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Simien Mountains Trekking

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Addis Ababa, Gondar, Ethiopia

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    1-10 Days

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Any Time

  • Starting Location

    Addis Ababa or Gondar

  • Price Includes

    Camping Accommodation - Meal-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner - Entrance fees - Guide fees - Ground Transport - Government tax.

  • Notes

    Price Excludes: Any Flight Cost - Alcoholic Beverages - Any Personal Expense.

Highlights

  • Simien is known for its dramatic landscapes and spectacular scenery comprising deep canyons, escarpments, and dizzying precipices.
  • Pass through the small villages and cultivated fields and high altitude areas, from where the views are breathtaking.
  • The park is home to a variety of rare endemic wildlife, including the walia ibex (a type of mountain goat), the Simien fox, and Gelda Baboon.

Guide

Teddy

 

Trip Info

The Simien Mountains National Park is known for its dramatic landscapes and spectacular scenery comprising deep canyons, escarpments, dizzying precipices, and jagged spires and pinnacles caused by millions of years of erosion.

There are a variety of trekking options, ranging from one-day hikes to treks lasting 10 days; most routes will pass through the small villages and cultivated fields dotted about the lower valleys before reaching the plateaus and high altitude areas, from where the views are breathtaking. The park is home to a variety of rare endemic wildlife, including the walia ibex (a type of mountain goat), the Simien fox and troops of bleeding heart gelada baboons that live in the cliffs. Large birds of prey, such as the lammergeyer, can also be seen.

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