A Great Hotel In The Southern Region

Mora Heights Hotel, nr Arba Minch

Mora Heights Hotel, nr Arba Minch Offers:

Lodging Type: Hotel

Dining: Ethiopian, A la carte: Ethiopian and some international dishes

Facilities: Laundry, Showers - 24hr hot water


  • Traditional tribes
  • National parks
  • Game drives
  • Bird watching
  • Trekking
  • Geographical sites
  • Lake

Price range:

  • Under 50 USD

  • 50-149 USD

About Mora Heights Hotel, nr Arba Minch

As its name suggests, Mora Heights Hotel is high on a hill, 1,285 meters above sea level.

The 28 en-suite rooms are made up of singles, doubles and twins. All have balconies, many of which have lovely views. The restaurant serves Ethiopian cuisine and has some international dishes. The bar is stocked with local and imported beers, wines and spirits, and has a cocktail menu. The spa offers massage and treatments. Conferences, weddings, birthdays and barbecues can be arranged.

The area is best known for the Dorze tribe and the Konso tribe; trips to their villages to experience their traditional way of life and to see how they make their local crafts are a highlight of the region. Other nearby sites of interest include Nechisar National Park, Lake Chamo, Lake Abaya, Guge Mountain and the crocodile farm. The hot springs known as Forty Sprints are believed to have healing waters. Activities include bird watching and nature walks. Hiking in the area is good, especially the hike across God’s Bridge: the isthmus between Lake Chamo and Lake Abaya.

Highlights Near Mora Heights Hotel, nr Arba Minch

There are several national parks in the south of Ethiopia, all of which were gazetted for a specific reason – whether it was to protect a certain species, or to conserve a habitat, or something else. Bale Mountain National Park is the best known and arguably the most interesting ...

While the towns of the region are few and far between, each has its own distinctive character and feeling. Shashemene is the home of the Rastafarian movement in Ethiopia, and has a Rasta museum and several Rasta bars. This originated when, in 1948, Emperor Haile Selassie gave some of his land ...