Mago Park is 2162 square kilometres big on a height of 500 metres above sealevel on the east banks of the Omo river. It contains mostly savanna and acasia forest. The parc is not much develloped for tourist, but that is no reason to avoid it. You can stay overnight in campsites.
The parc is mostly famous for their inhabitants, Mursi, Karo, Banna, Dizi, Hamer and Bodi. These peoples, among the most fascinating in Africa, have maintained their ancient traditions almost completely unchanged to this day.
The park rise in the north to mount Mago (2,528 metres) and is home to 56 species of mammals. In the wide grassland you find buffalo, elephants, giraffe, lion, leopard, herds, kudu and Burchell's Zebra. The big diversity of birdlife here is typical for dry grasslands and river banks.
In the raining season, the road in the south is like this.