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The Simien Mountains National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in Northen Ethiopia near Debark where the park Head Quarters are located. The park was made a world heritage site in 1978.The park holds the highest mountain in Ethiopia...more
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Reviewed 4 days ago

My husband and I went on a 3 /4 day trek through the Simien Mountains, guided by Sammy (simienecotrekking.com) and his crew and it was an incredible experience. Sammy is an absolute professional- his knowledge about the region's wildlife and culture is vast and spans...More

Thank kendalllschultz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Highly recommended, Sammy took greak care of us during our hike in Simien mountains! He went to great lengths to make sure we were having a great trip, he is very knowledgeable about the flora and fauna as well as the history! Sammy has great...More

Thank AndreasGronlund
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were at Simien Mountains for two days and Samny was our guide. He was very helpful and answered every question we had. He knows a lot about the plants and animals. We had fantastic views down to the valley. We saw little antilopes and...More

Thank Julia E
Reviewed August 29, 2018 via mobile

Wow! What a stunningly beautiful place. Probably one of the most dramatic and picturesque landscapes I've ever seen! But if you're viewing this page, you probably already know that and have probably already made up your mind about going. In that case, the best thing...More

Thank Patrick N
Reviewed August 25, 2018 via mobile

It was an amazing experience. One of my greatest trips. Samuel took care of every detail, small or large and made sure I was safe and comfortable.

Thank MurielM525
Reviewed May 20, 2018

Sammy guided us during one full-day and two half-day tours and led us to the well-known spots in the Simien Mountains. We enjoyed watching the Gelela Monkeys and visited a waterfall (unfortunately with no water). Sammy is always friendly and forthcoming; his knowledge of the...More

Thank simens20
Reviewed April 16, 2018

My husband and I went on a trip to Ethiopia last summer, mostly for his field work and research but also to experience Ethiopia, as neither of us had been before. The most popular photos of Ethiopia in media show the more desert-y side of...More

1  Thank abigailowens51
Reviewed April 13, 2018 via mobile

WOW! We had an excellent time with Sammy in the Semien Mountains!! I was a little wary of making plans and transferring down payments beforehand, but Sammy made sure everything was clear, smooth, and well organized every step of the way. I was in ethiopia...More

3  Thank Shelby B
Reviewed November 30, 2017

I arranged seven days' trekking in the Simiens (17 - 23 November 2017) with guide Sammy Kassaw (Hike Ethiopia), by email from the UK. Excellent communications - Sammy organised an excellent trek - taking in the summits Imet Go Go, Ras Bawit and Ras Dejen....More

1  Thank PeteAC
Reviewed November 4, 2017

We recently have taken a 10 days tour with Hikje Ethiopia. Sammy, their leader did a great job and we highly can recommend this organization. After 10 days Sammy and his teams have become very good friends and we had thge time of our life....More

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