The most wilderness Ethiopia’s National Park, with an area of 4,068 sq km, it is a vast expanse of the wilderness, adjacent to the Omo River, is home to a remarkable range of wildlife. 306 species of birds have been identified here, while large herds of eland, some buffalo, elephants, giraffe, cheetah, lion, leopard, and Burchell’s zebra are common. The park is not easily accessible, as the current means of access is via Omorate and the ferry to the north bank of the river. The park headquarter is 75 km from Kibish settlement. However, a new airstrip is also available close to the headquarters and a pleasant campsite on the Mui River plans are in hand for further major improvements.