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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
U.S.A

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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
C.A
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

Getty Azod
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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

Bennett, Kimberly and James
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Very interesting experience! Eye opening and informative trip!

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Fantastic! Every thing was well organized and we stayed at wonderful hotels.

Abbey Reynolds
California
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Great care was taken to ensure our comfort. I would have enjoyed having more time to walk in the valley near Lalibela. Wonderful trip! Thank you!

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Ethiopia Bird watching holiday Print E-mail

Overview


Program: Ethiopia Bird watching holiday
Tour ID: GHET-BD-008
Duration: 10 Days
Transport: Surface
Activities: Endemic birds, game animals,culture, breathtaking highland scenery, Endemic birds,   and  so much more

Bird watching

Ethiopia is a must for every bird enthusiast, with 861 bird species, out of which 16 are endemic. Many of the National Parks provide areas less affected by human activities where a broader range of bird species can usually be seen.

The itinerary below will guarantee a lot of endemic sightings, and of course wonderful scenery. But one can go bird watching anywhere in Ethiopia: on the Historic Route (Lake Tana provides excellent birding), or in Nech Sar, Mago and Omo parks. Grand Holidays Ethiopia Travel will provide a trained ornithologist to accompany visitors on these tours, and can arrange short birding extensions around Addis Ababa.

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Itinerary:      

Day 01. Arrive Addis Ababa

Arrive in Addis Ababa (ADD), Ethiopia. Welcome to Ethiopia! Upon arrival at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, you will be welcomed and assisted by your tour guide and driver for the transfer to your hotel.

After check in to hotel,  we will drive about 20 KM  west of Addis to Gefersa  Reservoir . Here we expect to spot some endemic birds including, the beautiful Blue-winged Goose, Rouget's Rail, Black-headed Sis kin, white collared pigeon, Watteled Ibis and Abyssinian Long claw . We will also have the chance to see some migratory birds coming to this  area especially from early October to the end of April. The Ortolon bunting, three banded plover, Little-ringed plover, Yellow-Bishops, and Marsh Harrier are also seen here. We will back to the hotel late afternoon.

Overnight: Kaleb Hotel-Addis Ababa.

Day 02: Addis Ababa-Sululta Plain -Debre Libanos

We take the road north, crossing the Sululta Plain, stopping at the Jemma River gorge before proceeding to Debre Libanos, an important monastic and religious center for more  than 700 years. Many endemic birds can be seen here and also an endemic mammal: the Gelada (bleeding heart) baboon.
After a short drive from Addis Ababa,  we will have a brief stop to spot around Sululta plains  for few birds like Black- winged Plover, Red breasted Wheatear, Tawny eagle, Pectoral- patched Cist cola and some others. Around the monastery and the gorge, we expect a few endemics like the White-billed starling, Abyssinian woodpecker, Black-headed forest Oriole, Rupell’s and white-winged cliff chats. The river gorge itself is so rich  for the birds of prey. The Lammergeyer, Verreaux's eagle, Egyptian and White-backed Vultures, Lanner Falcon, and Peregrine are some of the few which can be spotted. After exploring the different sites on this route,  drive back to Addis Ababa for an overnight.

Overnight: Kaleb Hotel-Addis Ababa.

Day 03 : Addis Ababa-Wendogenet

In the morning, drive south to the Ethiopian Great Rift Valley Region through debrezeit, Koka and Zway.
Our first stop - page would be at Cheleklaka wetland near Debra Zeit some 45 Krn east of Addis Ababa, where a lot of water birds are quite seen. The White-backed and Knob billed Ducks, African spoonbill; Avocet, Pintails, Grebes and Widgeon are easily seen. Then we proceed to Ziway via Koka Dam with short road- side stops for different woodland birds. We will have lunch at Ziway where a great variety of birds occur. The Lake Ziway covers an area of about 447 square kilometer; that makes it the 4th largest lake in the country. Here, we expect to see the African pygmy Goose, Malachite and pied king Fishers, Lesser Jacana, Black Heron, different Terns, Pelican, Grey-headed and Lesser Black-backed Gull, African fish eagle, Black-crake, Allen's Gallinule and a lot over. Then we continue to Wondo Genet for an overnight staying with a short stop at the acacia woodland area for Cardinal and bearded woodpeckers, Brubru, Red- faced Crombec and Red billed Hornbill.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Wendogenet.

Day 04: Wendogenet

A full days birding in the Wondo Genet forest which is a home to few endemics and other forest dweller birds. The Banded-Barbet, Yellow fronted Parrot, Narina's Trogon, Abyssinian woodpecker, Half-collard kingfisher, White-checked Turaco, Mountain wagtail, Lesser and Scaly-throated Honey guide, Red-billed Starling, African little sparrow hawk, Ayer's Hawk eagle, Crowned eagle, Sharp's starling, Lemon Dove, Double toothed Barbet, Emerald cuckoo Shrike, Abyssinian ground Thrush, Scaly francolin, Broad-billed Roller, Saw wing and Lesser striped swallows are amongst other specialties of the area.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Wendogenet.

Days 05: wendogenet-Bale Mountains

Leaving Wondo Genet Resort we make our way towards the Bale Mountains Park. It is about 220 km up to Goba on a rough road, but very scenic and ornithological exciting. Amongst an interesting collection of endemic birds we expect to see the Spot-breasted plover, Black winged Lovebird, Thick billed Raven, White backed Black Tit and the beautiful Abyssinian cat- bird. The Bale Mountains is also a home to different mammals like the beautiful Ethiopia wolf, Mountain Nyala, Menelik’s Bushbuck, Wart hog, Bohor reedbuck and Klipspringer. As we enter the park, we shall see the Chestnut napped Francolin, Rouget's Rail, Abyssinian long Claw, Stone chat and Baglafetch weavers along the roadside and Mountain buzzard in the air
Drive west to Bale Mountains National park where 16 endemic species have been recorded, including Simien Wolf , and Mountain Nyala.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Goba.

Day 06: Bale Mountains

A full day Bird watching in the Bale Mountains NP, the largest moorland tract in Africa lying between 2000mts and 4377mts above we sea level. Today we spend most of our time on the Sanattie plateau and in the forest near Goba. The Red-breasted Sparrow hawk, crowned eagle, Verreaux’s eagle, Golden eagle, Lammergeyer and Steppe eagle are amongst of the birds of prey we are seeing. In this wonder- full Afro-alpine habitat, we also expect the beautiful Watteled crane, Moorland francolin, Ruddy Shelduck, Malachite sunbird, and African snipe. The Sanattie plateau is also home to the elegant Ethiopian Wolf and the Giant mole rat.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Goba.

Day 07: Goba-Awassa

Early in the morning, drive back to the lakes region. In the afternoon, birdwatching around Lake Awassa which is a home to a  great variety of bird species. of these, the Banded snake Eagle, Grey Kestrel, Giant kingfisher, Purple swamp Hen, Allen's Gallinule, Lesser Jacana, Saddle billed Stork, Purple and Goliath herons, Sulpher breasted bush Shrike, black headed Batis, Violet-backed Starling, Bruce's Green Pigeon, African pygmy Kingfisher, Red-breasted wryneck, Great spotted Eagle, Spotted creeper, Green shank, Wood sand Piper, Marsh sand Piper, Grey kingfisher, Blue-headed Coucal, Klaus’s and Dederic cuckoos are one of the varieties that the lake and the wood land areas are offering, Awassa also producing mammals like the beautiful Colobus and Vervet Monkeys, Olive Baboon and Hippopotamus.

Overnight: Haile Resort-Awassa.

Day 08: Awassa-Bishangari

Today we drive to Bishagari, an ecology located on the shore of one of the Great rift Valley Lakes.  Around the ecology and the shore of the lake you will  see different savanna-woodland species like the Bare-faced Go away bird, Von der Deck en’s Hornbill, Abyssinian ground Hornbill, Rattling and, Boran cist colas, Rufus crowned Roller, Lilac breasted Roller, Black wood-hoopoe, Black-billed wood-hoopoe, Cardinal and Bearded wood peckers, Fawn colored Lark, Yellow vented Eremomela, Red-faced Crombec, Marico and Beautiful sunbirds and Black crowned Tchagra.

Overnight: Bishangari Lodge-Langano.

Day 09: Bishangar-Abijata Shalla-Addis Ababa

After spending part of the morning around the lake, drive back to Addis Ababa with different stops at different spots including Abijata and Shalla lakes.
On lake Abijata, in addition to the different savanna-woodland birds, you will be able to see  thousands of lesser flamingos that feeding and nesting in and around the lake, then we proceed to Ziway for lunch. On the drive back to Addis, we will also have a brief stop at  Hora Creator Lake in Debra Zeit.

Overnight: Kaleb Hotel-Addis Ababa.

Day 10: Full day in Addis Ababa-Departure

Today you will have full day city tour of Addis Ababa. Today, you will have city tour and sightseeing tour of Addis Ababa which includes the National Museum, Ethnographic Museum, Merkato, Piassa and other parts of the city.

This morning, you will visit the National Museum and the Ethnographic Museum. The National Museum of Ethiopia: This is one of the best museums in quality and diversity of the exhibits. Archeological exhibits include the 3.5 million-year-old fossil of Lucy (or Dinkinesh – ‘thou art wonderful’- in the native language), a hominoid woman of the specious of Australopithecus Afarensis. The discovery of Lucy’s fossil in 1974 forced a complete rethink of human genealogy, providing that our ancestors were walking 2.5 million years earlier than had been supposed. The National Museum also contains many wonderful artifacts dating back to pre-Axumite civilization. The Ethnographic Museum is very different to the National Museum, but equally absorbing, this museum exhibit, a varied array of artifacts and daily objects related to most ethnic groups in Ethiopia.

In the afternoon, city tour of Addis will continue with Merkato, the largest open-air market in the continent and the other part of the city including Piassa and Churchill Avenue.
In the evening, transfer to Addis Ababa airport for the flight back home. End of tour!

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Itinerary

Itinerary

Day 01. Arrive Addis Ababa

Arrive in Addis Ababa (ADD), Ethiopia. Welcome to Ethiopia! Upon arrival at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, you will be welcomed and assisted by your tour guide and driver for the transfer to your hotel.

After check in to hotel,  we will drive about 20 KM  west of Addis to Gefersa  Reservoir . Here we expect to spot some endemic birds including, the beautiful Blue-winged Goose, Rouget's Rail, Black-headed Sis kin, white collared pigeon, Watteled Ibis and Abyssinian Long claw . We will also have the chance to see some migratory birds coming to this  area especially from early October to the end of April. The Ortolon bunting, three banded plover, Little-ringed plover, Yellow-Bishops, and Marsh Harrier are also seen here. We will back to the hotel late afternoon.

Overnight: Kaleb Hotel-Addis Ababa.

Day 02: Addis Ababa-Sululta Plain -Debre Libanos

We take the road north, crossing the Sululta Plain, stopping at the Jemma River gorge before proceeding to Debre Libanos, an important monastic and religious center for more  than 700 years. Many endemic birds can be seen here and also an endemic mammal: the Gelada (bleeding heart) baboon.
After a short drive from Addis Ababa,  we will have a brief stop to spot around Sululta plains  for few birds like Black- winged Plover, Red breasted Wheatear, Tawny eagle, Pectoral- patched Cist cola and some others. Around the monastery and the gorge, we expect a few endemics like the White-billed starling, Abyssinian woodpecker, Black-headed forest Oriole, Rupell’s and white-winged cliff chats. The river gorge itself is so rich  for the birds of prey. The Lammergeyer, Verreaux's eagle, Egyptian and White-backed Vultures, Lanner Falcon, and Peregrine are some of the few which can be spotted. After exploring the different sites on this route,  drive back to Addis Ababa for an overnight.

Overnight: Kaleb Hotel-Addis Ababa.

Day 03 : Addis Ababa-Wendogenet

In the morning, drive south to the Ethiopian Great Rift Valley Region through debrezeit, Koka and Zway.
Our first stop - page would be at Cheleklaka wetland near Debra Zeit some 45 Krn east of Addis Ababa, where a lot of water birds are quite seen. The White-backed and Knob billed Ducks, African spoonbill; Avocet, Pintails, Grebes and Widgeon are easily seen. Then we proceed to Ziway via Koka Dam with short road- side stops for different woodland birds. We will have lunch at Ziway where a great variety of birds occur. The Lake Ziway covers an area of about 447 square kilometer; that makes it the 4th largest lake in the country. Here, we expect to see the African pygmy Goose, Malachite and pied king Fishers, Lesser Jacana, Black Heron, different Terns, Pelican, Grey-headed and Lesser Black-backed Gull, African fish eagle, Black-crake, Allen's Gallinule and a lot over. Then we continue to Wondo Genet for an overnight staying with a short stop at the acacia woodland area for Cardinal and bearded woodpeckers, Brubru, Red- faced Crombec and Red billed Hornbill.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Wendogenet.

Day 04: Wendogenet

A full days birding in the Wondo Genet forest which is a home to few endemics and other forest dweller birds. The Banded-Barbet, Yellow fronted Parrot, Narina's Trogon, Abyssinian woodpecker, Half-collard kingfisher, White-checked Turaco, Mountain wagtail, Lesser and Scaly-throated Honey guide, Red-billed Starling, African little sparrow hawk, Ayer's Hawk eagle, Crowned eagle, Sharp's starling, Lemon Dove, Double toothed Barbet, Emerald cuckoo Shrike, Abyssinian ground Thrush, Scaly francolin, Broad-billed Roller, Saw wing and Lesser striped swallows are amongst other specialties of the area.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Wendogenet.

Days 05: wendogenet-Bale Mountains

Leaving Wondo Genet Resort we make our way towards the Bale Mountains Park. It is about 220 km up to Goba on a rough road, but very scenic and ornithological exciting. Amongst an interesting collection of endemic birds we expect to see the Spot-breasted plover, Black winged Lovebird, Thick billed Raven, White backed Black Tit and the beautiful Abyssinian cat- bird. The Bale Mountains is also a home to different mammals like the beautiful Ethiopia wolf, Mountain Nyala, Menelik’s Bushbuck, Wart hog, Bohor reedbuck and Klipspringer. As we enter the park, we shall see the Chestnut napped Francolin, Rouget's Rail, Abyssinian long Claw, Stone chat and Baglafetch weavers along the roadside and Mountain buzzard in the air
Drive west to Bale Mountains National park where 16 endemic species have been recorded, including Simien Wolf , and Mountain Nyala.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Goba.

Day 06: Bale Mountains

A full day Bird watching in the Bale Mountains NP, the largest moorland tract in Africa lying between 2000mts and 4377mts above we sea level. Today we spend most of our time on the Sanattie plateau and in the forest near Goba. The Red-breasted Sparrow hawk, crowned eagle, Verreaux’s eagle, Golden eagle, Lammergeyer and Steppe eagle are amongst of the birds of prey we are seeing. In this wonder- full Afro-alpine habitat, we also expect the beautiful Watteled crane, Moorland francolin, Ruddy Shelduck, Malachite sunbird, and African snipe. The Sanattie plateau is also home to the elegant Ethiopian Wolf and the Giant mole rat.

Overnight: Wabishebele Hotel-Goba.

Day 07: Goba-Awassa

Early in the morning, drive back to the lakes region. In the afternoon, birdwatching around Lake Awassa which is a home to a  great variety of bird species. of these, the Banded snake Eagle, Grey Kestrel, Giant kingfisher, Purple swamp Hen, Allen's Gallinule, Lesser Jacana, Saddle billed Stork, Purple and Goliath herons, Sulpher breasted bush Shrike, black headed Batis, Violet-backed Starling, Bruce's Green Pigeon, African pygmy Kingfisher, Red-breasted wryneck, Great spotted Eagle, Spotted creeper, Green shank, Wood sand Piper, Marsh sand Piper, Grey kingfisher, Blue-headed Coucal, Klaus’s and Dederic cuckoos are one of the varieties that the lake and the wood land areas are offering, Awassa also producing mammals like the beautiful Colobus and Vervet Monkeys, Olive Baboon and Hippopotamus.

Overnight: Haile Resort-Awassa.

Day 08: Awassa-Bishangari

Today we drive to Bishagari, an ecology located on the shore of one of the Great rift Valley Lakes.  Around the ecology and the shore of the lake you will  see different savanna-woodland species like the Bare-faced Go away bird, Von der Deck en’s Hornbill, Abyssinian ground Hornbill, Rattling and, Boran cist colas, Rufus crowned Roller, Lilac breasted Roller, Black wood-hoopoe, Black-billed wood-hoopoe, Cardinal and Bearded wood peckers, Fawn colored Lark, Yellow vented Eremomela, Red-faced Crombec, Marico and Beautiful sunbirds and Black crowned Tchagra.

Overnight: Bishangari Lodge-Langano.

Day 09: Bishangar-Abijata Shalla-Addis Ababa

After spending part of the morning around the lake, drive back to Addis Ababa with different stops at different spots including Abijata and Shalla lakes.
On lake Abijata, in addition to the different savanna-woodland birds, you will be able to see  thousands of lesser flamingos that feeding and nesting in and around the lake, then we proceed to Ziway for lunch. On the drive back to Addis, we will also have a brief stop at  Hora Creator Lake in Debra Zeit.

Overnight: Kaleb Hotel-Addis Ababa.

Day 10: Full day in Addis Ababa-Departure

Today you will have full day city tour of Addis Ababa. Today, you will have city tour and sightseeing tour of Addis Ababa which includes the National Museum, Ethnographic Museum, Merkato, Piassa and other parts of the city.

This morning, you will visit the National Museum and the Ethnographic Museum. The National Museum of Ethiopia: This is one of the best museums in quality and diversity of the exhibits. Archeological exhibits include the 3.5 million-year-old fossil of Lucy (or Dinkinesh – ‘thou art wonderful’- in the native language), a hominoid woman of the specious of Australopithecus Afarensis. The discovery of Lucy’s fossil in 1974 forced a complete rethink of human genealogy, providing that our ancestors were walking 2.5 million years earlier than had been supposed. The National Museum also contains many wonderful artifacts dating back to pre-Axumite civilization. The Ethnographic Museum is very different to the National Museum, but equally absorbing, this museum exhibit, a varied array of artifacts and daily objects related to most ethnic groups in Ethiopia.

In the afternoon, city tour of Addis will continue with Merkato, the largest open-air market in the continent and the other part of the city including Piassa and Churchill Avenue.
In the evening, transfer to Addis Ababa airport for the flight back home. End of tour!

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Program: Ethiopia Bird watching holiday
Tour ID: GHET-BD-008
Duration: 10 Days
Transport: Surface
Activities: culture, breathtaking highland scenery, endemic mammals,  and  so much more

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With 861 birds specious, Ethiopia is truly a birding paradise for bird enthusiasts. Grand Holidays Ethiopia Tours arranges special birding holiday for people interested in bird watching. Whether you are planning for a short bird watching trip or a long birding holiday in Ethiopia, we would be happy to put together a special birding tour program which suits your time and interest for your bird watching trip in Ethiopia.