Discover the less visited areas of Ethiopia and its endemic wildlife
Ethiopia’s wildlife credentials are surprising. The country’s varied ecosystems are home to 277 species of mammals and over 800 species of birds. Wildlife populations may not be as large as in neighbouring Kenya but the country’s endemic species and the lack of tourists make this trip a rewarding experience.
On some departures we follow an alternative itinerary with three days hiking in the Bale Mountains to get closer to the Ethiopian wolves.
What makes this trip responsible?
Many children from disadvantaged families in Ethiopia do not have access to a balanced diet. Exodus’ partners, The Kindu Trust, amongst other projects, run a youth club in Gondar where children can get supplementary education and participate in extracurricular activities. The aim of this project is to provide a hot nutritious meal, once weekly, for these children which will help in their growth, learning capacity and development.
Please visit our Ethiopia project page for full details
Ethiopian Wolf in the Bale Mountains