Travel Blogs from Mago National Park, Ethiopia

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Holes Everywhere, Mago National Park, Ethiopia travel blog

Holes Everywhere

A travel blog entry by tabasamu2010

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... guide and feel the difference between our Land Cruiser and Nick’s Land Rover.  Our destination for the day was the Mago National Park and the Mursi villages along the Mago River.  The road was rocky and wet, but the views from the top of ...

Mursi village - Day 4 of 10 - Omo Valley trip, Mago National Park, Ethiopia travel blog

Mursi village - Day 4 of 10 - Omo Valley trip

A travel blog entry by bigadventure05

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... are teaching them that this practice generates income and you therefore encourage it to continue. [End of Ray's soapbox diatribe] MAGO NATIONAL PARK We leave the village for Mago National Park to camp for the night. We stop at the road crossing of ...

HIGHLIGHTS Wed 17 Dec: Jinka, Ari & Mursi Tribes, Mago National Park, Ethiopia travel blog

HIGHLIGHTS Wed 17 Dec: Jinka, Ari & Mursi Tribes

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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South Omo Research Center, Jinka Off to Jinka for our lunch stop some 157 kms away. I had expected the countryside to get more barren as we headed west but no, to my pleasant surprise the hills were still terraced with farming. As we dropped down into ...

Mursi Village WITH Cameras, Mago National Park, Ethiopia travel blog

Mursi Village WITH Cameras

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Sitting by the bank of the river with the sound of the early morning birds and water rippling over the stones updating this blog in the early light before the sun had risen, along came a donkey and then a Mursi came along going about their way. It was ...

Visit to The Mursi Village, Mago National Park, Ethiopia travel blog

Visit to The Mursi Village

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... tomato, eggplant, etc.  I must have misheard Kibrom when I came up with the salami plant.  It wasn't until the Northern Ethiopia trip that I learned my mistake - after telling Leigh and Lang that it was the salami plant when we were at the Blue ...

Mursi Village Visit – NO CAMERAS, Mago National Park, Ethiopia travel blog

Mursi Village Visit – NO CAMERAS

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, close to the border with South Sudan. According to the 2007 national census, there are 7,500 Mursi, 448 of whom live in urban areas; of the total number, 92.25% live in the ...

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