welcomed at Jinka Airport, transfer to Besh Gojo to refresh up.Set off on the gorgeous journey to the Mago Valley, where we will spend the night in a tent camp in Olgling Mursi village, discovering about the Mursi tribe's history and way of life. The Mursi are one of the most photogenic tribes in the Omo Valley, spending most of the day and the next morning photographing people in their villages as they go about their daily activities such as planting crops, herding cattle, and performing traditional tribal dances.O/N camp at Mursi village.
Following a morning photo shoot with the Mursi tribe, we will begin our journey to Suri's Heartland, stopping for the night at the headquarters of Omo National Park., As you drive through the park, you will be able to see lion, buffalo, and a wide variety of antelopes. If you're lucky, you could even spot endangered species like the Greater Kudu or the Fringe-eared Oryx. O/N – camping at headquarter of omo national
Another early start and drive to Kibish, the center of Suri County, spending most of the morning travelling and arrive at our base by noon, where would we set up and get prepared for the afternoon photo session with Suri. Having our base at Tenakoro Village located just outside of Kibish town. We would be photographing the Suri in several villages and settings during the next three nights. Our lovely village campground is just next to the river, where the suri go to get water, bathe, and get painted. The Suri are still one of the least visited tribes due to their remoteness and inaccessibility, but they are also one of the most demanded by photographers due to their extraordinarily intricate self-decoration, which they do through painting, scarification, and adornment with flowers and other natural materials. Camping with suri- O/N
After our morning photography session with Suri, we'd continue driving east to the Omo tribes, and today we'd largely be travelling to kangeten Town, the center of the Nyangatom tribes. Yeshi hotel O/N
This day, we will depart at 10:30 a.m. for a trek to NakerMan district, where three major clusters of Nyagtom villages dwell within walking distance. The Nyangatom are connected to the Toposa and Turkana and speak mutually intelligible languages. They are members of the Karimojong or Ateker cluster.Nyangatom women wear (Hang) enormous loose colorfull bead necklaces around their necks, they shave around their head and leave a center friezed tuft of hair on which a significant amount of red ochre is placed. And Nagatom men undergo voluntarily scarification on his upper body slaying traditional foes, man's hair style is clay hair buns in to with ostrich feathers may be secured. Both male and female seniors are well-known for their labial piercings, in which they insert ornamental wooden, metallic, or ivory devices. After wards drive to Dus Kara tribes to Photographing the Kara at camp site the for the afternoon session and the follow day Camping at Dus camp
With Dus as our base, we would be photographing the Kara tribes of Korcho and Dus. The Kara tribe, which lives on the gorgeous Omo River banks, is renowned for their distinctive and stunning body chalk painting. Many Kara women have their lips pierced and have nails and pins inserted. Photographing on the Omo River's bank can yield iconic images. We will spend the best part of the day photographing people in the villages as they go about their daily activities, such as planting crops, herding cattle, and performing traditional tribal dances in the evening, with many opportunities for solo and group shots. Camping kamikole kara O/N
We head to Turmi and the Hammer tribe after shooting with the Kara people in the morning. We will base ourselves at Turmi for the next two days of photography, allowing us to be adaptable and take advantage of all the photographic prospects in the vicinity. such us weekly market, Hamar bull jumping or other tribal rituals We will also visit and shoot the Arbore tribe during our stay in Turmi. Arbore women are distinguished by their dark pigment and distinct facial characteristics. Before marriage, women shave their heads. They wear black robes with colorful accents. Earrings, necklaces, and bracelets made of pearls. Even the leather skirts are embellished with beaded and metal accents.
Transfer to the ADDIS ABAB flight. After breakfast, we transfer to Jinka Airport for the flight to Addis Ababa., stopping at Keyafer to photograph the extraordinary high stilt-walking Bene boys.