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Guassa Community Conservation Area is a nice place to spend a 3-4 day weekend. It has several valleys to spend the day hiking as well as a nice ridgeline hike that gives good overviews down into the Danakil and some amazing farming landscapes. The terrestrial...More
Community based wildlife observations are surely the best way to visit Africa. This is a nice lodge at a most beautiful site with basic but large rooms. It's so remote that you should bring your own food, a cook is available at demand though and...More
Menz-Guassa Community Conservation Area (GCCA)’s stunning views and abundant wildlife gelada (Theropiticus gelada), Wild Mouse, Ethiopian Wolf and many endemic birds make it a destination not to be missed. It has spectacular view to mountain adjust to the area with three camping sites with best...More
As far as I know, this is the only lodge where it is possible to see Ethiopian Wolves without leaving the lodge area. Indeed, based on my own experience, you may be more likely to see Wolves (and other interesting wildlife such as Lammergeiers and...More
Guassa is 85km from the arterial route along a gravel road, and 6 hours from Addis. We took a tour with Image Travel from Bole (absolutely perfect) with two AWD vehicles. The resort is idyllic, but basic. Be prepared for temperatures <5C at night and...More
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Hi! Yes, you can arrange trekking at the lodge when you arrive, but you are encouraged to email beforehand. You can get in touch through the website (TripAdvisor doesn't allow us to post websites here). It rains from late... More
Hi! Yes, you can arrange trekking at the lodge when you arrive, but you are encouraged to email beforehand. You can get in touch through the website (TripAdvisor doesn't allow us to post websites here). It rains from late June to late September but it is still possible to visit during that time. Enjoy!