Getting There – Ethiopia
All international flights arrive at Bole International Airport (ADD) in Addis Ababa. Your safari operator will usually pick you up at the airport and take care of any travel arrangements from there.
As Ethiopia is a large country, most people get around using domestic flights. There are flights to most places of interest, including all the historical towns, but not to any of the parks. To visit the main parks, you can fly to a nearby town where you’ll be met at the domestic airport by your guide and driver.
Drive-around tours are also available (especially to southern Ethiopia). Even when flying around, covering some distances by car can be very rewarding as you'll see some of the Ethiopian countryside.
Flights & Airlines to Ethiopia
Check Skyscanner to see which airlines can take you to Ethiopia, and what tickets would cost.
Domestic Airlines & Flights in Ethiopia
Domestic flights from Addis Ababa leave from Bole International Airport (ADD), 5km/3mi southeast of the city, and can be booked through Ethiopian Airlines.
Passport, Visa & Other Entry Requirements
Entry requirements can change, so please contact your local Ethiopian embassy to verify that the information below is current.