DET 012 Visiting the Surma tribes-Westrern Omo and Gambella

DET 012- Visiting the Surma tribes-Westrern Omo and Gambella

Overview

Itinerary

Tour Code:

DET – 012

Category:

Cultural

Transportation: 

Surface

Duration:

13 Nights, 14Days

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Addis Ababa. O/N - Hotel.

Day 2: Drive Addis – Nekemte visiting the Oromo people. O/N - Hotel

Day 3: Drive Nekemte - Dembi Dolo through very green-forested area. O/N -Camping
Day 4: Drive Dembi Dolo - Gambella. O/N - Hotel
Day 5: Excursion to visit the Agnuak people. O/N – same hotel
Day 6: Excursion to visit the Nuer people. O/N – same hotel
Day 7: Drive GambellaMizan Teferi. O/N - Hotel
Day 8: Drive Mizan TeferiTulgit visiting the Dizi and Surma people. O/N -Camping
Day 9: Drive TulgitKibish visiting the Surma people. O/N - Camping
Day 10: Kibish - Visit of Surma Villages. O/N - same
Day 11: Drive KibishBebeka. O/N -Hotel
Day 12: Drive BebekaJimma. O/N - Hotel
Day 13: Drive back Jimma – Addis. Visiting the Gurage and Oromo people. O/n Hotel
Day 14: Sightseeing tour of Addis, farewell dinner party and Departure.

 

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