Omo National Park, Ethiopia

Omo National Park Ethiopia, Top Omo Valley Tours

The Omo National Park is a national park in Ethiopia. It was established in 1974 and covers an area of 7,500 square kilometers (2,900 sq mi). The park is located at the southern end of the Ethiopian Rift Valley.

The Omo National Park is a protected area in Ethiopia. It is home to many different species of animals and plants. The park has a diverse landscape with mountains, valleys, and rivers.

There are many activities that you can do in Omo National Park. You can go on safari tours, visit the local villages, or go on a boat ride down the river. There are also many hiking trails that you can explore.

How to Get to Omo National Park?

The Omo National Park is located in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Region of Ethiopia. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ethiopia.

The park is home to a number of tribes, including the Mursi, Karo, Nyangatom, and Surma. The park also has a diverse range of wildlife including elephants, giraffes, and zebras.

There are many ways to get to Omo National Park. You can fly into Addis Ababa and then take a bus or hire a car from there. Alternatively, you can fly into Jinka Airport which is only an hour away from the park entrance by car or bus.

Why You Should Visit Ethiopia’s OMO National Park

The OMO National Park is a protected area in Ethiopia. It is located in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Region. The park was established in 1974 and it covers an area of about 1,000 square kilometers.

The park has a diverse range of wildlife including elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, and leopards. The park also has many different types of birds including ostriches and vultures.

Visiting the OMO National Park will give you the opportunity to see some of Africa’s most iconic animals in their natural habitat.

About Author

Minalu Adem is the founder of Top Omo Valley Tours and the author of "A Guide to the Omo Valley Tribes", first published in 2014. He was born and educated up to high school in Jinka, the largest town in the Omo Valley region of southern Ethiopia, which is a central town for visiting the tribes. He is the pioneer local guide and tour operator in the Lower Omo Valley region. He studied Business Administration, Economics and Tourism and worked as a national tour guide and CEO for international and local Ethiopian tour and travel companies based in Addis Ababa until he started his own business. Minalu has a great love for his country with a deep concern for its culture and nature. He is also determined to promote his beautiful country, especially the Omo Valley, in various ways.

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