Explore the wonder and the beauty of the endangered Ethiopian Wolf on this one-day tour. The rare wild wolf can be spotted at the Bale Mountains, especially at sunrise. You will have the opportunity to learn about the wolf as we spend the day at the Bale Mountain National Park.
A very early start from your hotel will begin our journey to the park. It covers more than 2,000 square miles and is comprised of five unique habitats. These zones are the Northern Grasslands, Northern Woodlands, Afro-Alpine Meadows, Erica Moorlands and the Harenna Forest. Keep an eye out for not only the lone wolf but also the Bale Monkey, Giant Mole Rat and the Mountain Nyala. There are many other living creatures as well as various plant species throughout the park.
As the world’s most endangered canid, there are only 400 Ethiopian Wolves in existence. They are legally protected here. They roam six mountain top areas of the highlands. One of the country’s five dog species, it is distinguished from others with its larger size, longer legs, red coat and white markings.
We will return to Addis Ababa in the evening.