You can find Akagera National Park in northwest Rwanda, right on the border with Tanzania.
The park features three very different ecosystems: the lakes (Shakani and Ihéma) and swamps along the Akagera River; the classic African savanna with its trademark acacia trees and open-plains big game, reminiscent of more well-known parks in Kenya and Tanzania; and breathtaking montane landscapes.
Amboseli National Park was created in 1974 to safeguard the area's distinctive environment and was given UNESCO World Heritage status in 1991. Amboseli had been given to the Maasai as the Southern Reserve back in 1906, but it was restored to local authority as a wildlife reserve in 1948.
The Danakil Depression, also known as the Dallol Depression, is a must-visit destination in Northern Ethiopia. With its unique landscapes, active volcanoes, and stunning natural wonders, this place is sure to leave a lasting impression on any adventure-seeker or intrepid traveler.
Gondar, also known as Gonder, is a city located in the northern highlands of Ethiopia. It is the former capital of the Ethiopian Empire and is known for its historical castles and palaces, which were built by various emperors. Gondar is part of the Amhara region and is situated about 700 kilometers north of Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.
Kilimanjaro National Park gets its name from Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m), located barely three degrees south of the Equator, is Africa's tallest peak and the world's highest single-standing mountain. Kilimanjaro will be one of your greatest travel experiences, with its farmed lowlands of Moshi, misty rainforests, moorland dotted with huge lobelias, rocky and desolate lunar vistas of the higher slopes, and, to top it all off, the perpetual snow fields at Kibo mountain.