The Omo River in southern Ethiopia is the largest Ethiopian river outside the Nile Basin. Its course is entirely contained within the boundaries of Ethiopia, and it empties into Lake Turkana on the border with Kenya.
Omo River is a major attraction for water rafters. The river passes varied scenery, including an open gallery forest of tamarinds and figs, wildlife, endemic and colorful birds and the Omo Valley tribes.
People with unique culture: Along with the bank of Omo River, people with unique culture are sheltering: Surma and Mursi, Karo and Dassenech and others.
Birds: – Goliath herons, blue breasted kingfishers, white-cheeked turacos, emerald-spotted wood doves, red-fronted bee-eaters, Abyssinian ground hornbills and many more
Wildlife: – Lion, Cheetah, Elephants, wild Dogs, Kudu, Buffalo, hippos, waterbuck, bushbuck and many more.