2. The People
You’ll feel safe and welcomed the second you enter the country thanks to the friendliness of the natives. The diverse makeup of its inhabitants includes more than 80 ethnic groups with as few as 10,000 members and 200 dialects, although most of the people will greet you in Semitic or Cushitic language. Each unique group of people has its own traditions and rituals, and many of the far-off villages are more than happy to allow tourists in, including the Mursi in the Debub Omo Zone.