Simien Lodge

Address: 18/09 Lileta, Debark, Ethiopia | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 18/09 Lileta, Debark.
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      Travel Blogs from Debark

      Simien Mountains

      A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Jan 13, 2015

      1 comment, 15 photos

      Well I am alone after two great weeks travelling with Matt. Both of us are rather more used to travelling alone, but also ready to share some of our experiences. The best thing about travelling with someone is that you can relax a little more than normal because you know you have another person to keep an eye on your stuff and what is going on. Oh and if they are as sound as Matt then you have good company and banter for those long journeys!

      A little lonely at first, ...

      Simean Lodge to Axum

      A travel blog entry by kinruss on Jan 03, 2015

      1 comment, 35 photos

      An 8 hour drive from the Simean Lodge at 3200m to Axum. The first four hours was a. back jarring drive along a narrow winding dirt road built by the Italians in the 30's. Thankfully we only passed a handful of cars and being Saturday no roadworks were happening otherwise it would have been tedious. Combined with massive roadworks and the steep inclines, we travelled at mostly 10-20kph. Coming down the steep escarpment, there were few people, as they took a shortcut straight down or ...

      Heading up to the Simean Mountains

      A travel blog entry by kinruss on Jan 02, 2015

      42 photos

      The countryside continues to be lush. As we head up the mountains, the rice fields and sugar cane are replaced by wheat, barley and lentils. They are harvesting the 2nd crop. We stopped to watch some threshing, where the young boy spends the whole day leading the cattle round and round to break down the rice husks. Higher up the road is lined by different species of eucalypt and a pink flower and wild rugosa roses The horses, ...

      Bwahit summit (4400m) & a proper bed again

      A travel blog entry by laurak44 on Nov 01, 2014

      47 photos

      ... br> After the first hour from camp we could see the summit ahead and we came across so many gelada baboons so close to us. It took us 3.5 hours to reach the summit where you could buy beer and jewellery and we met some other groups. Great achievement, great ...

      2nd day hike including Jinbar waterfall

      A travel blog entry by laurak44 on Oct 30, 2014

      85 photos

      Todays hike included views over the Kana valley, Gich Abyss and climbing over a narrow rock bridge to a viewpoint overlooking the Jinbar waterfall where water falls 500m into the abyss - by far one of the best places I've ever ...