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the undiscovered land in Ethiopia home of African elephant and a black lion: contact us :www.abysslandtours.com
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ABYSS LAND TOUR AND TRAVEL
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Fax: +25116673379 ,22 square, Afro building 3th floor ,house no 301
P.O.BOX 28461 code 1000 ADDISS ABEBA-ETHIOPIA

Ethiopia park tour code ALT 002/02
In This program mainly explores three parks . One is chebera churchura a relatively untouched, recently discovered and rich wilderness areas . The park comprises unique and attractive mountain closed forest, closed tall-grassed savannah habitat, thick woodland forest. The landscape very fascinating highly rugged, undulating to rolling plains there a number of hilly & mountainous land which the whole year covered by vegetations. A number of cold & hot springs, historical caves, the Meka Forest (which is always with elephants). The park is the best site in Ethiopia to see elephants and buffalo. This program is more interested for wild life lover : besides of the uinique land scape the place such as yabello Borona rich in birdlife .Bale mountain national park rich in plants and animals species and is Nominated in 2009 to the World Heritage Tentative List, Bale Mountains National Park is a national park in Ethiopia with one of the highest incidences of animal endemicity of any terrestrial habitat in the world . Nech sar national park which is rich in aquatic birds and endemic animals , rifty vally lakes
Tour package code ALT001/2
Duration 12days
Type of tour: Game drive
Day 1-addis abeba
Morning
Day2 –Jimma
Morning drive to Wenchi Crater lake An extinct volcano (the top of which is 3380 meters above sea level) the crater contains a large lake, hot mineral springs, waterfalls and beautiful valleys and farmland . due to natural land scape this lake is one of the most interesting lake in Ethiopia to be visited .
Day3-chebera churchura park
Morning drive to chebera- churchura national park .a Park found in south west of Ethiopia. It is the area where you can see five crater lakes sparsely distributed, large extensive natural forest, good population of endangered African elephant and buffalo. The Park and its surrounding areas contain hot and cold springs. The hot springs close to the headquarter of the park are a good spot to sit and wait for wildlife to come to drink in the dry season.
Overnight : camping
Day 4 –chebera churchura –sodo
Morning game drive in the park to see some of the wildlife of the park .So far, 37 larger mammal
and 237 bird species have been recorded in the different habitats (highland and riverine forest and savanna and bush lands) of the park. White-winged cliff chat, banded barbet, wattled ibis, black-headed forest Oriole and thick-billed Raven are endemic birds for the country. Common mammals include the elephant, hippopotamus, Cape buffalo, lion, and leopard. Then after noon drive to SODO via the fertile land of welayta.
overnight : hotel
Day5-welayta Sodo-arbaminch
Morning drive to Arbaminch on the way to visit the Dorze village ,the people who live on the top of hill with a spectacular house style then back to arbaminch .
Over night : hotel
Day6-nech sar national park
Morning game drive to nech sar national park ,A park which is officially established in 1974 with a total surface area 514 km2 . This park is rich in Wildlife: include plains zebra, Grant's gazelle, dik-dik, and the greater kudu as well as one of the last three populations of the endangered Swayne's hartebeest, endemic to Ethiopia A stretch of the northwest shore of Lake Chamo is known as Crocodile Market, where hundreds of crocodiles gather to sun themselves. The park also has populations of bushbuck, bushpig, Anubis baboon, vervet monkeys, black-backed jackal and Burchell's zebra. The endangered painted hunting dog, Lycaon pictus, once existed in the park (with last sightings at Fincha), but may now be extirpated due to human population pressures in this region. Nechisar National Park is considered an important habitat for bird populations particularly those migrating. It has a noted population of kingfishers, storks, pelicans, flamingos and African fish eagles.
Day7-konso
Morning dirve to konso to visit the Konso Cultural Landscape a UNESCO’s World Heritage List , it is arid property of stone walled terraces and fortified settlements in the Konso highlands of Ethiopia. It constitutes a spectacular example of a living cultural tradition stretching back 21 generations (more than 400 years) adapted to its dry hostile environment. The landscape demonstrates the shared values, social cohesion and engineering knowledge of its communities. The site also features anthropomorphic wooden statues - grouped to represent respected members of their communities and particularly heroic events - which are an exceptional living testimony to funerary traditions that are on the verge of disappearing. Stone steles in the towns express a complex system of marking the passing of generations of leaders.
Over night : hotel
Day8-yabello –birding
The main point of this visit is to see the Endemic species of birds: Stresemann's bushcrow and white-tailed swallow in Yabello Wildlife Sanctuary even though The Yabello Wildlife Sanctuary was created to protect a small population of the endemic Swayne's hartebeest. Other species inhabiting the sanctuary, such as Burchell’s zebra, greater and lesser kudu, Grant's gazelle and dik-dik as well then afternoon explore the natural wonders, wildlife and the culture of the Borena people .
Over night : hotel
Day9-yabello –negel borona
Morning drive to negel borona on the way to visit the singing well of the Borona nomads and the Boqe Sogida (salt crater) And then searches rare birds in Negel borona the best place to point out the The Ruspoli's turaco (Tauraco ruspolii), also known as Prince Ruspoli's turaco. And other birds species .
Over night :hotel
Day10 –Bale national park
Established in 1970 with a total surface area of 857 km2 .Bale Mountains National Park contains a spectacularly diverse landscape. Experience stunning Afroalpine mountains and natural scenery while heading deep into the heart of the Sanetti plateau – a floating land. Explore vast moorland and discover Afroalpine plants .the Sanetti Plateau rises up to 4377m above sea level and is the second highest peak in Ethiopia highlands. This undulating plateau is marked by numerous glacial lakes and swamps and surrounded by higher volcanic ridges and peaks. The southern slopes are covered by the lush and largely unexplored Harenna Forest. One of the best sites to spot the rare and endangered Ethiopian Wolf or call Abyssinia fox ( red fox) .
Over night : camping or hotel
Day11-Bale national park
Early Morning short trekking around the head quarter ‘the starting point for hikers, Bale Mountains National Park is ultimate destination for trekker and wildlife watchers, natural land scape .Explore all habitats of the Bale Mountains National Park as you trek across the home of the Ethiopian wolf, mountain nyala, giant molerat and Bale monkey.
Over night : camping or hotel
Day12-drive back to addis abeba then fly back home.

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