Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia
Webb Tented Camp is in the beautiful Bale Mountains in the southern part of Ethiopia. This is in the vicinity of the Geysay Plateau, which is divided into grasslands, woodlands, Afro-alpine meadow lands, the Erica moorlands and Harenna forest, which is draped in fern and home to the Bale monkey. The region boasts an impressive array of fauna, including the giant mole rat, Menelik’s bushbuck, spotted hyena, lion, leopard, African wild dog, the endangered Ethiopian wolf and the mountain nyala, whose numbers are also low. Due to the fascinating flora and fauna, the region has been named a Biodiversity Hotspot by Conservation International.
Webb Tented Camp is not a permanent camp; rather, tents are placed in the area for specific tours. This site has been carefully selected because of its amazing views and access to wildlife. During the day, you can spend your time walking, horseback riding, mountain biking or driving to see wild game.
The A frame tens have two single beds in each tent with bedside tables, solar lights and an en-suite bathroom with a flushing toilet and bucket shower.