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There are numerous animals that habitate in the Churchura National Park and some of these include elephants, buffalos, antelopes, crocodiles, many aqua life, lions, hippos, the wild boar, different types of monkeys some of which include the Vervet monkeys, baboons, the porcupine which belongs to the rodent family, the Desert Warthog and leopards and many more others 

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Simien Mountain 11 Days Sankaber, Gech, Chenek, Ras Dashin

Twenty kilometers north-east of Gondar, the Simien Mountains National Park covers 179 square kilometers of highland area at an average elevation of 3,300 meters. Ras Dashen, at 4,620 meters the highest peak in Ethiopia, stands adjacent to the park. Visit spectacular scenery in the "Grand Canyon of Africa",Endemic wildlife: Walia Ibex, Ethiopian wolf, Gelada baboon, Many species of birds.

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Bale Mountains 6 Days Bale, Goba, Sanette

The Bale Mountains constitute a 2,400 sq km national park in the Ethiopia Highlands, home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. They provide marvellous trekking territory and offers some of the most beautiful walking in the country with a chance to see several rare species up close.

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Simien Mountains 4 Days Sankaber, Gech, Chenek

A stupendous landscape that stretches as far as the eye can see. Featuring 1,000m high escarpments, rugged pinnacles and towering buttresses, this park is home to the endemic Gelada Monkeys, Walia Ibex and the Ethiopian Wolf and to the World’s highest density of Lammergeyer, the huge bearded-vulture. The park is a scenic gem, the short walks are exciting and wildlife viewing is rewarding.

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