Gambella National Park

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With total real of 5, 060 square kilometers, it’s located in the town of Gambella and the Akobo River system. Though it’s less visited, the park contains many endemic species such as white- eared kob, lechwe. The park is also famous for whale-headed stork, antelope, topi, elephant, buffalo and giraffe

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Awash National Park

Awash National Park

Awash National Park is found in the lowlands to the east, 211 Kms from the capital. With total area of 827 square kilometers, it’s bounded with Awash River in the south. The Fantale volcano, where one can see the dark scar of the latest lava flow, is among the main features of the park.   The […]

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Omo National Park

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Omo National Park is found in the West bank of the Omo River which runs along the Sudan border. The park is home for several wild animals. The park provides an opportunity for trekking where one can visit the Suma people, who are almost similar with Mursi where the women wear a clay disk on […]

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The Bale Mountains

The Bale Mountains

The Bale Mountains, which lie over 2,400 Square kilometers, is a home for various flora and fauna species. The park which comprises reverence plains, woodlands and bush land, is a home for several endemic species like Mountain Nyala and Semien fox, where the park is believed to be established to protect these two animals. The […]

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The Semien National Park

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The simien mountain massif is one of the major highlands of Africa, rising to the highest point in Ethiopia, Ras Dejen (4620m), which is the fourth highest peak in the continent. Although in Africa and not too far from the equator, snow and ice appear on the highest points and night temperatures often fall below […]

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Featured Tour Package

  • Historic Route & Omo Valley Tour +

    Day 1: Arrive at Addis and welcoming, city tour in Addis, National Museum, Ethnography Museum, Merkato Market and Entoto Mountain. Read More
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