Many men from around the world decide to travel to and pursue women from Ethiopia as they have some of the most modest, gorgeous, olive skin, bouncy hair, and generous yet fit curves known to man!
May it be via the internet, in person, or both, there’s plenty of ways to meet beautiful, single, and serious Ethiopian women no matter how you approach them!
Ethiopian Women are stunningly beautiful as they come off as having Indian, African, and Arab heritage or traits leaving them with incredibly appealing bodies, faces, cute little noses, and gorgeous personalities!
Why Choose an Ethiopian Woman
Some of the most beautiful world models come from Ethiopia, such as Liya Kebede, Angel Melaku, and Sara Nuru just to name a few! (Don’t take our word for it, go look them up!)
Ethiopian women, although frequently brought up in poverty, come from a well-established, fairly commonly religious country.
May it be Christian, Catholic, or Muslim, there seems to be a fairly equal distribution of about a third of each throughout the country—so there’s a “right fit” for every prospective man out there, including YOU!
Nurturing by Nature
Not only are Ethiopian women very compassionate and caring, but they are also very nurturing by nature.
It’s extremely common for an Ethiopian girlfriend, and of course bride, to care deeply for her sick lover, around the clock, in every shape or form possible.
Ethiopian women are brought up in very culturally grounded environments with a strong focus on family commitment, maintaining a household, caring for ones siblings, and pleasing the man of the house.
Ethiopian women however are also very protective, and would guard their family with their life without thinking twice.
The Beauty on the Inside
While there’s plenty to admire and enjoy physically about Ethiopian women, there’s also a lot of value in the hearts of Ethiopians. These women are, by nature, very adventurous, hard-working, and modest individuals.
Ethiopian women tend to be anything but materialistic, but they do however tend to be very sentimental—so don’t be afraid to take your Ethiopian love on a romantic date somewhere special (it’s not all about the money or cost), make something for her by hand, or bring a special gift for her family—very nice way to introduce yourself and give a positively desirable first impression.
Lastly, Ethiopian women are conservative by nature. This should not be misconstrued as a negative character trait by any means.
That is, as it greatly increases the loyalty dynamic of your prospective Ethiopian love, and also strengthens the likelihood that she will carry herself with class—regardless of how much money she makes or has access to.
Understanding Ethiopian Academic and Work Values
Ethiopian women by nature will be very street-smart, this is typically a given. With that being said, most Ethiopian women move on to finishing High School level equivalency education and then stop to either work, or become a stay at home Mom to support or build their own family.
However, if and when they should meet the foreigner (typically Western) man of their dreams, it’s very possible that she will bring to your attention or request that you help support or possibly fund her (it’s very affordable) to going back to school and getting into college.
Ethiopian women are strong, know what they want, and dream of success. They are hard-workers and anything but lazy.
The fact that your prospective Ethiopian bride would want to further her education in of itself should demonstrate to you that she’s not looking to live off of your money (unless you wanted that sort of stay-at-home mom arrangement, which they’re also very good at), but looking to pursue her own education and also finally contribute to your family, together.
Taking your Ethiopian Woman on a Date
There are a few key-pointers to keep in mind before, during, and after taking the Ethiopian woman of your interest, girlfriend, or future wife out on a date.
Let’s cover some of the most significant, ‘make it or break it’ moments and warnings that any foreigner man should be aware of when dating as well as ‘courting’ Ethiopian women.
- As we mentioned previously, Ethiopian women are very conservative—and often religious—by nature, so keep the physically sexual contact to a minimum. Do not try to advance or overwhelm her with sexual gestures, conversations, innuendos, or ‘dirty talk’, as most Ethiopian women will be extremely turned off by this and likely offended.
Understand this, most Ethiopian women maintain Chasity and therefore are not interested in discussing or exploring each other’s sexuality or fantasies with one another—especially if they’re religious and the two of you are just ‘dating’.
- Be respectful, a gentleman, and act and treat her as if you were her husband, as this is exactly how she will be looking at you, and trying to gauge or justify whether or not you’re the right match and man for her future. Ethiopian women are not known for “open relationships”, random or excessive dating, nor open and frequent sexual encounters with men in which they are not married or engaged to, at a minimum.
- Make an honest effort to learn about her culture and family. How can you otherwise realistically learn about the woman you are considering a future with if you don’t first have a grasp on why she is the person she is today and who has reared her into being that person?
Where to Start
Whether you made it to Ethiopia via a trip you organized through meeting a woman or women online, or you’re going there to start from scratch in potentially meeting your future wife, one of the best places to start is Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
This is the Capital of Ethiopia, is ‘tourist-friendly’, quickly developing with skyscrapers and businesses alike left and right, and has a strong population density—aka, lots of prospective single Ethiopian women!
You will find Ethiopian women of all classes throughout Addis Ababa, and obviously the further you travel outside the capital, the more native they will be—but also less likely to speak or understand English.
It’s important to use caution and discretion when traveling outside the capital, as remember, this is a third-world country and unfortunately such an environment is, understandably, likely to lead to increased crime rates and desperate measures by individuals for the sake of survival and supporting their families.
Most importantly of all, try to conduct some research of your own online before visiting Ethiopia, understand the laws, link up with a friend or two once you get there (man or woman) that you can trust, and again get to know and respect the culture above all else—it will make your trip all the more pleasurable and potentially successful in meeting your soon-to-be Ethiopian wife!