9 Days – Upper Omo Valley

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A nine days trip to the Upper Omo Valley of Ethiopia. This trip covers Gibe Gorge, wushwush, Bebeka, Mizan Teferi, Tulgit, Kibish, Bonga, Jimma, Woliso and Wenchi Crater.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Culture, Discovery, Guided Tours, Jungle, Short Breaks, Trekking
  • Activity Level Moderate
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  • Group Size Large Group
    14
All about the 9 Days – Upper Omo Valley.

A nine days trip to the Upper Omo Valley of Ethiopia. This trip covers Gibe Gorge, wushwush, Bebeka, Mizan Teferi, Tulgit, Kibish, Bonga, Jimma, Woliso and Wenchi Crater.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

What does this trip include??

  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners & dining
  • All accommodation including tea houses en route
  • All transportation including taxis and coaches
  • Flights from Heathrow if booked inc. of flight
  • Tour and trekking guide for entire journey
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

What does this trip include??

  • Travel insurance and other emergencies
  • Visa fees and entry clearing fees
  • Single room accommodations
  • Liquors, beeers and bootled beverages
  • Photography ccessories like cameras etc.
  1. Day 1 Addis Ababa – Gibe Gorge – Jimma

    At 7:30AM, you will be starting off for Jimma via Woliso, Welkite and the scenic Gibe Gorge where the Gibe river flows further downstream to become the Omo River. En route, you will be visiting local Oromo villages with their purely traditional settings. Arriving Jimma early afternoon, you will be visiting Abba Jiffar Museum. The museum displays most of historical materials of King Abba Jiffar whose Kingdom was established in 1830. Here, you will be able to see cultural objects of the local Oromo people, the first set of collection of the King’s personal household furniture that includes beds of Abba Jifar, armchairs, utensils, religious manuscripts and others. End of the day, you will spending overnight at Central Jimma Hotel www.centraljimmahotel.com.

  2. Day2 Jimma – Bonga - Wushwush – Mizan Teferi

    At 7:30AM, you will be proceeding to Mizan Teferi, en route visiting the largest tea plantation at Wushwush and the scenic primary forests. Arriving Mizan Teferi late afternoon, you will be spending overnight at Salayish Hotel.

  3. Day 3 Mizan Teferi – Bebeka – Tulgit

    At 8:00AM, you will be driving to Tulgit, one of the two settlement areas of the Surma tribe. En route, you will be visiting the largest coffee plantation at Bebeka. Further ahead through Dima, you will be arriving Tulgit mid afternoon. Through the rest of the afternoon, you will have a brief introductory village sighting in the surroundings of Tulgit. End of the day, you will be camping overnight.

  4. Day 4 Tulgit

    The Surma tribe are divided into three clans – Zilmamo clan settled around Tulgit, Chai clan settled around Kibish and Tirma clan settled around Jeba.
    In Tulgit and its surroundings, you will spend the day visiting the Zilmamo clan of the Surma tribe. End of the day, you will be camping overnight.

  5. Day 5 Kibish

    At 6:00AM, you will be proceeding to Koka, one of the largest cattle camps in the Surma territory. Cattle being the daily life-stream of the Surma tribe, you will start off the by seeing their activities in attending to the cattle for water to river beds, feeding, milking etc. Mid-morning, you will be returning back to Tulgit and proceed to Kibish where you will have roughly a 2 hours walk to Magoloni village, one of the authentic villages of the Surma tribe’s Chai clan. Here, you will be spend the day seeing how they run their day to day lives, their lip plates that differ by shape from the Mursi tribe of the Lower Omo Valley. Late-afternoon, you will be returning back to Kibish where you will be camping overnight.

  6. Day 6 Kibish

    At 6:30AM, you will be proceeding to Kormu village, a village settlement of the Chai clan where you will likely be able to meet the photogenic village chief of the Chai clan. Through the day, you will be seeing their daily activities inclusive of cattle milking, farming, dressing patterns of the men and women and of course the lip plates of the women that differ by shape from the Mursi tribe of the Lower Omo Valley. Mid-afternoon, you will be returning back to Kibish where you will be camping overnight.

  7. Day 7 Kibish – Mizan Teferi - Bonga

    At 8:00AM, you will be proceeding to Bonga via Dima and Mizan Teferi. En route at Dima, you will be seeing the Nuer and Annuak tribes, best identified by their tall figure and stripped foreheads. Proceeding further and stopping at Bebeka Coffee Plantation for lunch stop, you will be continuing on to Bonga, arriving late afternoon and spending overnight at Coffee Land Hotel.

  8. Day 8 Bonga - Jimma - Woliso

    At 7:30AM, you will be proceeding to Woliso via Jimma and the Gibe Gorge. Arriving Woliso mid-afternoon, you will spend the rest of the afternoon at Negash Lodge, a one-time recreational retreat for Emperor Haile Selassie in the 60s, set up with attractive traditional tukuls. End of the day, you will spend overnight at the Lodge www.negashlodge.com.

  9. Day 9 Woliso – Wenchi Crater - Addis Ababa

    At 8:00AM, you will be heading to Wenchi Crater lake where you will be able to appreciate the surrounding scenery plus visit to a Monastery by the lake. Mid-afternoon, you will be proceeding to Addis Ababa. Arriving Addis Ababa at noon, you will be checking into the Jupiter Hotel, thereby ending your 9 days tour of the Upper Omo Valley of South West Ethiopia.  

Central Gimma Hotel and Negash Lodge

Central Gimma Hotel, Jimma, Ethiopia

Negash Lodge, Waliso, Ethiopia

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
Central Gimma Hotel Jimma, Ethiopia

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Negash LodgeWaliso, Ethiopia

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