A region and city in southern Ethiopia are called Arba Minch. It consists of two parts: Schecha, the uptown administrative core, and Sikela, an 8-mile-distance business and residential region.
Nechisar National Park, where visitors may get up-close views of Ethiopia’s diverse wildlife and plant species, is the area’s main draw for tourists. In addition, the park is home to the hot springs that give the city its name, Arba Minch, which translates to “forty springs.”
Visitors will find many mangoes, guava, and pineapple plants as well as fish farms in Arba Minch, a region of the country that is quite resourceful.
This travel guide covers the ideal times to visit Arba Minch, what to see and do, and helpful tips for travelers.