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Bale Mountains

Comprising of the Tullu Demtu, Mount Batu and the Weyib River, the Bale Mountains are awash with nature. Bale Mountains National Park is one of the best places to discover the Mountain’s wildlife, covering 2,200 square kilometres of the Ethiopian Highlands.

The National Park is home to many animals such as lion, leopard, antelope, and the Ethiopian Wolf. The Harenna Forest (located south of the mountains) is thought to inhabit many undiscovered species of wildlife, due to it being largely unexplored. The park offers many trekking opportunities for those wanting to explore.

The opportunity to observe animals and birdlife are common here, making it a popular attraction amongst visitors.

Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198

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With the rains stopping in early October, to get the driest weather for outside exploring and the clearest night skies for stargazing, the best time to travel to the Bale Mountains is between the months of late October through to early June. Read More

With the rains stopping in early October, to get the driest weather for outside exploring and the clearest night skies for stargazing, the best time to travel to the Bale Mountains is between the months of late October through to early June. Nights can be cold so be sure to pack accordingly.
For those who don't mind frequent rain, the months of July to November can be quite an experience to visit this area, with the stunning scenery worth visiting to witness it's fertile transition.

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