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We recently returned from a fabulous trip to the Omo Valley. We went on the 9 day private photographic tour all arranged through Kali man. He was fantastic and from day one we felt we were in a safe pair of hands. He was also...More
It was very interesting to see the local villages. We were lucky to experience a bull jumping ceremony and a moon dance. The people were very intent on their ceremonies and tolerated us tourists standing in the outskirts, taking photos. These were some of their...More
Get your guide to agree with the tribe leader that you will pay a one off fee of approx 300-400 birr ( that's about 12-15 USD ) and with this fee you can then take as many photos as you like without having to pay...More
Visited this village when touring the tribes in Southern Ethiopia
The people live in a very primitive environment and this is enlightening to see .It is of concern that the 200 Bir you pay per person to take photos is actually being used by the...More
We arrived there after a long trip and crossing omo river, at the beginning we found them boring and not worth to visit but when it came to heart they made it the best. they tried to entertain us with kids group singing and at...More
we enjoyed our walk, our local guide wasn;t very local, this often seems to be the case,,,, friendly people, they still live their lives like that, (not like the Mursi who just wait and sit around for the tourists). harsh conditions to live!
Dassanch village is nice village around the border of Kenya.They were called the people of Delta ,I were with my friends and we dance together with the Dassanch girls. A very nice village arounf omo valley.
You see people with beautiful collars, scars, dancing and making their own beer.
However they use western clothes instead of their typical costume.
There is a narrow boat made from tree trunk to cross the river Omo.