Wildlife Tour to Born Free Ethiopia, Holeta – Ensessat Kotteh

Tour Code: Wildlife Tour to Holeta – Ensessat Kotteh
Attractions: wildlife, birds, & Scenery
Duration: Half- Day trips
Transportation: Surface drive

Oriented: To Children & students specially and but also available for adults

 Visit the Holeta Wildlife Rescue, Conservation and Education Centre

You will have an early breakfast drive to Holeta (30 Km West of Addis Ababa). Holeta Wildlife Preservations (known as Ensessat kotteh which means Animal Foot Print in Amharic) is found at the densely populated woodland that encompasses the town.

Visitor can easily see Lions, Cheetahs, Gelada baboons, five ordinary specious of baboons, 20 tortoises and different bird species.  A visit to the center totally takes one and half-hour guided by a wildlife expert.

The center presents the natural & cultural heritages of Ethiopia, and offers truly memorable & educational experiences.

Then back to Addis Ababa, on the way at Burayu have a Tea/Coffee break at Guttama Gutta Boeing 737 aircraft restaurant.


  • Bring your sunglass, hut and photo camera.
  • Free to make donations for the center.


Contact us:  info@fanosethiopiatours.com  or kebmathews@yahoo.com

For more information please, visit our website www.fanosethiopiatours.com


Starting from: $ 45 USD per persons

 Price includes:

  • Well-maintained & insured vehicle with driver
  • Fuel
  • Professional guide and entrance
  • water while on board
  • experienced English speaking tour guide
  • Service tax


Price DOES NOT include:

  • Meals
  • Photography & Video fees,
  • Personal expenses (tips, phone calls, table drinks, laundry, etc.)



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