DET 019 - Birding II- Central and Eastern Ethiopia

 

DET 019-Central and Eastern Ethiopia

Tour Code:

DET – 019

Category:

Bird Watching

Transportation: 

Surface

Duration:

16 Nights, 17Days

 

Day 1: Arrive Addis Ababa. O/N Hotel

Day 2: A.M. drive Addis to Debre Zeyt .P.M drive Adama. O/N Hotel.

Day 3: Drive Adama to Awash National Park. O/N Hotel

Day 4: Awash National Park. O/N Hotel

Day 5: Drive from Awash National Park to Harar. O/N Hotel

Day 6: Excursion trip to Babile Elephant Sanctuary and Bisidimo, O/N the same place.

Day 7: Drive from Harar to Belen Lodge. O/N Lodge

Day 8: Belen

Day 9: Belen

Day10: Drive from Belen Lodge to Asayta to the end of Awash River (Awash Delta) & Lake Ambo. O/N Hotel

Day11: Drive 30 km from Asayta to Lake Ambo Asayta. O/N the Same place.

Day12: Drive from Asayta to Kombolcha. O/N Hotel.

Day13: Drive from Kombolcha to Debre Berhan. O/N Hotel.

Day14: Drive from Debre Berhan to Aliyu Amba to Dulecha. O/N Hotel

Day15: Drive from Debre Berhan to Jemma and Jara valleys. O/N Merabete

Day16: Drive from Merhabete crossing the Jemma Valley and over Sululta plane to Addis Ababa. O/N Hotel

Day 17: City Tour of Addis Ababa and departure.

 

Addis Ababa

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Harar

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Lake Tana Monasteries

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Gonder

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Lalibela

The ancient Ethiopian empire in the north, came to an abrupt end, when a ferocious woman warrior named Queen Judith...

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Axum

The modern town of Axum does not easily show the evidence of the splendors of its glorious past. Nevertheless, the ...

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Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa was founded in 1886 by Emperor Menelik II who moved his capital city from Ankober (a town 175 km. to th...

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Harar

The eastern part of Ethiopia, close to Djibouti and Somalia, is a region inhabited mainly by Muslims.The ancient wa...

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Lake Tana Monasteries

There are 37 islands that are scattered about the surface of Lake Tana, out of which some 20 shelter churches and m...

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Gonder

The graceful city of Gondar, embraced with incredibility, was founded by Emperor Fasilidas around 1635. It is famou...

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Lalibela

The ancient Ethiopian empire in the north, came to an abrupt end, when a ferocious woman warrior named Queen Judith...

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Axum

The modern town of Axum does not easily show the evidence of the splendors of its glorious past. Nevertheless, the ...

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