Yangudi Rassa National Park

Lying 350 km northeast of Addis Ababa, this 2,700 sq km park is in the arid Northern Rift lowlands. It is traversed by the Awash River and inhabited by among its unusual animals is the Somali Wild Ass - ancestor of the domestic Donkey. Other mammals within the park are typical of the arid Horn of Africa; Gravy’s Zebra, Greater and Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk and the Cheetah.

Yangudi Rassa National Park

Other equally important parks and Sanctuaries to be visited are Gambela National Park and many other wildlife Sanctuaries; Senkele Swayne’s Hartebeest Sanctuary, Babile Elephant Sanctuary and Yabelo Abyssinian Bush Crow (endemic bird species) Sanctuary are very interesting for visitors.

Apart from its Historic Site, Beautiful Landscape, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Ethiopia is a home for people of unique cultures and way of life, especially to the southern and southwestern parts of the country you will be experiencing people of extraordinary way of life.