A journey to Gambela is journey through the rain forest ,Beautiful scenery, and different colorful cultures all combine to make this part of the country unique.
This chapter takes you along the bank of the fast flowing Baro River, the largest River of western Ethiopia flowing across the western lowland on the boarder of Sudan.
The major inhabitant along this wide river shore are the Anuak and Neur people with roots that can be traced to the chari-Nilotic language family of eastern Africa.
The Anuak are Fisher folk who practice limited farming, where as the Neur, the largest ethnic group in the region are largely cattle herders.
Sightseeing to villages of each of the tribe mention is a drive traversing Gambela National Park which posses several species of animals and bride some of them not found else where in Ethiopia.