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Ethiopia is home to the earliest known humankind. 40% of the skeleton of one of our (homo sapiens) oldest ancestors Australopithecus Afarensis was discovered in the Afar Region in 1974.

Anthropologists have established that the skeleton belonged to a twenty-year-old female that lived 3.5 million years ago. Hadar, the site of the discovery, situated 160 kilometers northeast of Addis Ababa was registered by the United Nations Education, Science, and Culture Organization (UNESCO) as a World Heritage.

This Skeleton, popularly known as Lucy or Dinkinesh (meaning 'you are astounding' in Amharic), completed the missing link between apes and men - paving the way for the search of human origins.

Further, the earliest known hominid, a 4.4 million-year-old Ardipithecus Ramidus was discovered in the Middle Awash in 1992. Also included in the recent discoveries is Australopithecus Garhi, a 2.5 million-year-old hominid.

Garhi is said to be a surprising hominid sharing the family tree. The species discovered by the team is a descendant of Australopithecus Afarensis and is a candidate ancestor for early homo.
Bones from antelopes and horses were found 278 meters from the site of the Garhi skull fragments at the same layer of sediment. "The bones show unmistakable gashes left by stone tools: the animals were butchered, the meat cut away, and the bones hammered open to extract marrow. This is by far the earliest proof of tool-based butchery and may well provide the evolutionary driver that led to big-brained humans."

Archeological Site that can be seen within one up to six days 

Numerous archaeological discoveries carried out and their findings to date ascertain that Ethiopia is indeed the earliest known home of human kind. A skeleton of an older human ancestor Australopithecus Afarensis, Lucy.

Melka Kunture is a Palaeolithic site in Ethiopia, lying 65 kms south of Addis Ababa. It was used to make stone tools; excavations at the site have been underway since the 1960s. More Information is coming soon on this destination.

The Middle Awash is an archaeological site along the Awash River in Ethiopia's Afar Depression. A number of Pleistocene and late Miocene hominid remains have been found at the site, along with some of the oldest known Olduwan 

Hadar is a site on the Awash River in Ethiopia, in the Afar Triangle. It is most famous for being the site of the discovery of Lucy, a three million year old fossilised specimen of Australopithecus afarensis.

The Omo is an important river of southern Ethiopia. Its most important tributary is the Gibe River; smaller tributaries include the Wabi, Mago and Gojeb Rivers. 

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Allseason Tour operator is a tour company currently operating in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.The company is legally registered as a tour company with the Ethiopian Ministry of Trade as per the local law, licensed by Ministry of Culture and Tourism and a member of Ethiopian Tour Operator Association as well. It is part of Leadstar Family businesses operating in Ethiopia on different sectors.

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Rest assured that Ethiopia is one of the safest countries in the world. A glance at reviews posted in the most prominent tour websites ( Lonely planet, Trip Advisor etc... ) will confirm this.

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