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Gambella National Park, also spelled Gambela National Park, is a 5,016 km2 (1,937 sq mi) large national park in Ethiopia. It is the nation’s largest national park and is located several hundred kilometers from Addis Ababa. It was established in 1974, but is not fully protected and has not been effectively managed for much of its history.

Gambella was established during 1974–1975 to protect habitat and wildlife, especially the Nile lechwe and white-eared kob, two antelope species thought to be endangered at the time. Animal populations in the park have declined because of agriculture, cotton farming, hunting, poaching, and the creation of refugee camps, especially following the 1983–1985 famine in Ethiopia and by displaced Sudanese.

Attractions in Ethiopia

Nyangatom (Bumi) Tribe

Banna Tribe

Kara (Karo) Tribe

Dasenech Tribe

Hamer Tribe

Suri Tribe

Bodi Tribe

Mursi Tribe

Ashenda Festival

Enkutatash (Ethiopian New Year)

Ethiopian Christmas (Genna)

Meskel (Finding of the true cross)

Epiphany (Timket)

Abijatta-Shalla National Park

Nechisar National Park

Omo National Park

Mago National Park

Bale Mountains National Park

Simien Mountains National Park

Awash National Park

Aledeghi Wildlife Reserve

Rift Valley Lakes

Bahir Dar & Lake Tana

Danakil Depression




Meskel Square

Merkato Express

Medhanealem Cathedral

Red Terror Martyrs’ Memorial Museum

St. George

Ethnological Museum

Unity Park

Holy Trinity Cathedral

National Museum Of Ethiopia

Erta Ale Volcano