Tukul Village

Address: Main Road, Lalibela, Ethiopia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Main Road, Lalibela, is near Simien National Park and The Ruins of Aksum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsTukul Village Lalibela

      Reviewed by mguay

      Bel hôtel

      Reviewed May 19, 2014
      by (31 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

      Cet hôtel nous a été recomandé pour Lalibela. Nous y sommes restés trois soirs. Selon les standars de l'Éthiopie, cet hôtel se mérite un cinq étoiles. Localement, les gens qualifient cet hôtel d'un des deux meilleurs de l'endroit, l'autre étant le Mountain View.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by hannunokkonen

      Nice...

      Reviewed Jan 14, 2011
      by (1 review) , Ethiopia Flag of Ethiopia

      Stayed for 2 nights, were comfortable room with hot shower and a great view over to Bet Giyorgis. Food at the restaurant wasn't that diverse, quite ok though. Prize and quality met, I have to say!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Tukul Village Lalibela

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Lalibela

      Départ pour Lalibela

      A travel blog entry by mguay on May 20, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

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      Tyring Crowds

      A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 20, 2014

      1 photo

      ... out of the jeep and once spun around again three or four bystanders would have joined him. Turning to make a remark to one of the group I would then turn back to see nine. Despite this multiplication of humans that resembled a virus in a petri dish, there was no feeling of intimidation and puzzled looks or smiles were the most common facial expressions.

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      Churches, Caves, Rocks, Pilgrims plus Minibuses

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Feb 16, 2014

      5 photos

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      Saving Norway From A Caterpiller

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Dec 24, 2013

      11 photos

      ... baby all climbed in, and off we went. Turns out that they were an extended family group from Norway. Well actually it's a bit more complicated than that. One of the guys, who has an Ethiopian grandmother and a Japanese grandmother, was born to an Ethiopian father who had married a Norwegian while living in Norway, so he considers himself Norwegian. However, the family had moved when he was young from Norway to the Netherlands where he had grown up ...

      Lalibela and The Underground Churches

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Dec 23, 2013

      9 photos

      ... all over the churches, and take photographs of everything and anybody. As long as we took our shoes off inside, and didn't go into the Holy of Holies in each church, we were free to explore. One day that will change I'm sure but its a nice change.

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