Oromia is the largest region of Ethiopia , surrounding the city of Addis Ababa. Both the famous Ethiopia Eastern Tourism Circuit and the Central and Southern Ethiopia National Parks and Tribes Circuit run through this region. These respectively include the Awash National Park, Babile Elephant Sanctuary, Kondudo Mountain with the Gursum Pearl Cave and Prison House of Lij Eyasu in the North and the Bale Mountains National Park, the proposed Borena Plain Wildlife Sanctuary and the proposed Turaco-Juniper Wildlife Reserve in the Center-south. Reasonably priced service providers include Ecotravel Ethiopia ☎ ++251 (0) 911-440-915" 
The Oromo make up a significant portion of the Horn of African population. In the Ethiopia alone the Oromo are estimated to constitute about 30% of the 85 million inhabitants of the country. In fact, the Oromo nation is one of the most numerous nations in Africa which enjoys a homogeneous culture; shares a common language; and has a some how common political, religious and legal institutions.
The Oromo language, Afaan Oromoo or Oromiffa, belongs to the eastern Kushitic group of languages and is the most extensive of the forty or so Kushitic languages. It is also considered to be one of the five most widely spoken languages from among the approximately 1000 languages spoken in Africa. The Oromo language is very closely related to Konso, with more than fifty percent of the words in common, closely related to Somali and distantly related to Afar and Saho.
In the region, Amharic is widely spoken too. In some big towns such as Nazret Amharic spearks even surpass Afaan Oromoo speakers in number. Basic English is understood by young people.
Bole International Airport The main hub for Ethiopian Airlines and also hosts Lufthansa, Sudan Airways, Kenya Airways, British Airways, KLM, Turkish Airways, Emirates, Gulf Air,Egypt Air and fly Dubai. A new runway and international terminal, which was said to be the largest in Africa, opened in 2003.