Gambella National Park

This is a remote and swampy park that is not so well protected so it is invaded by cotton plantations and Sudanese refugee camps. Yet animals such as elephant, buffalo, lion, roan antelope, tiang, Lelwel hartebeest, olive baboon and gureza monkey can be seen as well as many interesting birds.

When you follow the track at the east side of the park, take a stop at Lake Alware and scenic Lake Tata.Or follow the road along the north border of the park to pass an area inhabited by the Anuak fishermen and Nuer pastoralists. It seems as if time has stopped ages ago here and they still live their lives untouched by modern influences. You can see many birds, crocodiles and forest mammals on this route.

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Ethiopia - Main Office

Haile G/Selassie Avenue
Haile Building 5th floor # 507
P.O.Box: 62747
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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+251-116-628710
+251-116-180989
+251-930-034888 ( Mr.Tariku W.Yadete)

Branch office in USA

Yama Ethiopia Tours
4431 Renaissance Drive
San Jose, CA
95134
Tel: +1408 5293959
Mr. Habtamu Abuhay
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Get in touch

Ethiopia - Main Office

Haile G/Selassie Avenue
Haile Building 5th floor # 507
P.O.Box: 62747
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
+251-116-628710
+251-116-180989
+251-930-034888 ( Mr.Tariku W.Yadete)

Branch office in USA

Yama Ethiopia Tours
4431 Renaissance Drive
San Jose, CA
95134
Tel: +1408 5293959
Mr. Habtamu Abuhay
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]