Natural Sites Tours

DET 038 - Rift Valley Lakes

Day 1: Arrive at Bole International Airport ( Addis Ababa) and transfer to the Hotel.

Day 2: After break fast, drive to Awassa visiting some crater lakes of Debrizet, Lake Ziway, and Abijata – shalla lakes National park.  Overnight Awassa.

Day 3: After break fast visit the fish market on the short of Lake Awassa.  Continue drive to Arbaminch for overnight.

Day 4: After break fast drive to Nechisar national park to spot mammals and various species of birds with a good scenic view of the two lakes.  In the Afternoon drive to lake Chamo to observe the natural crocodile market, and various species of water birds with some hippos. Overnight Arbaminch.

Day 5: After breakfast drive 40 kms up hill to Chencha to visit the Dorze tribal village with the people’s life style and their bee hive shaped hut. And continue driving to Wondo Genet to enjoy swimming in a pool of Natural hot water.  Overnight Hotel in Wondo Genet.

Day 6: Drive back to Addis.  Overnight Hotel.

Day 7: Sight seeing tour of Addis and departure back to home

 

DET 039 - Ethiopian Rift Valley Region and Bale Mountain

Day 1: Arrival at Addis Ababa. O/N - Hotel.

Day 2: Drive from Addis - via Ethiopian Great Rift Valley Region to Awassa. O/N - Hotel.

Day 3: Visit Lake Awassa and drive to Arbaminch visiting the Dorze tribal village. O/N - Hotel.

Day 4: Arbaminch (Nechisar National park & Boat excursion on Lake Chamo). O/N -Hotel

Day 5: Drive from Arbaminch to Abiyatta - Shalla Lakes National Park and then to Langano. O/N - Hotel.

Day 6: Drive from Langano to Bale Mountain National Park (the home of endemism) for game viewing. O/N - Camping/ Lodge

Day 7: Drive from Bale Mountain National park to Sanette Plateau to see mammals and for the 2nd highest peak in Ethiopia- Mount Tulu Dimtu. Back to Goba. O/N - Hotel

Day 8: Drive from Bale Goba via Asella to Awash. O/N - Hotel.

Day 9 : Morning game drive in Awash National Park to see mammals, birds and the spectacular Awash River Falls. Proceed to Nazareth for lunch and drive back to Addis. O/N - Hotel.

Day 10: Sightseeing tour of Addis, farewell dinner party and Departure.

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