Ethiopia occupies most of the ‘Horn of Africa’. It is a fascinating country, a magical land of myth and legend and seemingly the home to the earliest human beings. The Ethiopian Plateau represents the African Continent’s largest area of Afro-alpine habitat, containing the most spectacular landscapes – not matched by anywhere else on the African Continent. Nearly half of the country is highland of over 2,000 metres, making Addis Ababa the third highest capital city in the world. With ‘wall to wall sunshine’ and an equable climate, this is an excellent destination for birdwatching. In many varied habitats, the country hosts over 800 bird species, of which nearly 30 are endemics (some only described in the past 25 years), and we aim to see as many as possible. Superb birds, wonderful scenery and friendly people promise to make this an unforgettable holiday.