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To fill Lalibela with the light and warmth of hospitality –by delivering exceptional experiences – in our Guest house, every guest, every time. Recognizable by service and product quality standard in Lalibela; and to be consistent in promotion of excellence, novelties and future development. To be the most hospitable Guest house in Lalibela – by creating heartfelt experiences for Guests, meaningful opportunities for workers, high value for Owner and a positive impact in our Communities.

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We all live in an age that belongs to the young at heart. Life that is becoming extremely fast, day to day, also asks us to remain physically young. Young at heart.

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August, 15, 2019

Timket - Ethiopian Epiphany (January 19th or 20th)

Celebrating the Baptism of Christ, every January 19th (January 20 during leap year), Timket is the greatest colorful festival of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia. It celebrates the Baptism of Christ by John the Baptist. The eve of Timket is called Ketera. This is when the Tabots of each church are carried out in procession to a river or pool of water where the next day’s celebration will take place. A special tent is set up where each Tabot rests as members of the church choirs chant hymns.

August, 15, 2019

Ethiopian Christmas - Genna (January 7)

Ethiopia still retains the ancient Julian calendar in which Christmas falls on 7 January (of the Gregorian calendar.) People in towns and villages typically dress up in their finest to celebrate. The Ethiopian name given to Christmas is Ledet or Genna which comes from the word Gennana, meaning “imminent” to express the coming of the Lord and the freeing of mankind from sin. Genna festivities begin before 3 days with an extensive religious pilgrimage to Lalibela from the different corners, and people gather in each day in the churches for mass.

August, 15, 2019

The History Of Lalibela

Lalibela is located in northern Ethiopia, about 701 kilometers north of Addis Ababa and halfway up on Roha Mountain. It is one of Ethiopia’s holiest places, dating back to the 12th century. Lalibela town, formerly known as Roha, named after one of Ethiopian priest ruler, King Lalibela (1181-1221), a member of the Zagwe dynasty. Lalibela is known by the amazing eleven churches hewn from solid rock. Built in the twelfth century, they are still standing in excellent condition.