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6 Days Omo Valley Tour

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Day 1: Arrival – Sightseeing Addis (The new Flower)

You will be met upon arrival and transferred to your hotel. Refresh and begin your sightseeing of Addis with a drive up to mount Entoto for a panoramic view of Addis. Descend down and drive to the National Museum where you will have a chance to spot the oldest hominids of ‘Lucy’ fossil. Visit and proceed to the Holy Trinity built during WWII. Then proceed to the Ethnographic museum, which use to be the palace of Emperor Hailesellase. To wrap up you drive to Merkato, the biggest market in East Africa.  Overnight in Addis Ababa Nega Bonger Hotel

Day 2: Addis Ababa – Tiya-Arba Minch

After having your early breakfast driving to the southern parts of Ethiopia on the way we will see the Tiya, classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, where we can see the northernmost example of a peculiar type of engraved, standing stelae which stretch across parts of southern Ethiopia. We will continue our driving to the town of Welayta for lunch stop then after lunch, we will be driving to Arba Minch for overnight stay.

Overnight Arba Minch Paradise Lodge/Similar

Day 3: Arba Minch – Chencha Dorze Villages

After breakfast you will take a boat trip in Lake Lake Chamo, to visit the crocodile market, it is a local name for a place in Lake Chamo that the crocodiles went out of the lake and chill, there is no buying or selling, also you will see hippos and different kinds of birds later driving to the  Dorzy village, This people set high up in the Gughe Mountains where we see the traditional Dorze beehive-shaped huts recognized as one of the visually attractive structural houses by the UNESCO and later we will be back to Arba Minch for lunch then we will be driving to the town of Konso.

Overnight Konso Korebta Lodge

Day 04: Konso – Turmi

After having your breakfast you will have a chance of seeing the Konso village, one of the UNESCO sites in Ethiopia know by their terracing. One of the best types of coffee for the country is also from this village. Proceed to the Bana village. The Bana who are indigenous pastoral and semi-nomadic people living in the harsh environment of lower Omo Valley. The men often have their hair dressed up with a colorful clay cap that is decorated with feathers. Then proceed to the Turmi where the Hamer people live. Overnight in Turmi Lodge

Day 05: Turmi – Omorate (75 km / 2hr drive)

After having your breakfast, you will have an excursion to Omorate to visit the Dassanech people ‘people of the Delta’, who lives on the northern shore of Lake Turkana. Visit and drive back to Turmi for lunch then drive to Jinka. Overnight in Jinka Nassa Pension

Day 06: Drive Jinka – Mago – Jinka – Addis Ababa

Take a day excursion to Mago National Park to visit the Mursi village. The Mursi are one of the exotic ethnic groups in Ethiopia. They live in very low huts made of straw leaves. The women like to wear terra cotta on their enormously stretched lower lips and ear lobes. Drive back to Jinka for lunch. Drive to the Ari people, the largest population in the lower Omo valley. The women wear skirts from the banana-like tree, called Enset are expert in pottery later you will be transferred to the Jinka Airport for your flight to Addis Ababa. In the evening, attend a folkloric dinner where you will have a chance to taste several national dishes and watch dances of the various ethnic groups of Ethiopia.

The traditional coffee ceremony will also be served.  Later you will be transferred to the airport for your departure.

Keeping you safe during COVID-19

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  •  Face masks provided for travelers
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Contact less payments for gratuities and add-ons