Bird Watching Long trip program

Great Hornbill, Ethiopia endemic bird
Kingfisher Bird watching, Rift Valley, Ethiopia
Bird watching, Rift Valley lakes, Ethiopia
Bird watching, Rift Valley lakes, Ethiopia
Bird watching, Rift Valley lakes, Ethiopia
Bird watching, Rift Valley lakes, Ethiopia
Bird watching,Ethiopia
Bird watching, Ethiopia
Awash River in Awash National Park East Ethiopia
Bird watching, Rift Valley lakes, Ethiopia
Bird Watching in Ethiopia
Kingfisher Bird watching Rift Valley, Ethiopia
Pelican Bird watching in Chamo lake, Rift Valley, South Ethiopia
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20 days / 19 nights

 Easy

Standard 3* Hotel, Camping or Lodge

Surface

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included unless otherwise mentioned

Individual, start from 2 people

Price on request

Departure every week, on request – best period September to February

Tour code BW01

or call + 33 6 60 39 02 19 (Europe)
or call + 251 911 657 576 / 166 717 (Addis)
or  contact@ethiopiatropicaltours.com

or let’s arrange a tailor-made tour for you, based on your own requirements.

Ethiopia, the Ornithological Paradise, is known for an impressive number of species of birds, such as waterfowland wading birds, a large suite of song bird, game birds, raptors, nighthaws and swifts.

You will find in Ethiopia 850 birds species and among these species, 16 are considered as endemics.

Most of bird watching itineraries are located in the South and the East parts of the Country. You will visit : Ankober, Awash National Park, Rift Valley lakes and Bale Mountains.

Highlights :

  • Ankober
  • Bilen
  • Awash
  • Bale Mountains
  • Sof Omar
  • Negele
  • Yabello
  • Awash
  • Woliso
  • Gibe Gorge

The proposal trip will take a minimum of 3 weeks but we can organize a 10 days trip. You will see during the 10 days trip most of endemic birds and other bird species.

The best season for birdwatching is from the beginning of September up to February. Between November and February, migrants birds raise the bird population and widen species as well.