Short trekking round trip up to Bwahit Mountain ( 4 430 m) with camping

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8 days / 7 nights

Adventurous – trekking above 3 000 m

Standard 3* Hotel, Camping or Lodge

Surface – Air

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included unless otherwise mentioned

Individual, start from 2 people

Price on request

Departure every week, on request – best period between October and May

Tour code TSM03

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

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

Amazing walking in the Simien Mountains considered as « the Roof of Africa » and known for rare wildlife species and far reaching views.

This short trek has been designed to give you the best of the Simien Mountain in following the classic trails in the National Park.

You will explore stunning scenery, remote villages and abundant unique flora and endemic mammals. You will have the possibility to climb one of the highest peaks of Simien National Park : the Bwahit Mountain (4 430m).

You will also discover the escarpments of Sankaber, Geech, Misma, Chenek.

You will have the possibility to share friendly moments with the local community and witness their culture and their way of life.

This short trip will give a wonderful mountain trekking opportunity for those who seek a unique trekking experience in the North Mountains of Ethiopia.

You will be accompanied by a cook who will prepare all meals. Some mules will escort you to ensure the transportation of all luggage and equipment.

You will visit the historical town of Gondar called The Camelot of Africa.


  • Simien National Park
  • Gondar
  • Peak of Bwahit (4 430 m)
  • Endemic mamals: Gelada baboon, Walia Ibex

Attention points : 

Best period for this tour : dry season, October to May
Need to acclimatise : altitudes above 3 000 m
You should be ready to be on your feet for long time periods (6-8 hours per day and more when you will go on the Bwahit peak).
You will use good trails which are the paths used by local people when they travel between their villages.