This lodge, situated within the national park at over 3,260 metres altitude, is the highest in Africa.

Sympathetically constructed in traditional style using local materials, accommodation consists of 26 rooms in thatched tukel roundhouses. The tukels have two rooms, each with a bathroom (shower), sheltered bacony and under-floor heating by solar power. It offers the highest standard of accommodation and food in the area.

Gelada baboons are regular visitors in the grounds.

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