Nechisar National Park, Ethiopia

Posted: June 10, 2013 in Ethiopia - the Secret of Africa
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Nech Sar National park southern Ethiopia

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Nechisar National Park

One of the most unusual parks I’ve been in. It was not too expensive to enter and we found it to be a perfect test before entering the south bound Turkana track with all its river crossings, mud baths and windy picturesque tracks.

Nechisar is made up of jungle, river crossings, beautiful lake views and plains. We entered and could see it had been raining. On entering which was around 16h00, we headed to the nearest camp which was obstructed by a falling tree (they failed to inform us) and we ended up turning back after running into a stretch of deep river crossing as it was too late in the day to attempt. We ended up staying in the staff compound the night and it rained heavily.

The following morning we crossed the river, which was high, and at one point we could see that the…

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