Omo National Park is a national park of Ethiopia. It is located in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Region on the west bank of the Omo River. It is Ethiopia’s most remote park and not easy accessible. The park stretches over about 4,068 square kilometres, an airstrip was constructed on the Mui River near the park and the Omo National Park is located across Mago National Park.
After the discovery of fossil fragment of Homo sapiens dated circa 195,000 years old in the Omo Kibish Formation, the lower reaches of the Omo River were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Omo River, the Maji Mountain, Sharum plains, Sai plains, the Lilibai Plains, Dirga Hills, hot springs, Mui River and the Maji Mountains.
Wildlife found in this park include Buffalo, Elephants, Giraffe, Cheetah, Lion, Leopard and Burchell's Zebra.