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Menagesha Suba Forest Park: Tours & Tickets

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Menegesha-Suba Forest Road, Addis Ababa 1000, Ethiopia
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I have visited Entoto Mount (little walk, beautiful view, fresh air, church, museum...) with Mulat and it was a great experience! He is a very knowledgeable and trustworthy guide, I would totally recommend! After visting the museum we had a very nice typical lunch that came in
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The Menaghesha Forest Park has beautiful hiking trails. We visited on a beautiful October morning. The rainy season was over, so it was an ideal day for a hike. Our guide, Joseph, was very experienced and knowledgeable. Along the way, we saw a few Bushback monkeys and learned
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The day started with a great view of the city from Mount Entoto followed by an interesting trip to the museum and church. Then we stopped for lunch & coffee and toured Merkato Africa's largest market. \ This is a once in a lifetime experience and should be done with a
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Great experience The forest is beautiful and really nice to walk and enjoy nature. We some Colobus monkeys and enjoyed beautiful views. Guide was really great!
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Mulat took me on the best Addis day tour! We started with a view of Addis from Entoto Mountain, then the museum and Maryam church at the top. Interesting look at how Royalty lived. The best part was a stop at a local home for homemade brew tela, home roasted coffee and if course
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