DET 011 Afar+ Awash

DET 011- Afar + Awash National Park

Overview

Itinerary

Tour Code:

DET – 011

Category:

Cultural

Transportation: 

Surface

Duration:

7 Nights, 8Days

 

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Day 1: Arrive at Bole international airport (Addis Ababa) and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2: After break fast drive to Awash national park.  Sight seeing, game viewing and bird watching in the park.  Overnight at the lodge.

Day 3: Drive to Asayita to visit the Afar people.  Overnight in the Hotel.

Day 4: Drive to lake Abe.  Overnight Asayita

Day 5: Drive to Serdo and visit lake Afdiera.  Overnight camping

Day 6: Trekking around the lake.  Overnight Awash at the kereyou Lodge.

Day 7: Drive back to Addis visiting some crater lake of Debrezeit.  Overnight Addis hotel.

Day 8: Sight seeing tour of Addis and in the evening transfer out to the airport for your departure back to home.

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Harar

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