Ethiopia is a land of contrast and diversity that hosts more than 80 nations and nationalities living together in unity with harmony. The Omo valley tribes are settled on the southern end of Ethiopia’s rift valley where intangible cultures characterize their identity and the basis of social life. Omo Valley is undoubtedly one of the most unique and fascinating places on earth because its mosaic ethnic groups that inhabits it.
About 16 tribes came into contact with you some of them: Arbore’s, Ari, Atse, Bena, Biraile, Bodi’s characterized by annual fatting ceremony, Daasanech (Geleb), Hamar’s with their Cattle Jump and Evangadi Dance, Karo’s Known by their body decoration, Kwegu, Maale, Mursi’s known with lip clay of women’s and Donga (stick) fighting for men’s, Tsemay, and Nyngatom when you tour the valley.
These tribes have their own very distinct traditions and culture in Oral traditions, Social practices, Ritual and Ceremonies, Knowledge and Practices concerning nature and the universe and Performing Arts.
Omo valley is home to 16 tribes some of them are Arbore’s, Ari, Atse, Bena, Biraile, Bodi’s.
These tribes have their own very distinct traditions and culture in Oral traditions, Social practices, Ritual and Ceremonies.