Tuesday, 13 August 2013


Nature is the greatest beauty. In Ethiopia, 225 km from the capital Addis Ababa, is the Blue Nile Falls (a.k.a. Tisisat Falls), a stunning waterfall comprised of four streams when it is in full force.  Feeding into Blue Nile River, Africa's longest river, the falls can be reached easily from the closest town, Bahir Dar.

Blue Nile Falls, Ethiopia

Best time to see the falls in the rainy season when there is more water. Keep in mind that the hydro dam also contributes to the flow (or lack of). Still, the reviews I have read say the trek is doable and worth it despite the water flow.

Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons, owned by Peter Jeschofnig

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