Considered to be one of the habitats of the elusive Ethiopian wolf Abune Yospeh mountain is an important biodiversity zone in Amhara Region.
Famous for its dramatic highland scenery and endemic wildlife, the Semien Mountains National Park constitutes a world heritage site.
Mount Guna is the source of Gumara, Rib, and other rivers which flow down to the largest lake of Ethiopia; Lake Tana.
Choke Mountain is a famous bio-diversity rich hotspot area found South of Lake Tana and always dubbed to be the water tower of Ethiopia.
The Borena Saynt National park is an area endowed with unspoiled nature and wilderness. The locals considered the park as a concealing place from aggressors.
Truly off the beaten track, the 98-sq-km Menz-Guassa Community Conservation Area has one of the smallest but best-protected Afro-alpine habitats in Ethiopia.
Called to be the green belt of the desert between Sudan and the northwestern part of Ethiopia, Alitash National Park is the hidden gem of Ethiopia.