Travel one week back in to ancient life omo valley tribes / Tour Details

This particular tour will give you a chance to experience nature & the ancient Omo valley Tribs still living life style back to 1000 years in one week, tribes like hammer, mursi, koro,bana, Ari and the femaous hammers bull jamping(wedding) and so much more included

air port pickup A 4×4 vehicle, petrol and driver-guides Hotels (twin room) and camping (equipment and cook) Full board Inputs of different sites and national park

-International flight and airport taxes -Fees for use of cameras and video -Alcohol -Tips

- sun cream -sun block -torch (flash light) -first aid kit

Omo valley tours will reserve the right to cancel any tours with in 8 weeks prior to departure,

Booking and payment terms: A deposit of 25% is required at the time of booking. The balance is due on arrival before commencement of the tour program. If the reservation is made within 4 weeks of departure the whole amount must be paid at the time of confirmation. Cancellation and refunding: The following cancellation fees will be made for cancellations: More than 45 days prior to trip commencement 30% of tour price 40 to 30 days prior to trip commencement 50% of tour price No show to 30 days prior to trip commencement (or no show) 100% of the total tour price Visa: Visas are required for all visitors to Ethiopia, with the exception of nationals of Djibouti and Kenya. Visas should be applied for well in advance of any trip as applications can take time to process Climate: The highest daytime temperatures rarely exceed an average of 21 or 22°C (70 or 71°F) and for much of the year seldom rise above 16 or 18°C (61 or 64°F). Temperatures at night can drop to a chilly lOoC (50°F) or less. There are two rainy seasons: the irregular short rains from late January to early March, and the long rains that stretch from June until mid-September. May is the warmest month and is usually a time of bright sunny days. Daytime temperatures in January run just as high, but the nights are chillier. June, July, and August are grey, wet, and cool. Omo valley tours can’t be held responsible should air line discontinue flight on certain routing or change schedule Vaccination All visitors (including infants) are required to pos­sess a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate Insurance You are advised to take out adequate insurance against all risks for an adequate sum. The Company does not undertake to provide medical care. Low The Company's contract will be governed by and constructed in accordance with the law of democratic republic of Ethiopi

Tour Itinerary

Addis ababa
The capital of Ethiopia
Arba minch
situated in front of the two lakes Abaya and Chamo.
Abaya is the biggest one of the Rift Valley lakes, Chamo is known for its huge Nile crocodile and hippo population which attracts tourists, who can view and watch them on a boat trip on the lake.

living cultural tradition stretching back 21 generations (more than 400 years)
femours for
-funerary traditions
-The cultural properties including the traditional stone wall towns (Paletea), ward system (kanta), Mora (cultural space), the generation pole (Olayta), the dry stone terracing practices (Kabata), the burial marker (Waka)

Tribs of Tsmay, Erbore, Hamer
Hammer tribes
-evan gadi( traditional night dancing)
-bull jamping( traditional wedding)

Dasench tribes
Dasench tribes
cross omo river with local wooden boat
to dasench village

Ari tribes

Tribes : Ari and malee
Activities: walk in to ari village to see ari life style
they are famous for traditional pottery and extracting food out of false Banana ( Enset Ventricosum)

Mago national park
Tribe: Mursi and Bodi
famous for their lip plate , ceremonial douling( stick fighting ) and fat contest

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