The Wenchi Eco Tourism Association, the office of which is located a kilometre or so before the parking area on the Ambo side of the crater, provides the compulsory guide (Birr200 for up to five people) and optional…
The bureau organises documentation for visits to Nuer villages. A local guide (Birr500 per group) is compulsory, as is a letter granting permission to enter a village (Birr150). These will take about 15 minutes to s…
These are the people you'll need to convince to let you visit the Bebeka Coffee Plantation – ring them or visit to arrange a letter of introduction, but you'll still have to argue with them at the plantation gate to…
If you're looking to visit one of the Nuer villages around Gambela and arrive in town when the Culture and Tourism Bureau is closed, contact Aychlum and he might be able to help out.
This office oversees the coffee industry, so this is who you should see if you want to visit Tepi's Coffee Plantation.
Currency-exchange services and an ATM that accepts Visa. There’s another Dashen ATM outside the Honey Land Hotel.
Unusually useful and helpful when it comes to planning a trip to Gambela National Park.
You’ll find a Dashen bank with an ATM accepting Visa cards on Ambo's main drag.
A better bet than the local hospital.
Moderately useful tourist office.