The Simien Mountains National Park in Northern Ethiopia sits on an exotic setting with unique wildlife and breath-taking views on a landscape shaped by nature and traditional agriculture. The Simien Mountains (Semien Mountains) are often dubbed the Grand Canyon of Africa due to its undulating plateau and deep valleys. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a number of endangered species, including Ethiopian wolf and Walia ibex. The spectacular views from the observation points at Gidir Got and lmet Gogo in the center of the Park offer unparalleled panoramas along the high plateau and down to the lowland areas.
Trekking is one of the most sought after activities to do in Simien Mountains National Park, other activities at the park include birding and moutain climbing. While trekking, you will spot different wild animals as well as magnificient views of famous Simien escarpments.
On a several days trek you can summit Ras Dashen the highest mountain in Ethiopia's Simien Mountains.