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Visit Wolayta Ethiopia
The term Wolayta (spelled sometimes as Wolaita, Walayat, Welayta, Wolayita, Wolaitta, & Wolaytta) refers to a region, people, ethnicity and language.
The Wolayta people are one of the indigenous people of Ethiopia who have their own culture, tradition, political legacy and kingdom. The Wolayta have about 200 clans which are divided in to two main tribes called Malla and Dogala. Historians classify this people as Omotic family which is one of the four language families in Ethiopia. This is because their settlement is parallel with the Omo River in the area. Wolaytas are one of Omotic language speaking people and their language is called also Wolayta (walaitato donna) by the name of the people.
Location: Wolayta Sodo - Ethiopia
Desc: VISIT WOLAYTA - A Place Where Music and Dance Combines!
Wolayta, Ethiopia is a beautiful green land still not completely opened for tourism activity, which potentially offers a great variety of attractions for tourists. Actually, a visit to Wolayta attractions and villages are highly requested by the tourists and tour operators but has not been readily available.
So this, an all inclusive tourism directory web site of the Wolayta region