• Description
  • Parameters
  • Itinerary
Country: Ethiopia
Location:
  • Jinka, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia
  • Konso, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia
  • Weyt'o, Ethiopia
  • Mago National Park, Omo, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia
  • Arba Minch, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia
Duration: for 3 day(s)
Physical strain: Low
Tour starting point: Arba Minch, Ethiopia
Tour ending point: Arba Minch, Ethiopia

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Services
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Village entry fee & soldier fee in places needed Included
Hotel Included
Land cruiser 4x4/minibus car fee Included
Fuel expenses & driver’s allowance Included
Local guide fee Included
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Breakfast Included
Lunch Included
Dinner Included

Jinka

Day 1

3 days Omo Valley Tour

Location: Jinka, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia

Pick up you from the airport at Arbaminch and drive to Chincha highlands about 30KM and visit the Dorze tribes known for weaving and by their unique elephant shaped houses, and drive back to Arbaminch.

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Mago National Park

Day 2

3 days Omo Valley Tour

Location: Mago National Park, Omo, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia

Drive to Jinka via Konso, recently designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  A highland people, the Konso are known for the ancient and intricate terraces on their farms and their neat and well-planned villages. Stop at Key Afer weekly market (if on a Thursday) and wander among the various tribes such as the Benna and Ari that have gathered to barter their goods.

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Weyto Market

Day 3

3 days Omo Valley Tour

Location: Weyt'o, Ethiopia

An early morning drive to the remote Mago National Park and visit the Mursi, perhaps one of the famous of the Lower Omo tribes. A nomadic tribe, the Mursi women are known for slitting their lower lips and inserting large clay plates.  The savannas of Mago Park are also home to a variety of mammals such as elephants, giraffes, hartebeests and leopards. Then drive back to Arbaminch to catch a flight. Lunch will be on the way.

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