Naya Traveler to Launch Journeys to Ethiopia in November

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Naya Traveler is launching journeys to Ethiopia that promise to provide guests with immersive experiences that offer a deep and meaningful connection to their destination.

The private, custom-made trips to Ethiopia will start November 2017, presenting highly personalized and curated itineraries that transcend mass tourism and bring back purpose and depth to travel through authentic cultural experiences.

Ethiopia’s landscapes, historical landmarks and ancient tribal life make it an ideal place for the intrepid and bold traveler. With a rich history going back to the 2nd millennium B.C. and a host of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the country offers a unique and storied view into the past that few other places can match.

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To the north, guest will experience Ethiopia’s island monasteries, and rock-hewn churches, and to the south, guests can see the Omo Valley and the southern areas of Turmi, offering an insight into the diverse tribal lifestyle of Africa.

The country also showcases deep canyons, mountainous terrain, desert plains of volcanic rock, forested highlands with waterfalls, and rivers and lakes that lead to the Nile and the Great Rift Valley.

With Naya Traveler, guests can spend time with locals and learn their customs, take part in religious demonstrations, attend cultural ceremonies, and trek through national parks to catch sight of the flora and fauna.

Naya Traveler’s Ethiopia journeys includes all accommodations, domestic airfare, transportation throughout the trip, host and expert guides, daily private activities and excursions, many meals, and services of a professional team monitoring the trip at all times.

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