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Covering 179 square kilometers the Simien Mountains National Park lies between 1,900 and 4,430 meters. It is in the Afro alpine zone and the temperature regularly falls below freezing at night. Rosita Forbes, in From Red sea to Blue Nile A thousand Miles of Ethiopia, said this about the Simien mountains:

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Bale Mountains area is described by many visitors as the best-kept secret of Ethiopia. Bale mountains national park is 2,400 square kilometers in area converting a wide range of habitats and ranging in altitude form 1500 to 4,377 meters at the highest point in southern Ethiopia. The area of the park is divided into two major parts by the spectacular Harenna escarpment that runs from east to west.

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Many of Ethiopia’s picturesque Amharic place names conjure up in stant and colorful images of their location , and Necdhisar National park is no exception, ‘Nechisar National park.

The park is 514 square kilometres in area, 78 of these being water , altitude ranges from 1,108 to 1,650 metres 93,634 to 5,412 feet and temperatures between 11*and 26*c(52*and79*f Rainfall overages 880 mm ( 34 inches) and mainly falls from march to may and September to November.

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Awash National Park is situated in the lowlands to the east of Addis Ababa, on the main Addis-Djibouti highway, which bisects the park. Its southern boundary is in part, one of the major rivers of the country, which swings north soon after living the park and eventually disappears into the wastes of the Danakil region.

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Known locally as Tis Isat- ‘Smoke of Fire’- the Blue Nile Falls is the most dramatic spectacle. The area can get up to four hundred metres wide when it floods, and drop over a sheer chasm more than forty–five meters deep, the falls throw up a continuous spray of water which drenches onlooker up to a kilometer away. This misty deluge produces rainbows, shimmering across the gorge, and a small perennial rainforest of lush green vegetation, to the delight of the many multicolored birds that inhabit the area.

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With mysterious ancient stelae fields, numerous hot springs and five unique Rift valley lakes hosting everything from historical island monasteries to endangered birds, this 275km-long corridor is more than just a gateway to southern Ethiopia.

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Covering an area of 2496 sq km, the Yabelo Wildlife Sanctuary was originally created to protect the endemic Swayne’s hartebeest. How over, it’s now better known for two truly unique range-restricted bird species. Although commonly seen within the sanctuary, the Stresemann’s bush crow and white-tailed swallow are not found anywhere else in the world. Why they never stray more than 100 km from here is still anyone’s guess. The semi-endemic brown sawing is also found here.

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Originally established to protect the endemic Swayne’s hartebeest, the open acacia woodlands of the Senkele Wildlife Sanctuary also hosts Bohor reedbucks, greater kudus, spotted hyenas, serval and civet cats, caracals, warthogs, common jackals and oribi antelopes. The globally threatened Aquila clanga ( greater spotted eagle) is one of 191 bird species documented. With a population of approximately 450. The Swayne’s hartebeest is the most easily spotted species in this 36sq km.

Rising in the highlands south-west of the capital of Addis Ababa the Omo river courses south for almost 1,000 kilometers but never reaches the sea . it is the sole feeder of Lake Turkana, East Africans fourth largest lake , which the river enters just north of the Kenya border.

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To the south is the capital of Southern Nations Nationalities Regional State, Awasa, situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Awasa. Enclosed by a gentle chain of mountains, the lake provides an ideal spot for fishing and boating. The lake-twenty –one meters ( 69 feet) deep, with a circumference of sixty-two kilometers (38 miles) –boasts good hotels and campsites, as well as an interesting countryside featuring coffee plantations, fruit groves and the Bale Mountains rising away in the east. The town is also the site of an agricultural research station.

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120km east from Goba is one of the most spectacular extensive cave systems in the world. Created by the Web River in the limestone rock, the caves are an extraordinary natural phenomenon and a place of breathtaking beauty. Great caverns have been carved out of the rock creating soaring underground chambers.

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An easy side trip directly across from lake Langano, is the Abijatta-Shalla Lakes National park. Lake Abjatta is very shallow at only fourteen meters deep while Lake Shalla, by contrast, is the deepest in the Ethiopian Rift valley at 260 meters deep. Bird life is significant in this area and includes the yellow masked weaver, the red-billed buffalo weaver, the red–billed hornbill, the African fish eagle, the Didric’s cuckoo, the Abyssinian roller, and the superb starling.

Rivaling the attraction of the Blue Nile falls are the thirty- seven islands scattered about on the 3000 square kilometer surface of Ethiopia’s largest body of water, Lake Tana. Some twenty of these islands shelter churches and monasteries of historic significant and cultural interest. They are decorated with beautiful paintings and are the repository of innumerable treasures.

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