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I have to say I went to Lalibela in bad shape. This is why I had a tough time climbing up to Asheton. It was worth every it though. The panoramic view of Lalibela Town is breathtaking. Make sure to carry an extra t-shirt and...More
and for the trails, there is 2 ways in order to reach this place
from lalibela center, a trekking , nice one, around half day go and back or by car , you ll stop at the parking then you ll walk 20 minutes, the...More
We drove to the end of the road, then walked up in the early morning. Low hanging clouds and fog made the walk surreal, and we met many young boys carrying things up and down the trail. We spent a couple of hours on top...More
We started our 2 day/ 1 night trek here. one of the monks showed us the old scriptures which was very impressive.
The trek was amazing and took us through villages and fields - allowing us to gain a better insight into rural Ethiopian life....More
By far my favourite experience of Lalibella! It was a hard climb at first ( we started from the city), and for those who are not used to high altitude beware- it will take your breath away and not in a good way! But after...More
We wanted to hike to the monastery without a guide, which is easy to do. The app maps. me (better than Google maps) shows part of the hiking trail. It begins with a dirt road, and soon a steep but doable hiking trail. The disadvantage...More
The monastery is small and understated in comparison to those in Lalibela, though it does hold many sacred artifacts. However, the real attraction is the hike from Lalibela up to the monastery, which boasts of some spectacular views. I did this hike with a family...More