Muzeyen lives in and specializes in visiting the Bale Mountains, but he has extensive experience planning and leading itineraries far and wide in Ethiopia.

He can create itineraries for just a couple of days or a couple of weeks! You can contact him here.

Some of these destinations include:

  • All Ethiopian National Parks, Reserves and Sanctuaries including Bale Mountains National Park and Simien Mountains National Park
  • Norther Circuit including Lalibela, Axum, Gonder Bahir Dar and more
  • The Danakil Depression and greater Afar region
  • Harar
  • Jimma and Gambella regions
  • The Omo Valley including Konso, Jinka, Mursi, Arba Minch and more
  • The caves of Sof Omar and Shrine of Dire Sheik Hussein

You can read more about the Bale Mountains in the official guidebook linked here. See page 40 for itineraries.

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One thought on “Itineraries

  1. Muzeyen says:

    will meet all clients arriving at the airport regardless of
    arrival time.
    Day 01 Addis Ababa – Bale Mountains National Park
    Drive from Addis to the Bale Mountains National Park. Arrive at the
    park headquarters in the afternoon, in time for a leisurely afternoon
    hike, possibly spotting two endemic mammals that frequent the area:
    Menelik’s Bushbuck and the Mountain Nyala. Birds in this area
    include the Blue-Winged Goose, the Spot-Breasted Lapwing, the
    Abyssinian Long Claw, the Wattled Ibis, the Black-Headed Siskin,
    Rouget’s Rail, and numerous other species.
    Day 02 Trekking Bale Mountains National Park
    Starting from Dinsho, trek to Adelay via the Geysay Valley and the
    Web River, viewing the Web waterfall along the way. During the hike,
    there will be wonderful chances to see the Mountain Nyala,
    Menelik’s Bushbuck, Bohor Reedbuck, and possibly Colobus
    Monkeys. Trekking will take 4 – 5 hours.
    Day 03 Trekking Bale Mountains National Park
    Trek to Wasama through a beautiful landscape with stunning views.
    Pass through Mararo Valley where the Lammergeyer and Verraux
    Eagles keep nests. There will also be a chance a seeing the Ethiopian
    Wolf and other species of birds. Around 7 – 8 hours of trekking.
    Day 04 Trekking Bale Mountains National Park
    Start the day by hiking up Mt. Wasama (4200m) and then continue
    down into the Worgona Valley. Falcons, raptors, and possibly the
    Ethiopian Wolf will be visible. End the day at Lake Gebre Gurracha,
    meaning “black lake” in the Oromic language. Trekking will take 7-8
    hours.
    Day 05 Sanetti Plateau
    Take a short trek from Gebre Gurracha up to the Sanetti Plateau to
    meet vehicles. Explore the Sanetti Plateau by car. This is the best
    place in Ethiopia to view the Ethiopian wolf.
    Day 06 Harenna Forest
    Drive to the Harenna Forest. This is in the southern end of the park
    and holds a unique variety of vegetation. The Harenna Escarpment
    towers 2000m above the edge of the forest and provides stunning
    views. Return to Goba for the night.
    Day 07 Bale Mountains National Park – Addis Ababa
    Drive back to Addis Ababa with stops on the way at Rift Valley
    Lakes. Enjoy dinner at a traditional Ethiopian restaurant featuring
    dancers and musicians representing some of the country’s many
    ethnic groups. Transfer to airport for late night departure

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