Arba Minch received its name for the abundant local springs which produce a groundwater forest. Located at the base of the western side of the Great Rift Valley, have multiple tourist attraction sites such as Nechisar National Park, Lake Abaya, and Chamo.
ARBA MINCH NATIONAL PARK
Named after the Amharic word for ‘forty springs,’ Arba Minch is an area of many tiny springs that bubble up from the ridge below them. It’s a lovely 3k walk through Nechisar National Park to reach the springs.
Arba Minch is the home of two of Ethiopia’s largest rift valley lakes (Abaya and Chamo), beautiful landscape (God’s Bridge), Forty (40) springs Nechisar National Park, Crocodile ranches, Crocodiles market, and the highland of Dorze village on its doorstep. The city is also used as a gateway to the Omo valley and Konso on the Southern circuit. It is one of the best destinations in Ethiopia.
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