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The Dorza Tribe are unique. Their homes are a completely different design from the tukuls around Ethiopia. They are built from bamboo and have vert tall rooflines. They house their cattle in a side room of their houses, for warmth. They’re known for their weaving....More
While traveling in Ethiopia with Kompas Travel, we overnighted in the Droze village. What fantastic experience staying in one of these beehive cottages (Droze Eco Lodge) and waking up to see the sunrise over the Abaya and Chamo lakes from you doorstep! .
We arrived late and it was raining hard so we didn't get much time to wander around . We did get the tour which was very very interesting they have a unique way of making bread and we admired their way of living . If...More
We went to the Omo Valley Ethiopia with our Guide Emany he's excellent through experience and we visit the tribes it was really Amazing experience with the tribes and Parks.he speak fluently English final we visit dorze village above Arba Minch with the views of...More
Dorze is a beautiful little town where you get to see all the traditional weaving and other traditional ways of living. If your guide is Tezera (+251 91 627 0294 local#/WhatsApp -- an Arba Minch-ian originally from Dorze, speaks English very very well), then you'll...More
I have been this village with group of people for our colleagues farewell in April. We have been experiencing pure and authentic culture of dorze. It was very interesting and life time memory . Above all, dorze people is the most hospitable people I have...More
About an hour drive from Arba Minch. Fascinating culture explained by local guide. While demonstrations are given they all seem to be part of local,life going on. Allowed inside one of the fascinating huts. There is some selling going on but not hard sell. Very...More
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I’m not sure if I have all the answers to your questions but I do know that the Dorze have villages mainly around Chencha and some around Arba Minch. They number in the the thousands but many have adapted to a more modern... More
I’m not sure if I have all the answers to your questions but I do know that the Dorze have villages mainly around Chencha and some around Arba Minch. They number in the the thousands but many have adapted to a more modern way of life, leaving the traditional woven beehive houses..
Hope that this helps.