Ethiopian Wildlife Tours
Ethiopian Adventures is the tour operation division of Simien Lodge, ready to take you to all corners of the country for conservation, photography, trekking, animal and bird safaris as well as the possibility of visiting the incredible cultural and geographic sites that the country has to offer.
Born out of a desire by clients to go deep into the Simien Mountain National Park to photograph the gelada monkeys or the very elusive Ethiopian wolf, the company has now expanded and has modern four-wheel drive vehicles to take clients to the remotes parts of this fascinating country.
The Ethiopian travel market is still in a development stage and not overrun by tourism. All of the tours are conservation based and they are activists in ensuring that the destinations are protected by a long-term vision. Ethiopian Adventures are so far the only Ethiopian company to win conservation awards. (Skal Gold award for Rural Accommodation and Silver African Responsible Tourism Award for our community support).
All the vehicles are brand new. They run Toyota Land Cruisers and Hilux with dust-free hard-tops. Ethiopia is a large country and the comfort of their clients is of prime concern. They only use good quality accommodation.
The excursions are tailor made. None of our tours are the same. Ethiopian Adventures listen to the requirements of their clients and match the tour to their wishes. If trekking is involved fitness of the client will be considered before setting off.
Northern Ethiopia Custom Tour
Northern Ethiopia Tour Extension
For more information about Ethiopian Wildlife Tours visit the Ethiopian Adventures website.
Please note the Ethiopian Adventure reserves the right to change listed pricing anytime at their discretion. Please contact them directly to confirm.
Gelada Mountain Monkey
Lion (Black Maned)
Ethiopia is a land of enormous variety. From high mountains to depressions in deserts, the vegetation varies constantly. The high level of rainfall during July and August also means that the country can vary in the space of a month from a dry arid landscape to rich colourful flowers.
Whilst some might argue that after the rains is the best time to visit the country, the dry season also brings its attractions when wildlife has to look further afield for food.
Ethiopian Adventures run a wide variety of conservation activities but one of their most popular is the Conservation Classes for Children which is unique. They run these programs twice a year when they close their lodge (Simien Lodge) and the children become their guests for the weekend. By working with communities, Ethiopian Adventures ensure that the end of the national park is kept clean and children are not invasive for clients.