The Great Rift Valley & Lakes

The Ethiopian Rift Valley, which is a one of the notable East African Rift Valley, includes different common springs, flawless lakes and an arrangement of untamed life. The valley is the result of two equal faults on the planet’s surface between which, in distant topographical time (Cenozoic period), the outside was weakened, and the land […]

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Sof omar

The incredible limestone caves of Sof Omar make a day’s exploring from Dinsho, Robe or Goba. The street leaves Robe town, crossing the cultivating regions toward the east, before slipping into the marshes. Here the vegetation is totally different being dry marsh with lush fields. The caverns lie at 1,300 m above ocean level. This […]

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Danakil Depression with Dallol & Ertale active volcano

The Danakil depression is a zone of particular topographical interest: an unusual lunar scene studded with dynamic volcanoes, rancid sulfur-built up underground aquifers, hardened dark magma streams, and huge salt-encrusted bowls. It is some proportion of the Danakil’s land movement that in excess of 30 dynamic or torpid volcanoes-around one-fourth of the African all out […]

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Omo National Park

Omo National Park is found in the West bank of the Omo River which continues running along the Sudan periphery. The entertainment focus is home for a couple of wild animals. The entertainment focus allows to trekking where one can visit the Suma people, who are essentially similar with Mursi where the women wear an […]

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Gambella National Park

Located around 600 kilometers from Addis Ababa on the stream Baro, Gambela offers access to the Gambela National Park. The undulating fields of high Sudanese grass offer unbelievable open entryways for wild examination. It isn’t particularly easy to find a good pace the stream are to be found huge Nile perch, as much as 100 […]

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Bale Mountain National Park

Ethiopia’s most huge biodiversity spot, Bale Mountains National Park supports a rich mosaic of high-height living spaces including luxurious evergreen boondocks, stands of beast bamboo, pastel-covered moorland, and protected stream valleys swathed in fragrant juniper-hagenia woods. Named as a theoretical UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in 2009, the entertainment focus is the most critical post […]

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Nechisar National Park

Nachisar National Park is in eastern North Omo Zone. The zonal capital, Arba Minch, is on the western outskirt of the recreation center. Arba Minch is 510 km south of the capital Addis Ababa and 279 km south-west of the territorial capital Hawassa. Nechisar is named after the white grass that covers the undulating Nechisar […]

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Abijata-Shalla National Park

About 215 kilometress from Addis Ababa, visitors will meet up at Abijata-Shala National Park guideline entryway or “Lakes Park” which was once assumed as one of the winged animal watchers ground in Africa. It was 887 square.kilometress in domain out of which 482 square.kilometress is verified by water of Lake Abijata and Shala. This park […]

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Awash National Park

Awash National Park takes its name from the Awash River which means the entertainment focus’ southern cutoff is discovered 225 km east of Addis Ababa, spread a zone of 827 square kilometers (319 square miles) the Park stretches out 30km east to west and to some degree less from north to south. The region is […]

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