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Ethiopia presents one of the most stunning natural environments in Africa. Because of the size of the country, and the great variety of its landscapes and climate, Ethiopia represents all that Africa has to offer. 

Ethiopia is also a land of natural contrasts, from the tops of the rugged Simien Mountains (4543m) to the depths of the Danakil Depression which, at 116 meters below sea level, is one of the lowest dry land points on earth. The cornucopia of natural beauty that blesses Ethiopia offers an astonishing variety of landscapes: Afro-Alpine highlands soaring to around 4300 meters, deserts sprinkled with salt flats and yellow sulphur, lake lands with rare and beautiful birds, moors and mountains, the splendor of the Great Rift Valley, white-water rivers, savannah teeming with game, giant waterfalls, dense and lush jungle… the list is endless. 

Its conducive climatic conditions and landscape made Ethiopia the home of bird life (over 850 species of which 21 are endemics) and 350 species of animals, out of which 9 are indigenous. The world’s most phenomenal Great Rift Valley cuts Ethiopia into two, forming a series of thrilling lakes opulent in all life forms. Ethiopia is often referred to as the ‘water tower of Africa’ because of the presence of many trans-boundary rivers, like the Blue Nile, that pours off its tableland to the surrounding lowlands of the neighboring countries. 

 

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