Mago National Park

Located in the southwest region of Ethiopia and established in 1974 for the protection of giraffes and elephants, the Mago National Park covers 2 162 km2. Despite its semi-arid vegetation, the park is home to several species of birds, mammals and reptiles. Ideal for safaris, the park also attracts hikers looking for adventure. It is best known for the presence of Mursis, one of the last tribes of Africa where women wear labrets to their lips.



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