Simien Mountain National Park

Simien Mountains National Park is one of the national parks of Ethiopia. Located in the Semien (North) Gondar Zone of the Amhara Region, its territory covers the Semien Mountains and includes Ras Dejen/ Ras Dashan, the highest point in Ethiopia. It is home to a number of endangered species, including the Ethiopian wolf and the Walia ibex, a wild goat found nowhere else in the world. The gelada baboon and the caracal, a cat, also occur within the Simien Mountains. More than 50 species of birds inhabit the park, including the impressive bearded vulture, or lammergeier, with its 3 m (10 ft)) wingspan.

Bale Mountain National Park

The BMNP covers the largest area higher than 3000m above sea level (asl) in Africa. The highest peak in the BMNP, Tullu Dimtuu, at an altitude of 4377m asl, is the second-highest peak in Ethiopia. The park includes an Afroalpine plateau over 3500m asl, which is the largest area of Afro-alpine habitat on the African continent, as well as a major section of moist tropical forest, the second-largest in Ethiopia. The Bale Mountains possess many habitats rich in fauna and flora. More than 170 birds are known from the Park area. Since the Bale Mountains are isolated from other similar habitats in Africa by low and dry areas, many endemic species are found.

Abune Yosef Mountain Conservation area

Abune Yoseph Mountain offers visitors stunning views and wildlife viewing opportunities. During the 2-5 day treks in Abune Yoseph /Zigit and Abohay Gariya Community Conservation Area (AZACCA), visitors can see an impressive array of flora and fauna including giant lobelia, troops of gelada baboons, and the rare Ethiopia wolf. Located north of Lalibela, the afro-montane environment offers a perfect complement to the cultural and historical experience of the Lalibela rock-hewn churches. 

Borena-Sayint National Park

Formerly known as Denkoro Chaka state reserve) is found in the central Amhara development corridor of Ethiopia, which is about 600km from Addis Ababa through Debre Birhan, 300km from Bahir-Dar through Merto Lemariam and 200km southwest of Dessie. The Park, apart from its marvelous scenery and diversified flora, it is the home of different mammals, amphibians, and birds. More than 23 mammals and over 77 different birds have been identified. Four large mammals, namely Ethiopian wolf or Keyie Kebero Canis simensis, Gelada baboon Theropithecus gelada, Stark’s Hare Lepus starckii and Menelik’s bushbuck Tragelaphus Scriptus Menelik are found in the park.

Tiss Issat, Guna Mountain and Choke Mountain

The Tiss Issat is one of the incredible waterfall originated from the Lake Tana area 30 km away, however, the water decreases during the dry season. And the undiscovered Choke Mountain tower of the Blue Nile River source is one of the trekking sites. The two sites were the historic route for the Ethiopian Wolf Canis simensis.

Menz-Guassa Community Conservation Area

Community-based conserved area the Guassa Community Conservation area is located in the Amhara Regional State of North Shoa Zone, in the Gera-Keya Woreda popularly known as Menz. It is 277 km north east of Addis Ababa by road. Its total area is estimated at 78000 hectares, and its altitude ranges from 3200 to 3700 m above sea level. The area derives its name from the so-called "Guassa grass,”. Trek on foot or on travel by mule to experience Ethiopia’s unique natural and cultural heritage and traditional village life in the Ethiopian highlands. Discover breathtaking views bursting with endemic birds and mammals such as the iconic Ethiopian wolf and the charismatic gelada. The stunning scenery …

Altash National Park

ANP which was established legally in 20,  February 2006 published in regional legal issues publication newsletter ‘Zekere Heg’ by the regional council with Regulation act No 38/2005, is located northwestern part of Ethiopia between bordered with Dinder National Park, Sudan. Almost 97% of the area is flat plain from top view interrupted by various streams hills. Altash has a variety of fauna and flora that requires conservation. Altaish has unique biotypes that are not included in any of the protected areas of the country that consist of Sudan Guinea Biome. Permanent rivers bordering the park, like Ayima and Galegu provide fishery resources to the local communities besides being the main water sources of people and animals. It is one of the best birding and trekking areas.