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I visited with my Ethiopian boyfriend and they made me pay 50 entrance + 100 for a guide and he didn't even guide me! Despite my BF's protest. So almost $6 for nothing. We did eat fish soup, fried fish, and raw fish... a feast...More
We had very bad experience. You cannnot entry without paying. The lady wanted 450birr (3 people) for only entrance - locals they dont pay anything. So we wanted to ask about this other people - they said that we need to pay only for the...More
We had an interesting visit to the fish market. Local guide told us about the history and current of the fishmarket. Lake Awasa is suffering heavily on overfishing and will extinct within the next ten years if nothing is being done. Fishermans monthly salary is...More
Really great to see how the local fisherman work in both the black market and official area. There were plenty of deals going down. Afterwards we walked in the local park where you can get very close to the monkeys and I would recommend
Very interesting to see the fisherman come in with their catches of mainly tilapia and catfish. Many photo opportunities including the marabou storks which fly down from their perches on the tops of the trees. Watch the fish being gutted then sold, also the many...More
Mildly interesting but overpriced for the country at around $4. You can see about a dozen or two fisherman haggling over prices, cutting fish, try a plate of raw or cooked fish and enjoy a coffee/soft drink at the lake.
It's one of the very...More