Venture to the Gambela National Park of the Eastern Ethiopia where the rainforest intertwines with vast plains and valleys. It is an area of contradictions. Politically unstable. But naturally serene. Powerful identity and culture fuel these incredible lives of the Suri people while farming and trading fuel their economy.

  • 7

    Days

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

  • Intense

  • 5

Journey deep into the Omo Valley in Ethiopia, near the border to South Sudan, to discover the beautiful Mursi people. Completely isolated from the rest of the country, you’ll have just the surrounding mountains and the rivers Omo and Mago to keep you company.

  • 9

    Days

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

  • Intense

  • 5

Unchain your mind in the south-western region of the landlocked country of Ethiopia by the fertile stream beds of the Omo River. Explore. Expand. Experience. Take the leap and get to know the cattle jumping tribe called Hamer.

  • 11

    Days

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

  • Intense

  • 5

There’s nothing quite like a trip to the sun-soaked hills of Ethiopia to change your viewpoint on life. Here you’ll discover the breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site belonging to the Konso, a demonstration of how their engineering prowess and traditions continue to thrive.

  • 6

    Days

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

  • Intense

  • 5

Bring down your mental borders and connect with the welcoming people in the arid terrains of Central Africa, the Daasanach. You’ll create close ties with a tribe renowned for their fighting prowess and understand why they are feared by many of their surrounding neighbours.

  • 4

    Days

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

  • Intense

  • 5

Challenge your perception of beauty and capture the splendour of the Karo’s tribal makeup. Living along the east banks of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia, you’ll be joining one of the smallest tribes in the region. The Karo’s extraordinary skills in body and face painting makes their artform unique in the world.

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

Explore the pastoral beauty of Fulani life, where kinship is king, labors are shared, and communal music wends above fertile fields. Family-focused masters of the pasture, the Fulani strive to embody respect, modesty, courage, and wisdom; a nomadic path you’ll be welcomed to embrace.

  • 14

    Days

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

Travel to the remote part of West Africa and make your way to Banda Fassi—a town about 750 km from Dakar near the borders of Mali and Guinea. Seek and soak in one of the least known tribes in the world and join the many celebrations of the People of the Happy Valley.

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

The Aari are blessed with vast and fertile lands in the north of Mago National Park. In fact, they own the largest territory of all local tribes. Expand your mind by experiencing their local customs and history.

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

Scattered in small villages across one of the most picturesque parts of Senegal, live the Diola people. Diola means ‘payback’. This is because of their habit to do back what's been done to them, either good or bad. Find a new rhythm in their music-loving culture and learn more about their crop-growing expertise on this enlightening experience.

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

Set out to explore one of the biggest indigenous tribes of Ethiopia, the Banna. Living in the south-eastern highlands of the Omo Valley, this tribe welcomes those who are peaceful and friendly. Uncover and understand how this tribe has survived centuries in a severely hot and dry landscape and unbind your own spirit.

  • C Africa

  • Tropical

Awaken your senses on the sun-soaked plains of Africa, where you’ll meet the Samburu community. Escape your daily routine and experience their nomadic lifestyle, as well as their deep connection to the environment and animals that the tribe depends on for survival.

  • 6

    Days

  • C Africa

  • Mild

  • Intense

  • 5