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Arba Minch Fishing

The beautiful blue Lake Chamo stands out againest the rugged mountains and rolling hills of the Omo Valley - neighbour to the Great Rift Valley.

Nestled on the edge of Arba Minch, Lake Chamo is just asking to have time spent on or in it's cool waters.

Spend a relaxing day with the local fishermen in their papyrus boats as they ply the calm waters then bring home what you catch.

Why do the Arba Minch Fishing?

Relaxing day fishing Calm, blue Lake Chamo Stunning, rugged Omo Valley vista Traditional fishing in traditional boats


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