Arba Minch

Day 1, Fly Arba Minch

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Dorze are famed weavers who live in tall huts that resemble a giant elephant head. All around Chencha are smaller Dorze villages, which were grouped around the “city” when it was the regional capital. These people have a staple diet of a type of bread made from the fermented false-banana tree.

Men are occupied in the day by many tasks including the weaving of their brightly coloured cloths. They are also a farming people who terrace the hills around their villages for crop growing. Women look after the children, spin cotton, collect firewood and prepare food for the family. The traditional clothing of the Dorze consists of cloths called “shammas”, which have gained popularity throughout Ethiopia.

Their uniquely shaped and impossibly tall grass huts last for many years. We will have the opportunity to enter these huts and visit with traditional and friendly Dorze people as they go about their daily chores, as well as taste their traditional food and fiery brews! overnight Arba minch

Day 2, in the morning

The destination takes a boat trip to Lake Chamo, to visit the crocodile market, it is a local name for a place in Lake Chamo where the crocodiles went out of the lake and chill, there is no buying or selling, also you will see hippos and different kinds of birds. then back to Arba Minch have Lunch relax at the hotel
Day 3.. after berakfast
head to Arba Minch, which is Amharic for ‘Forty Springs’, which is named after the innumerable little springs that bubble up right at the base of the ridge below the town. All the development (the city pumps its water from there) The 3km road there from the headquarters, however, is beautiful and is a good, easy walk and Drink the natural spring water with the life from the park. then transfer you to the AirPort take your flight back Addis abeba

DestinationArba Minch
LocationSouth Ethiopia
DurationFull day

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