12-23
Nov-2013

Lost Tribes of the Southern Ethiopia

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“LOST WORLD” IS OUT THERE


We invite you to real photographic adventure tn the country of the lost tribes. These tribes are still yet to be reached by the civilization and they are the last standing guards over the ancient customs and national traditions. Photo-tour to the distant and obscure lands of the Southern Ethiopia will introduce you to the hidden tribes of Bodi, Karo, Hammer, Ari, Galeb, Bene, Dorze, Arbore, Mursi and others and will allow you to shoot pictures that will remain forever in your memory and maybe will land you some awards in the photo contests.

Ethiopia is a country of discoveries, bright and mysterious. But above all this is a country of unforgettable stories, peoples, cultures and traditions, many of which go back for thousands of years. Photographer who arrives to Ethiopia if not simply taking a plane; this is also ​a travel through time. As part of our photo tour we will get to the most interesting and hard-to-reach areas of the Southern Ethiopia, concentrating on shooting of the local tribes, each of which has its own unique features, like skin painted with the warlike ornaments, jewelry made of aircraft wreckage, huge saucers in lips and ears, etc. You can’t find such experiences anywhere else in the world, and make sure to see it before civilization has not penetrates these hidden corners of the world.

This tour is carried out by the Photolight agency, and I (Einat Klein) is the photo-guide of this tour. Additional details and sign-up are available at the Photolight web site (in Hebrew).

  • 12-23
    Nov-2013
    Leader: Einat
    Meeting time: 21:00
    Duration: 11 days
    Maximum number of participants: 15
    Destination:

2990 per person

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What's included:
  • Airfare
  • Transport in Ethiopia
  • Visits to all sites
  • Professional drivers
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Lodging
  • Three meals a day and mineral water for the whole duration of the tour
  • Professional photo-guide Einat Klein
 

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