Day 1: Arrive in Addis Ababa and city tour
Up on arrival at Bole international airport and met by your representative and transfer to hotel. After check in to hotel you will have city tour of Addis, Which includes National Museum- the home of the famous complete hominid fossil remain of Lucy dates 3.2 million years back, Mount Entoto- panoramic view point at the highest peak in Addis with an altitude of 3200 meter above sea level, trinity cathedral- a beautiful church with a baroque style of European architecture unique to both Ethiopia and Africa, Ethnographic museum and Merkato The largest open air market in Africa). Overnight in Addis Ababa

Day 2: Drive to Arbaminch via rift valley lakes and villages
Morning, drive to Arbaminch. On the way, visit Tiya Stele site (one of the world heritage site registered by UNESCO) and Melka Kunture archeological site. Then keep driving to Arbaminch Overnight in Arbaminch

Day 3: Visit to dorze village and Lake Chamo boat trip
Morning, drive to chencha village to visit the Dorze tribe who are well known for their traditional weaving and towering huts. Then, drive back to Arbaminch and in the afternoon boat ride on Lake Chamo to visit hippos and crocodiles at crocodile market on the lake. Overnight in Arbaminch

Day 4: Drive to Jinka through konso ans key Afer
After breakfast drives to Jinka via Woyto and on the way visit the Ari (who keep large number of livestock and produce large number of honey), Bena (mainly depend on agriculture though their diet is supplemented by hunting) and Tsemay tribes. If it is Thursday visit the colorful Key Afer market. Then keep driving to Jinka . Overnight in Jinka

Day 5:Visit to Mursi Tribal and drive to turmi
Morning, drive to the Mursi village through Mago national park to visit the Mursi tribe. The Mursi people are the Nilo Saharan language speaker and famous for their women putting lip plate, made of clay and up to 15cm in diameter, on their lower lip and men for their stick fighting (donga). After visit drive back to Jinka and afternoon drives to Turmi. Overnight in Turmi

Day 6: Excursion to Murulle Karo People
After breakfast drive to karicho to visit the Karo tribe. They paint their bodies and faces with white chalk to prepare for a ceremony. The chalk is mixed with yellow rock, red iron ore and charcoal to make its color. Face masks are worn at times and they have clay hair buns with feathers in them.). Overnight in Turmi

Day7: Drive to Arba Minch via Arbore Tribe
In the morning, drive from Turmi to Arbaminch and on the way visit the Erbore tribe, they have ancestral and cultural links to the Konso people and perform many ritual dances while singing The women of the tribe cover their heads with a black cloth and are known to wear very colorful necklaces and earrings. Young children will wear a shell type hat that protects their heads from the sun. Then Keep drive to Konso. After check in to Hotel, visit Koso tribe and Konso Landscape. The Konso people are the hard working people and well known for their specially land management, one of Africa's most fascinating cultures. The Konso landscape is one of the world heritage sites in Ethiopia registered by UNESCO. Overnight in Arbaminch

Day 8: Drive to Addis - Departure
In the morning drive back to Addis Ababa with many stops for bird watching. On the way, visit Lake Ziway, the Ethiopian Bird Spectacle, the great Pelicans are the main stars of this astonishing natural live show, which takes place at one of the freshwater Rift Valley lakes of Ethiopia. After visiting, keep drive to Addis. In the evening, farewell traditional dinner in one of the best restaurant in Addis followed by folkloric dance of different Ethiopian nations. Then transfer to airport to fly back to home, where your tour ends.

10 days the Southern Omo Valley Tribes

Day 1: Arrive in Addis Ababa and city tour
Up on arrival at Bole international airport and met by your  representative and transfer to hotel. After check in to hotel you will have city tour of Addis, Which includes National Museum- the home of the famous complete hominid fossil remain of Lucy dates 3.2 million years back, Mount Entoto- panoramic view point at the highest peak in Addis with an altitude of 3200 meter above sea level, trinity cathedral- a beautiful church with a baroque style of European architecture unique to both Ethiopia and Africa, Ethnographic museum and Merkato (the largest open air market in Africa). Overnight in Addis Ababa.

Day 2: Drive to Arbaminch via rift valley lakes and villages
Morning, drive to Arbaminch. On the way, visit Tiya Stele site (one of the world heritage site registered by UNESCO) and MelkaKunturearcheological site. Then keep driving to Arbaminch and Overnight in Arbaminch.

Day 3: Visit to dorze village and Lake Chamo boat trip
Morning, drive to chencha village to visit the Dorze tribe who are well known for their traditional weaving and towering huts. Then, drive back to Arbaminch and in the afternoon boat ride on Lake Chamo to visit hippos and crocodiles at crocodile market on the lake. Overnight in Arbaminch.

Day 4: Drive to Jinka through konsoans key Afer
After breakfast drives to Jinka via Woyto and on the way visit the Ari (who keep large number of livestock and produce large number of honey), Bena (mainly depend on agriculture though their diet is supplemented by hunting) and Tsemay tribes. If it is Thursday visit the colorful Key Afer market. Then keep driving to Jinka. Overnight in Jinka.

Day 5: Visit to Mursi Tribal and drive to turmi
Morning, drive to the Mursi village through Mago national park to visit the Mursi tribe. The Mursi people are the Nilo Saharan language speaker and famous for their women putting lip plate, made of clay and up to 15cm in diameter, on their lower lip and men for their stick fighting (donga). After visit drive back to Jinka and afternoon drives to Turmi. Overnight in Turmi.

Day 6: Excursion to MurulleKaro People
After breakfast drive to karicho to visit the Karo tribe. They paint their bodies and faces with white chalk to prepare for a ceremony. The chalk is mixed with yellow rock, red iron ore and charcoal to make its color. Face masks are worn at times and they have clay hair buns with feathers in them.) Overnight in Turmi.

Day 7: Drive from Turmi to yabelo via Arbore village
After breakfast drive from Jinka to Yabelo and on the way visit Konso people. The Konso people are the hard working people and well known for their specially land management. The Konso landscape is one of the world heritage sites in Ethiopia registered by UNESCO. Then keep driving to Yabelo and Overnight in Yabelo.

Day 8: Drive to Awassa
This morning we Drive Yabelo to Hawasa through the coffee growing area .We cross fertile land planted with bananas, cereals and tobacco inhabited first by the Oromo people and then by the Sidamo. All kinds of fruit are sold along the roadside. En route visit the Yabelo sanctuary and Tutu Fella stele site around Dilla.We make our way to the regional capital, Awassa. And sits at the edge of the smallest lake in the Ethiopian Rift Valley. Overnight in Awassa.

Day 9: Fish Market and Lake Awassa, return to Addis Ababa
Today we set off to explore the famous fish market of AsaGebeya located on Lake Awassa. Every morning, fisherman arrives by their wooden row boats loaded with their daily catch of talapia. The setting is spectacular with the mountains, the lake and rich vegetation of dense scrub and woodland. When then make our way to Amorra Gedel Park which is home to many birds, guereza and grivet monkeys. After our relaxed morning we will return to Addis Ababa.

On The way visit rift valley lakes of Lake Ziway where you explore lots of species of birds like Marabou stork, hammer cop, pelican, sacred ibis and heron. In the evening farewell traditional dinner in one of the best cultural restaurant in Addis followed by folkloric dance of different Ethiopian nations. Then transfer in to airport to fly back home where the tour ends.