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Are you a bird watcher? If so, this is by far your ultimate dream. Omo National Park is home to over 318 species of bird, one of which includes the rare black-winged lovebird. This is undoubtedly the most remote and unspoiled of all the Ethiopian National Parks and it is also the largest at 4,068 square kilometers.

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The Rift Valley can be seen from outer space. On its north eastern side you can fine the ‘Dankil Depression’ It is one of the lowest points on the earth at 116m below sea level, and by far THE hottest place on earth. However the Rift Valley also hosts Ethiopia’s second highest peak in the Bale mountains at 4373m above sea level on its south eastern side.

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Arba Minch means ‘Forty Springs’. It is the former capital city of the defunct Gamo- Gofar province.

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In addition to the stunning mountains & lakes, this park protects 84 species of unusual mammals including bushbuck, bushbig, Anabas baboon, velvet & colobus monkey, swayne's hartebeast, bushel's Zebra, African wild dog, greater kudu, gent eat, didk-dik jackal, crocodile and hippopotamus and many more! Moreover, there are 88 bird species to be spotted in the park. During a one day tour including a boat trip in one of the Rift Valley lakes, Lake Chamo a vast allay of wildlife can be seen living peacefully in their own habitats.

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