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Ethiopian Airlines offers special tour packages to Ghanaian travellers Ethiopian Airlines offers special tour packages to Ghanaian travellers

Described as the Land of Origins, Ethiopia is much more than just a true transit hub for travellers. Steeped in rich history and culture, discover the beauty of the land and its welcoming people by spending time in Ethiopia during your next trip.

The airline and its partners have designed exciting but affordable stop-over packages for Ghanaian travellers.

Passenger can purchase flight ticket plus book and pay online for hotel at their destination. Once payment is finalised, passenger will receive ticket copy and hotel confirmation slip. This works for ET online points only https://www.ethiopianholidays.com/. Payment can be done using credit/local cards.

Customers can buy Flight plus tour packages (ground services and activities). When customers select any domestic destination in Ethiopia, all the available attractive packages will be displayed to choose from.

And also any transit customer with more than 6-hour layover at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport can buy a variety of stopover packages depending on transit time. It ranges from half day to full day with possible extension both in Addis Ababa and its surrounding like Addis Ababa city tour, Unity Park, Entoto Park, Lake Ziway, Menagesha Suba Crown Forest, Wonchi Crater Lake.

Below is few steps to buy Flight+Tour packages online: Go to https://www.ethiopianholidays.com/, Go to Flight + tour packages, Select One-way (OW)/RT One way will give only packages at destination, insert, travel date, number of travellers and class of services and click on search.

Area Manager of Ethiopian Airlines, Yemesrach Alemayehu, told AviationGhana that the offering is designed to enable Ghanaian travellers experience the rich culture, beautiful natural and historical sites as well as the taste of Ethiopia. “Ghana and Ethiopia have strong historical ties and these packages will help strengthen the relationship between the two countries” she said.

Source: Voyages Afriq