Ethiopia’s spectacular network of national parks incorporates a wide variety of habitats, from the high-altitude forests and moors to white-water rivers and powerful waterfalls to lush jungles and even to the depths of the Danakil Depression which is one of the lowest dry lands on Earth. Being a country of natural contrasts, a visit to its string of national parks allow visitors to enjoy the diverse scenery, wildlife and the unique kind of adventure that’s truly unparalleled in Africa.
The National Parks
Witness one of Earth’s greatest wildlife shows as the park displays over a million white-eared kob, tiang and Mongalla gazelles along with thousands of elephants, buffaloes, ostriches and some lions, leopards and giraffes.
Extraordinary Bird Viewing
Situated on the stunning Rift Valley, Abijatta-Shala National Park features 2 contrasting lakes that provide sanctuary to a spectacular variety of bird species including Yellow Wagtails, Ibis, Pelicans and Flamingoes.