Ethiopian Wolf and Endemic Tour
March 3rd – March 21st, 2020
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Guides: Thomas Plath, Pablo Jost (driver/guide)
Cost: approx. $6600.00 CAD
Tour Duration: 18 nights
Tour Starts/Ends: Addis Ababa
Ethiopia has rightly become one of Africa`s leading birding destinations. Its avifauna represents an interesting mixture of east and west African, Palearctic and some strikingly unusual endemic components. In addition to more than 800 species of birds, of which a staggering 52 are endemic or near-endemics to the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia has a number of peculiar mammals, and a scenic diversity and cultural uniqueness that are hard to equal.
For those that seek lots of endemic mammal and bird species, spectacular and dramatic scenery, and unique African cultures, Ethiopia is the place to be. Giant Lobelias, Juniper forest, Ethiopian Wolf the worlds most endangered Canid, Giant Mole Rats, Mountain Nyala are some of the wonderful nature of this rapidly developing country. In a recent 8-day trip 342 birds were observed, showing the high potential of this country.