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If you want to see the rest of Ethiopia at your own pace and on your own time, I highly recommend renting a car. Most remote and gorgeous parts of Ethiopia are not on the routes of buses or trains that run between cities and some areas are not even covered by such intercity transport. Besides, having a car gives you the freedom to go wherever you want – with no restrictions, 

In addition ETT is here to assist you with travel and business visa to Sudan and Djibout. We also provide a range of other essential services to facilitate your entire experience in our head office. 

We welcome you with a personalized and professional approach. We assist you through the entire process of the requested service and answer all your questions. We pride ourselves on timeliness, attention to detail, and most of all, making sure that we are taking care of you.

KIT List You may need to bring

Water bottle

Small binoculars (optional)

Sunscreen, lip salve

Sunglasses

Sunhat

Camera and spare batteries

Towel

Toiletries including wet wipes

Small personal first aid kit; including personal medication, plasters, paracetamol

Trekking clothes, lightweight material, t-shirt, shorts or long pants

Lightweight trekking boots

Sandals or flip-flops for around camp

Spare socks, underwear, t-shirts

Trekking poles (optional)

Diary and pen

Head torch important for the volcano

Reading book

Sleeping bag (we provide as well)