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Our tours offer superb wilderness trekking and lead to the main National Park the nicest areas and to the most striking viewing points, as well as to thoroughly unspoiled and rarely visited sites. Enjoy the truly varied scenery, dramatic cliffs and escarpments with plenty of opportunity to spot endemic wildlife, flora and fauna. Besides the trek, you'll delve into Ethiopia's ancient culture and traditions and experience the friendly hospitality of the local people.

The Simien and Bale Mountains as well as Meqdela are the best known and most spectacular sites for keen trekkers. Less known, but not less imposing is Mount Chilalo, the Arba Gugu area in Arsi, and the Chercher Mountains in Harerghe. Trekking can also be arranged within the cultural areas of the Surma people, around the Danakil Depression among the Afar people and around Lalibela with its rock-hewn churches.

the best time is the drier season between October and May, after the rainy season. Also, the rainy season has its own attractions. The plant life is particularly lush and it is the time of colorful flowering vegetation. During June, July and August afternoon showers occur practically every day, but this should not keep you away as the weather is warm and rains usually sets in after midday, which leaves enough time for trekking.

Trekking in Ethiopia does not involve being super-fit. The terrain is usually steep for only short periods and there are mules and donkeys available to carry the luggage. We provide the whole camping equipment (tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, towels, pillows, blankets and all cooking utensils) and our well-trained cook prepares delicious meals while camping.

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  Ethiopia covers an area of 1.14 million square kilometers
Ethiopia is a multi-ethnic state with a great variety of languages spoken in the country
Ethiopia is in the GMT +3 hours time zone. Ethiopia follows the Julian calendar.
The local currency is the Ethiopian Birr (ETB)
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