One of the benefits of tourism is that you can see for yourself sites whose existence you just took for granted.When a person who saw Gerset years ago, goes there today, he is in for a real sur- prise. Filled up to its borders, the Gerset Dam today seems to be the venue of convention for the trees and animals in the area, while the vast land across it has gone beyond providing the fruits of its soil. In the early morning hours, swarms of birds invade the Gerset skies as they fly away, but only to return in the same manner as the sun sets down. This is a clear sign of Gerset’s inevitable contribution towards promoting a rich biodiversity. It has already begun becoming a domestic tourism destination and soon Gerset Dam, along with the neighboring Fanko- Rawi and Fanko-Tsimue dams, will definitely be welcoming tourists from the region as well as around the world.