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Dorze Village

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Dorze Village

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inge wrote a review Jan 2021
4 contributions
i have visited dorze many times and i must say that these people are so so so so so amazing!!!! the way they live, the food they make, the songs they sing are all just so real and so beautiful! dorze you are amazing and anyone with a good heart and good intentions should definitely visit!
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Date of experience: December 2020
Shalvia wrote a review Jun 2020
Warsaw, Poland55 contributions55 helpful votes
Little cute place in the montage, 40 min from Arba Minch, stubbing views, try local made alcohol and watch how they make local food.
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Date of experience: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
Finot-Tour-Ethiopia wrote a review Feb 2020
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia123 contributions124 helpful votes
After the day of arrival from UK we travel to South Omo Tribes. We drove to Aribaminch. On the way we make a visit at Dorze Tribes. The people have unique way life. They have dome shaped hut, make agriculture and waving for their daily life. The people made bread from falls Banana /Inset/. They have unique dances and they live in a compact village together.
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Date of experience: November 2019
6 Helpful votes
Gina C wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom13 contributions5 helpful votes
Interesting visist but the road up to Dorze is long and very bumpy. Despite buying some of the local souvenirs we were continually hounded to buy more
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Date of experience: January 2020
Gari K wrote a review Jan 2020
50 contributions75 helpful votes
Of all the tribal villages we visited on this trip Dorze is definitely the most beautiful! First, there are the interestingly shaped woven and "shrinking" houses shaped like elephant heads, the weaving men, the clean mountain environment, the good honey, strong "haraka" drink, and the very tasty false banana pancake! The dancing ritual and the selling of weaving products goes along with tourism, but some weaving is so beautiful that I simply did not want to resist - and why would I, it cannot be found anywhere else. What we also saw in the village is a new guest house, owned by the village itself, and it consists of several bungalows styled just like mini Dorze houses! They have proper beds inside, of course, and I only wish we had known about that ahead of our visit, because sleeping in that village and in one of those houses would have been lovely. It is also a good opportunity to help local tourism, and a cheaper option than staying at big hotels around.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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