Ethiopia is a beautiful, diverse and exciting country - we'd love to share it with you.
What to do in Ethiopia
With over 928 species of birds Ethiopia is birdwatcher’s paradise. That it has 16 endemic and 15 near endemic species (shared only with Eritrea) makes Ethiopia a must for birdwatchers.
With the population not more than 500 individuals, the Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis) is the rarest canid in the world. While there are more than seven separate populations of this species, half of the total population is found in the Bale Mountains National Park.
Geladas (Theropithecus gelada) are unique species of grass eating monkeys only found in Ethiopia. While they are common in many parts of the country, thousands of them live and hundreds of them can be seen in the Simen Mountains National Park.
Ethiopia is the home of all the big games of African savanah plus unique species found nowhere else including Mountain Nyala, Menelik’s Bushbuck, Walia Ibex and Ethiopian Wolf, Swayne’s Heartbeat, Wild Ass, Bale Monkey and Gelada Monkey.