Addis Ababa, Ethiopia's capital, is Africa's political capital as is the seat of the HQ of the African Union, the HQ of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, and more than 110 embassies.
Day 4 We move further south to the town of Jinka to visit the Konso villages, known for their traditional cluster house style, ritual sites, grave mark Totem (known as Waka), and traditional terrace farming. Our next stop will be Key Afer where you will be able to join in the local weekly Banna and Tsamay market, a very colorful market that attracts neighboring tribes in the region - the Aris from Jinka, the Tsamay from Weyto and the Hamars from Dimeka. Visiting this market will allow you to compare the dressing patterns, ornamentation techniques etc. of the various tribes in the area.
The people are beautiful and have a unique culture. They do not like being photographed, understandably, so one should be polite and ask if they mind being pictured. Turmi is in the heart of Hamar (as they are more commonly known) country. A visit to a local Hamar village is an experience that will never be forgotten.The Hammer tribe is a peaceful and friendly large group. They life still on a traditional way. There "bull jump " is one of the most fascination things to see.