Don't let the name scare you. If something is interesting, it will probably occur surprisingly. All you have to do is to keep walking and search for it. Being a nomad traveler we will walk through the valley and jungle, we drive to nowhere with the courage to lose our way and as we hunt for new experience we may end up leaving the first traveler foot print.
sight doing tours
You will be crossing the tourist line and living the life of locals while traveling. You will be served one meal a day and you have to work for survival. In some places your responsibility will be handling the the outside work. It can be farming, taking cattle to the bush in the morning and returning back late afternoon, harvesting, selling goods and products in Markets or protecting the farm from any dangers (monkeys and ape) and you will be served hot plate at the end of the day. You can also handle the household responsibilities like cook, milking, baby sitting, house building and any kind of jobs that fit you. in some place you will be collecting food and fruit, fishing, hunting and preparing food for yourself.
Addis Ababa - Jimma - Mizan Teferi, to the Bench ethnic groups, the biggest coffee plantation of Bebeka, exploring the Agnuak Tribe, a river people whose villages are scattered in southeastern Sudan, and continued to Tulgit “ gate of Surma", proceed to the Bashagi ( remote village of Suri ) via Kibish which is a capital of Surma, and visiting a Suri men extracting gold traditionally, the less visited highlander Dizi tribe and on the last day, a peaceful stop In Wenche crater lake.