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The Suri are a traditionally pastoral tribe on the west bank of the Omo River, with a culture centred around cattle. However, in recent times the Suri are relatively settled and also carry out agriculture and cultivation of grains. Cattle bring status to Suri people, and are a direct measure of a person’s wealth. Their tribe’s population is roughly 7,500 in total, with individual villages ranging from 40 to 2,500 people.

Each Suri household is run by a woman, who owns her own field and makes money from selling grains and beer. The Suri men are divided into different age-sets (children, young men, junior elders and senior elders) with each set having specific roles within the community.

Attractions in Ethiopia

Nyangatom (Bumi) Tribe

Banna Tribe

Kara (Karo) Tribe

Dasenech Tribe

Hamer Tribe

Bodi Tribe

Mursi Tribe

Ashenda Festival

Enkutatash (Ethiopian New Year)

Ethiopian Christmas (Genna)

Meskel (Finding of the true cross)

Epiphany (Timket)

Abijatta-Shalla National Park

Nechisar National Park

Gambella National Park

Omo National Park

Mago National Park

Bale Mountains National Park

Simien Mountains National Park

Awash National Park

Aledeghi Wildlife Reserve

Rift Valley Lakes

Bahir Dar & Lake Tana

Danakil Depression




Meskel Square

Merkato Express

Medhanealem Cathedral

Red Terror Martyrs’ Memorial Museum

St. George

Ethnological Museum

Unity Park

Holy Trinity Cathedral

National Museum Of Ethiopia

Erta Ale Volcano