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Nechi Sar National Park

Mago National Park

2,162 sq km, 770km southwest of Addis Ababa, on east bank of Omo river. 450-2,528m Highest point is Mount Mago. Mainly grass savannah, some forested areas around rivers. Conservation area for plains animals, 56 species of mammals: buffalo, giraffe, elephant, lelwel hartebeest, lion, cheetah, leopard, zebra, gerenuk, oryx.

Gambela National Park

Located about 800kms from Addis Ababa on the river Baro, Gambela has a strange history. The undulating plains of high Sudanese grass offer excellent opportunities for wilderness exploration. It is not particularly easy to access however. Beyond Gambela towards the Sudanese border, the Anuak cultivators give way to the nomadic Nuer. These pastoralists herd their […]

Awash National Parks

Abijatta Shalla Lakes National Parks

200kms south of Addis Ababa, a part of the Great Rift Valley and in the Lake Langano recreational areas, the Abijatta Shalla lakes National Park attracts numerous visitors. Using Lake Langano as your base, it is an easy trip to visit the National Park, which is 887km2 in size, 482 of these being water. The altitude […]

Bale Mountains National Park

Bale Mountains National Park (BMNP) boasts a spectacularly diverse landscape mosaic comprised of distinct ecosystems and habitats and associated biodiversity. The property covers an area of 215,000 hectares in the heart of the Bale-Arsi Massif in the south-eastern Ethiopian Highlands in Oromia National Regional State. Building upon much earlier efforts, the National Park has been legally […]

Omo National Park

Simien Mountains National Park

The Semien Mountains are a must for all those interested in wildlife, scenery, and spectacular landscapes, the Park has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Semien Mountains constitute one of the major mountain massifs in Africa. The region includes many summits above 4000 meters and culminates in the highest point in Ethiopia, […]