Africa’s best-kept secret! A complete expedition to the north and south. Gelada Baboons, Simien Mountains, Source of the Blue Nile, Lalibela rock-hewn churches, Meskel Festival, superb endemic birds, and mammals.
- Gelada Baboons
- Bale Mountains National Park
- Simiens Mountains National Park
- Awash National Park
- Lalibela Saint Mary Festivity
- Timkat Festivity
- Rock-hewn Churches in Lalibela
- Lake Tana
- Blue Nile Falls
- Meeting tribes of the Omo Valley
- Mago National Park
- Abijatta-Shalla National Park
- Chebera-Churchura National Park
- Lake Ziway
- Nechisar National Park
- Senkele Swayne’s Hartebeest Sanctuary
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Time and Weather
Ethiopia shows a great deal of climatic variety, however large numbers of the mainstream vacation spots and stops are situated in the focal and northern good countries, which experience a mild environment. There is an unmistakable Wet and Dry season and most downpour falls among May and September. The remainder of the nation is unique: the tropical west is damp and hot, the parched south is dry and warm, and the Rift Valley is calm to hot and occasionally wet.
The best time to visit
The best ideal opportunity to visit Ethiopia is Sep-April, however especially at one or the flip side of the downpours – in April, when the land is dry and fruitless, or as it thrives again in Sep-Oct. This green season is additionally best for good country untamed life. Downpours renew the Omo Valley even sooner – so travel Nov-Mar or Jun-Sep.
Primate-sweethearts are in for a treat since a few animal varieties are remarkable to Ethiopia. Without a doubt, the most attractive of these endemics are the brilliant maned gelada monkey. The uncommon hamadryas monkey lives close by the more inescapable olive mandrill in Awash NP. Bundle Mountains NP is one of many spots where you’ll have the option to see the aerobatic, highly contrasting colobus monkey, and it is additionally home to the as-of-late found Bale monkey.
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Duration | 14 days
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