Suitably dubbed as “The Roof of Africa,” Ethiopia’s topography is wonderful everywhere. Outside Bahir Dar is the impressive Blue Nile Falls. Outside Gondar is the magnificent Simien Mountain range. The Rift Valley has its beautifully scenic lakes. The Bale Mountains has richly dense highland forest. The southern corner of Ethiopia has one of the least affected and unspoiled wilderness areas remaining on the Continent. Outside of Harar in the East, are intriguing natural rock formations. Ethiopia is so extremely scenic that it is difficult to limit the scope and magnitude of the term. This is a land of contrasts, having one of the hottest AND lowest places on Earth, as well as the highest stretch of moorland on the Continent. The country’s vast, green terrain and obvious abundance of natural resources, often catch first-time visitors by surprise.