The Omo Valley lies in the southern Ethiopia. The tour takes you through Mago National park. The Karo, Mursi and Hamar Ethnic groups live primarily as pastoralists near the Omo River. The Mursi are known for their lip plates, earlobes and stick fighting (Donga). The Hamar women are striking; wearing beautiful colorful beads and goatskins, ornate necklaces, and metal bangles around their wrist and ankles and crowns of long dread-lock braids covered in ocher, also famous for their ritual Bull jumping. The Karo tribe is known for elaborate body painting. These ethnic groups and their unique symbolic cultures are fascinating.



Capital city –Addis Ababa

Validity-until Dec 31,2020



Duration: 5 NIGHT/ 6 DAYS

Starting Point: Addis Ababa

Ending Point: Addis Ababa

  • Day 01: Addis ✈ Jinka

    Arrive at Addis and get connected to Jinka

    In the afternoon visit the South Omo Ethnographic Musuem and visit the Ari village

    Meal: Lunch & dinner

    Overnight:  Lodge/Hotel

    Note that on Saturday and Monday there is no sceduled flight to Jinka

  • Day 02:Jinka-Mago NP-Turmi

    Morning drive through the Mago national park to visit the famous Mursi people who are known for piercing the lower lip to put circular and square shaped clay materials to make themselves beautiful. While driving through Mago National Park,  you will see plenty of wild life.

    In the afternoon drive to Turmi

    Meal: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

    Overnight: Lodge

  • Day 03: Turmi-Omorate-Turmi

    Drive to Omorate, cross Omo River with dug-out canoe to visit the Dassenech (Geleb) people. On the way spot several wild lives.

    In the afternoon visit the Hammer people in their village

    Meal: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

    Overnight: Lodge

  • Day 04 : Trumi-Kolocho-Konso

    Drive to Karo village to visit the people who are best known for body sacrification

    In the afternoon proceed to Konso/Karat through Derashe, Tsemay and Benna tribal villages

    Meal: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

    Overnight: Lodge

    Depending on your tour days & other factors you can visit vibrant tribal markets

  • Day 05: Konso-Arbaminch

    In the morning visit one of the walled villages of the Konso tribe. The Konso landscape is insrbed by UNESCO.

    In the afternoon you will make boat trip on Lake Chamo where crocodiles can be seen in abundance. This place is locally known as the “crocodile market” since several crocodiles can be seen at a time. Hippos and plenty of birds can also be seen. Lake Chamo is part of the Netch Sar National Park.

    Meal: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

    Overnight: Lodge/Hotel

  • Day 06: Arbaminch ✈Addis

    In the morning visit the village of the Dorze people, famous for their intricately woven bamboo huts and weaving of traditional clothes.

    Fly back to Addis

    In the afternoon spend at leisure or you will do shopping

    Transfer to the hotel if you have international flight

    Meal: Breakfast & lunch

    “End of the tour”


    Group Size



    3 to 4

    5 to 6

    7 to 8

    9 to 10

    11 to 14

    15 to 20


    Price  per person (  USD)











    Supplement for French/ Italian/ German/ Spanish / Portuguese Guide USD 520

    Single Room Supplement USD 135

    Child fare will be: below 5 years free of charge & 5 to12 years 50% of adult price

    Price is net to ET & Non-Commissionable 

    Terms and conditions apply



Important Note: The below periods are high tourism season for Ethiopia and hence adequate prior booking is required                   

  1.    Sep.21 to 30, during MESKEL FESTIVAL at all major tourist destinations
  2.    Jan.13 to 25, during EPIPHANY FESTIVAL, at all major tourist destinations
  3.    Either in late January or early February, during AU SUMMIT, only in Addis