Simien National Park:-This national park comprises the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia. It is the only natural site in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ethiopia. It recognized by UNESCO in 1978. It was recognized for being the refuge for many endangered species living including the Walia ibex and Ethiopian wolf.
Bale Mountains National Park is a national park of Ethiopia. The park encompasses an area of approximately 2,150 square kilometres in the Bale Mountains and Sanetti Plateau of the Ethiopian Highlands.
<p>In the morning after breakfast, you will drive to Dinsho, via Shashmene (410 Km from Addis). En route, you will make a stop on Awash River and Lake Ziway (best known for its birdlife) to visit aquatic birds. You will have lunch at Shashmene (250 Km from Addis). You will proceed driving and arrive in Dinsho in the afternoon.</p><p></p><p>Upon arrival, you will do all the requirements for short easy trekking at the Bale Mountains National Park HQ. After a brief break, you will have time to make a short hike along the northern part of the park. Later late in the afternoon drive to Goba (40 Km from Dinsho) for overnight stay. On arrival, you will check into a hotel.In the evening, you will have dinner and stay the night at the hotel. Overnight stay in hotel</p>
<p>In the morning, you will have breakfast and drive to the Sanetti Plateau (altitude of 4000 meter, with Afro-alpine Moor land, beautiful wild alpine scenery). Upon arrival in Goba, you will check into a hotel and rest. In the evening, you will have dinner and stay the night at the hotel. Overnight stay in hotel.</p>
<p>After breakfast, you will be driving to Addis Ababa. You will stop for lunch at Assela. You will arrive in Addis Ababa late afternoon where you will do some shopping for souvenirs. Finally you will be taken to a farewell dinner depending on your scheduled flight; you will be transferred out to Bole International Airport for return flight back home.</p><p></p><p>End of Tour</p><p>Scenic tours will arrange additional hotel nights in Addis Ababa upon request.</p>
- 1. Transportation in and out
- Food and Mineral water
- 2. Cook (a person in charge of preparing
- fresh food every day)
- 3. Guide (English speaking)
- 4. Park ranger which is compulsory
- Park entrance fees
- 5. Camping equipment such as Tent,
- 6. Mattress and Sleeping bags.
- 7. Mule and muleteers for loading and
- unloading stuff and luggage
Price doesn't Include:
- 1. International air/flight tickets,
- 2. Alcohol beverages,
- 3. Tourist Insurance,
- 4. Video filming and photography fees,
- 5. Tips and items of personal nature like
- laundry, souvenirs, etc
- 6. All expense that are not mentioned in
- the included part
answer oneYou must be at least 15 years old to be eligible to participate in the majority of our trips. For all minors, an adult must accompany them. Our Adventure tours have a minimum age limit of 18. Younger children can accompany the adults in leisure and educational trips, but check the trips for their individual age requirements on the trip details page.
Usually, our trips don’t have a maximum age limit, but a Self-Assessment Form is required for participants who are 70 years and above.
Yes, there are a lot of solo travelers in each group and it adds an extra dimension to the trip by allowing you to know like-minded people and share your experiences. About 60% of our groups are solo , other are group of friends and couples .
After your payment is completed and your booking is confirmed, if you cancel your booking 45 or more days before the departure, you will get a 50% refund. If your trip is departing in less than 45 days, the amount is non-refundable. So we highly recommend taking an all-inclusive insurance policy, so you know your investment is secure! For further information regarding cancellation and refund, please refer to our terms and conditions.
Some of the meals, accommodation, transport and activities (it will be indicated in detail in the itinerary). We try to include more to add value in your trip.
Mainly international flight tickets to the reporting destination, visa fees and insurance fees which is a must.
If I am a solo traveller, will I be charged single supplement?
Our accommodations on most of the tours are on a twin share basis. We believe that accommodations are an integral part a great trip. Our accommodations are good quality hotels, wherever provisional. The type of accommodation depends on the trip and can differ throughout the trip. You can get the exact list of accommodations just before the start of the tour.
As a solo traveller, you will be paired up with another participant of the same gender as per your passport information. If you’re not comfortable sharing a room with someone, you also have the choice to pay for a single supplement.