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Arrive Addis Ababa. The balance of the day is at leisure. Overnight stay in a hotel



After breakfast, drive from Addis Ababa to Arba Minch, one of the main cities in South Ethiopia. On theway, visit the Dorze people at their own village who are known for their beehive shaped houses.Overnight stay in a hotel.


Sep 22, 2023: ARBA MINCH – JINKA

In the morning, take boat on Lake Chamo to see hippopotamus and large crocodiles. And after that,drive to Jinka. In this journey, you will visit some tribes located between Arba Minch and Jinka. Overnight stay in a hotel.


Sep 23, 2023: JINKA – TURMI 

In the morning you will drive some 30 km to the village of the Mursi people to see Mursi women whoare known for their lip plates. After lunch, drive from Jinka to Turmi. Overnight stay in a lodge.


Sep 24, 2023: TURMI – OMORATE – TURMI

After breakfast, drive to Omorate which is home of Dassanech people who are pastoralists, fishermenand whose women have elaborate beads on their bodies. In the afternoon, visit the Hamer people nearTurmi. The Hamer people are well known for their hair styles and bull jumping. Overnight stay in a lodge.


Sep 25, 2023: TURMI – ARBA MINCH

Drive back to Arba Minch. On the way, you will visit the Konso people famous for terrace farming. Overnight stay in a lodge.



Retrace to Addis Ababa. You will have a chance to see some rift valley lakes in this journey. Overnightstay in a hotel.



In the morning, do a half day Addis Ababa city tour which includes the National Museum and theEthnological Museum. After lunch attend the eve of Meskel Festival which commemorates the finding ofthe True Cross. Finally, in the early hours of the evening be transferred to the airport for your flight backto home.



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  • Addis Ababa is the capital city of Ethiopia, located in the central part of the country. It is the largest city in Ethiopia and is considered the political, cultural, and economic center of the country.

    The city is home to several important historical and cultural landmarks, including the National Museum of Ethiopia, which houses the famous fossilized hominid remains of "Lucy," a 3.2 million-year-old ancestor of humans. Other notable attractions include the Addis Ababa Ethnographic Museum, the Holy Trinity Cathedral, and the Merkato, which is one of the largest open-air markets in Africa.

    Addis Ababa is also known for its vibrant local culture and cuisine. Visitors can sample a variety of traditional Ethiopian dishes, such as injera, a sourdough flatbread, and doro wat, a spicy chicken stew. The city is also home to several art galleries, theaters, and music venues, where visitors can experience Ethiopia's rich artistic and cultural heritage.

    Overall, Addis Ababa is a bustling and vibrant city that offers visitors a unique glimpse into Ethiopia's history, culture, and contemporary life. Its mix of ancient landmarks, modern amenities, and local hospitality make it a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Ethiopia.

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