ETHIOPIA: EXPLORING THE ROOF OF AFRICA


It is always good to go back HOME – ETHIOPIA.

Coming soon is – My seven days trekking in The Bale Mountains travel memoir.

Bale Mountains 1

There is no place like HOME!

About Sara Genene

I am a traveler... on an endless journey of self-discovery!
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6 Responses to ETHIOPIA: EXPLORING THE ROOF OF AFRICA

  1. Bel says:

    This is definitely on my list of places to visit. Love the outdoors and great pictures too!

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  2. Karl Drobnic says:

    I look forward to your Bale Mountains adventure. It will be like “old home week” for me. I lived in Bale Province for two years in the 1960s. It was very dangerous in the mountains then due to the civil war. I hope you post a photo or two of Goba, my former hometown.

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    • Sara Genene says:

      It is good to hear from your Karl. I have been in Goba as well as it is a base to explore The Bale Mountains and I see what I can do so that you can re-live your memories. Thank your for stopping by.

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  3. Manfred Vossberg says:

    Howdie Sara, a friend of mine and me 8 (2 german males) intend to travel to Bale Mountains in October. Can you please give us some hints how to reach this area and which kind of accomodation is available. We normally carry our own tent and sleeping bags. 5 years ago I visited Siemien Moutains on a 4day trip. So one of us has some ethiopian experience.
    Best regards
    Manfred & Brendan

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    • Sara Genene says:

      Hi Manfred & Brendan,

      Thank you for stopping by. To answer your question, there are two ways to reach the Bale Mountains but I suggest for you to take the one via Shashemene as it allows first time visitors to see the Rift Valley lakes dotted along the way. I suggest you use the town Goba as the base to visit the Bale Mountains and for accommodation I suggest the Goba Wabe Shebelle Hotel. You can reach via public transport or by renting private vehicle. I also suggest you organize your visit to the Bale Mountains before you arrive via tour operators so that you can work out on details before hand. I do really hope it helps.

      Good Luck!

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