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Mago National Park

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Omo Valley, Ethiopia
+251 92 193 2800
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The place of the Mursi tribe

The more different and fascinating tribe in the region. They live in the stone age, mutilate the... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2015
Moshe47
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Israel
Gateway park to visit the Mursi Tribe

This is a very large park sharing a border with Omo National Park. While it contains a number of... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2015
RodMcLeod
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San Francisco, California
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  • Average7%
  • Poor7%
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22 Apr 2015
“The place of the Mursi tribe”
21 Apr 2015
“Gateway park to visit the Mursi Tribe”
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Omo Valley, Ethiopia
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Reviewed 22 April 2015

The more different and fascinating tribe in the region. They live in the stone age, mutilate the womens with plate in the lips and ears. Live in the national park in a reserve. Life style that you can see only in the National Geographic channel....More

Thank Moshe47
Reviewed 22 April 2015

This is a very large park sharing a border with Omo National Park. While it contains a number of wild animals (elephants, gazelles, kudus, etc.), one has to be either lucky or be with an experienced guide to see them. Access roads are not in...More

3  Thank RodMcLeod
Reviewed 30 March 2015

Apparently we saw an elephant, but it was a grey blob through the brush so cannot be sure. Other than that we didn't see any animals at all. In fairness we didn't drive all the way through as it was evening and were just going...More

1  Thank Jenny W
Reviewed 29 March 2015

The park is reputed to be the home to animals but they must have been hiding when I was there in late February 2015. Actually there were lots of monkeys around our camp site during the night and during the morning. Still if you have...More

Thank abletokhuna
Reviewed 22 April 2013

The thing about Mago is that majority of people just pass through to visit the Mursi tribes that live on the other side of the park. Also the grimm reality is that it's very dificult to spot wildlife in this park. Actually have one time...More

2  Thank Matej H
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