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The museum is nice and well worth visiting. But make sure you don't arrive before the lunch break because they charge you full entrance fee but they throw you out even if you have seen just a small part of the collection. Beware that the...More
This little museum gave an excellent insight into the lives and customs of the peoples we were about to visit. There are interesting artefacts on display, but the most fascinating thing for me was the boards displaying the interviews and discussions of the local women....More
This is a good place to start your Omo Valley Tours from if you begin from Jinka to discover the untouched and unique Omo Valley tribal communities. It has a collection of the most of the locally usable items by the tribes in a display...More
I enjoyed some peace and quiet away from the bussling town down the hill and to learn about the peoples of the Omo valley and their history. It's worth your time to drop by for an hour or two and get a feel for life...More
Jinka 1967 smaĺ town. Fwe streets with a big market Place.Now a big townNerere Dile had School for his Ari People on sundays .He was one of few Aris going to regulare School. He became my Good friend! To meet Jim 49 years låter!!☺ Göran
I really enjoyed this museum - it has details about all of the tribes and some of the insights from woman are very interesting to read around marriage and getting old. There is a small shop where you can buy some tribe artifacts - I...More
This is a very attractive little museum in a great spot on top of the hill above Jinka, telling the story of the tribes. What fascinated me most was the research panels - sponsored by a German group - revealing the results of recorded interviews...More