The western part of the country is still relatively wild, but not devoid of attractive historical and natural sites. Western Ethiopia is a truly extraordinary place to visit with superb scenery and colorful culture, and yet undiscovered place of Ethiopia. Between Jimma and Gambela, wild forests and vast coffee plantations shape the landscape. Major sights are the Jimma Museum and the former Palace of the Kaffa King Abba Jiffar city. The fascinating costumes, colorful ceremonies and celebrations, arts, crafts, music and dance of Gambela, and nearby Surma people along with the natural forests in the western part will take one’s breath away