Lalibela Hudad Fresh 2015 Reviews and Links
"October 2015 review from a guest from Vermont USA" , by Ellen Lake. This recent guest emphatically ended her review by saying, "Yes, make your reservation and experience this very special place. Travelling with a group of 5 women she found the hike to the Lodge enjoyable with sights of "lush scenery and donkey traffic." In describing the food she exclaimed, "how could the food be so good when there is no electricity or running water." Ellen's descriptive passage of the campfire singing at night and 'amazingly beautiful stone buildings' expresses the wonder and satisfaction of so many other Lalibela Hudad guests.
"A Fantastic Magical Stay This review's powerfull passage describes a very competent and friendly guide, Workeye taking the guest and his girls to the surrounding local villages where they met, "the most welcoming and friendly people among the most amazing scenery I have ever seen." The guest goes on to recommend the Lalibela Hudad as a 'must do' for anyone visiting Ethoipia.
Hailing from London, England, Rob is ranked as a Trip Advisor Level 3 contributor He writes of a "wonderful experience" at the Lalibela Hudad Eco Lodge. He offers numerous travel tips about the weather, dress codes, guides and transportation. He describes the huts as spacious, how well they slept and highlights the view of eagles and vultures flying right besides him and his wife off the plateau. It is a long and helpful review with first hand tips from a recent guest.
Extraordinary Place This review is listed under 'Hann T' from Beligium and is short and succinct. To this guest the Lalibela Hudad, the local community and the sights and sounds were, "absolutely fantastic." Hann goes on to say sum up, "Peacefull local people, pleasant wild animals, and of course breath taking landscape. ... I really hope to go there again with my friends."
Level 4 Contributor on Trip AdvisorA highly rated Trip Advisor reviewer, listed under
Why choose us?
No hassling, no shopping, no village nearby completely just nature and you and yet located in the main artery of Ethiopian tour routes.
"The feeling of feeling far away" Trip Advisor Review
Fewer Tukuls means more personal space
No light pollution means better star gazing on dark nights one star gazer wrote a review in trip advisor called the "Lost World of King Lalibela" stating it is one few places in the world where you can see the northern and southern crosses together
Bird Life, wild life and natural scenery
Opens up the mind; create insights and a spirit of reflection