addis Ababa
End of Tour
Cost of the Tour $3800 Double Occupancy $4000 Single Occupancy
Airfare from Washington DC Ethiopia
Local flights in Ethiopia
Air Conditioned bus in Ethiopia
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day
English speaking guide
Visa fee for Ethiopia (www.ethiopianembassy.org)
Vaccinations (yellow fever vaccine is mandatory www.passporthealthusa.org)
Transportation to Washington DC
A gratuity of $100
Camera fee for some attractions
Travel Insurance (www.squaremouth.com)
A deposit of $500 is due at the time of registration. This deposit is refundable within 30 days of initial payment only.
If using Paypal, there is a fee of 4%. Payments can also be made by check or money order to Roots to Glory Tours P.O. Box 92, Stevenson, MD 21153.
PAYMENT PLAN: Deposit of $500 is due at time of registration. 1st Payment of $1650 due by December 1, 2019. Final Payment is due June 1, 2020. Prices are not guaranteed after the final payment deadline.
WE STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT YOU PURCHASE TRIP INSURANCE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BECAUSE ONCE THE AIRLINE TICKETS ARE PURCHASED THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS. www.squaremouth.com for insurance.
We recommend that before you register for one of our tours you make sure that you are able to get the yellow fever vaccine. This is mandatory to enter in any African nation.
You can contact us at email@example.com or 410-429-0804.
*Our tours require a moderate amount of walking. Our tours are not recommended for people with serious medical or mobility challenges.