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This is truly a unique mountain bike adventure ride. The hidden nature gem of Bale Mountains National Park, a well-kept secret among Ethiopia's highland parks, is awaiting for you on a mountain bike. Experience the beauty of the barren high plateaus all the way down to evergreen rainforests with a varying diversity changing from day to day. This tour is a unique mountain bike adventure along untouched trails where iconic wildlife such as the Ethiopian wolves or the Bale monkeys live. But it is not all about cycling on this trip. After your adventurous days in Ethiopia's highlands, you set off for the Great African Rift Valley, one of the world's big geological formations. Along its edges, in lush green forest one of Ethiopia's finest coffee beans grow in the Sidama region where you gonna walk through villages to learn more about coffee and the peoples there. Your trip also has a stop at Lake Langano with its amazing African birdlife along the lakeshores and the riverine forests. You will also discover Lake Langano by boat as well as Abijata-Salla National Park’s Lesser Flamingo colonies.

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This trip is completely customizable

The itinerary for this trip can be customized to suit your needs from your accomodations to what gear you need for the day.

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Duration

12 Days

Activity Level

Hard

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This adventure is not instantly bookable at this time.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we recommend connecting directly to the operator via our messaging system, to create your ideal itinerary customized for your dates.

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