In Ethiopia, serious crimes are incredibly rare and petty crime rates are low. Although it is still one of the least developed countries in the world Ethiopia has one of the fastest-growing economies. The country benefits from its lack of dangerous animals and climatic dangers allowing it to thrive.
Ethiopia has the most UNESCO Heritage Sites than any other African nation giving visitors a wealth of culture and history to discover. Known as the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is a treasure trove of historic places and natural delights including the Simien Mountains National Park, Blue Nile Falls and Lake Tana.
With over 80 ethnic groups living in the country, Ethiopia has a diverse range of food, architecture, literature and ethnic fashion. The country produces some of the world’s best coffee and 25% of the country’s population rely on the industry. The Danakil Depression has been deemed the ‘cruellest place on earth’ by National Geographic as an area torn by volcanoes, multi-coloured springs and salt plains.