it took us 2.5 hours to walk here, having had a lift half way. i was glad not to have walked the whole way! it took the same time to get back to the village from the very top.
it was steep, and as someone who suffers from vertigo i was glad to have a hand for the last few steps, which were fine with help.
there was only one other couple staying, and we did not get treated to the singing, dancing or foot massage which was a shame.
our tukul was delightful, and the staff escorted us to bed after dinner with solar charged lights. looroll, matches, candles and slippers all thoughtfully provided.
views wonderfu, and great to see the baboons too.
the food was some of the best we had - apparently the chef used to work at seven olives and it was REALLY good.
staff very friendly.
our tukul had an outside loo, with a seperate covered loo in the process of being built.
if you have a spare night or two this is an absolute delight.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Lalibela Hudad is a new boutique Ecolodge close to Lalibela. It's a secluded, natural sanctuary and a great place for wildlife spotting, hiking and relaxing. ... more less