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The Prices Including 

The Prices Including 

Transportation and guide services 

 

The Prices Including 

Transportation and guide services 

 

Explore three fascinating cities and marvel at several well-preserved historical remains, such as Heliopolis and the Temple of Jupiter

 

Baalbek

Baallbek- Anjar and ksara

USD 150/ 9 Hours

 

Anjar

The city's wide avenues are lined with mosques, palaces, baths, storehouses, and residences. The city ruins cover 114,000 square meters and are surrounded by large, fortified stone walls, over two meters thick and seven meters high. 

Ksara

Discover Ksara Chateau -- one of Lebanon's oldest wineries – and enjoy a wine tasting

 

USD 140/ 9 Hours

 

Mzaar Kfardebian ski area is widely regarded as one of the most scenic and entertaining mountain resorts in Lebanon​.

Byblos:

A thriving modern town with an ancient heart, Byblos is a mix of sophistication and tradition. The old harbor is sheltered from the sea by a rocky headland. Nearby are the excavated remains of the ancient city, the Crusader castle and church and the old market area.

Batroun:

Batroun is likely the "Batruna" mentioned in the Amarna letters dating to the 14th century B.C. Batroun was mentioned by the ancient geographers Strabo, Pliny, Ptolemy, Stephanus Byzantius, and Hierocles. Theophanes called the city "Bostrys.

Mzaar Kfardebian ski area is widely regarded as one of the most scenic and entertaining mountain resorts in Lebanon​.

         Jeita Grotto and Faraya 

Jeita Grotto is split into two parts; the upper with a breathtaking view of extraordinary stone that forms curtains and columns, draperies and mushrooms. A boat ride is offered at the lower grotto. It also features ropeways, train, miniature zoo, gardens and many sculptures.

Jeita Grotto:

Jeita - Baatara Gorge Waterfall -                            Byblos

Baatara Gorge Waterfall:

Jeita Grotto:

Jeita Grotto, Harissa and Byblos Tour

The grotto is split into two parts; the upper with a breathtaking view of extraordinary stone that forms curtains and columns, draperies and mushrooms. A boat ride is offered at the lower grotto. It also features ropeways, train, miniature zoo, gardens and many sculptures.

Harissa:

One of Lebanon’s oldest and most visited tourist attractions, the gondolas of the Teleferique aerial cableway are a trip down memory lane.  The teleferique leads you  to the Maronite Church of Harissa.

Byblos:

A thriving modern town with an ancient heart, Byblos is a mix of sophistication and tradition. The old harbor is sheltered from the sea by a rocky headland. Nearby are the excavated remains of the ancient city, the Crusader castle, St. Peter church and the old market area.

USD 130/ 9 Hours

 

Jebran Khalil Jebran Museum -Becharre Cedars - Kasdiha Valley

Beiteddine Palace:

Beiteddine Palace- Deir Al-Qamar - and Shouf Cedars Reserve

Its grand dimensions encompass three main courtyards, huge vaulted stables, small museums, guest apartments, water fountains, marble portals and marquetry, and luxuriously decorated and domed hammams (bathhouses

Jebran Khalil Jebran Museum:

Founded in 1935, the Jebran Museum possesses 440 original paintings and drawings of Jebran and his tomb

Becharre Cedars:

 There are around 300 cedars and they are considered to be the oldest and largest cedar trees in Lebanon, rising up to 35m high and some considered to be up to 2000 years old.

Kadisha Valley :

The Kadisha Valley is a valley that lies within the Becharre and Zgharta Districts of the North Governorate of Lebanon. The valley is a deep gorge carved by the Kadisha River, also known as the Nahr Abu Ali when it reaches Tripoli. 

Tours Plans

Deir Al-Qamar:

The ancient town of Deir Al-Qamar dates back to feudal times. Particularly well-preserved, Deir Al-Qamar is a town with cobblestone streets, walled gardens, and picturesque secluded corner

Shouf Cedars Reserve:

The largest of Lebanon nature reserves, blanketed with oak forests on its northeastern slopes and juniper and oak forests on its southeastern slopes

USD 120/ 9 Hours

 

National Museum

Located just off the western end of the Corniche are several natural rock structures/ arch known as Pigeon Rocks. You can also take a boat ride around the rock formations and apparently through some caves

USD 80 / 5 Hours

 

The story of the National Museum started in 1919 with a small group of ancient artifacts, which had been collected by Raymond Weill, a French officer stationed in Lebanon. These objects were displayed in one of the rooms of the German Deaconesses building in Georges Picot Street in Beirut. This exhibition hall served as a temporary museum. 

Beirut Downtown:

Martyr’s square in downtown holds a monument to the Martyrs of the Civil War, when the country was wracked by sectarian fighting and external interference. The statue, which is of a young man and woman reaching for the sky, provides a good backdrop for pictures. 

Beirut Downtown, Corniche and               National Museum Tour

Raouche rocks

Tripoli:

Forty-five buildings in the city, many dating from the 14th century, have been registered as historical sites. The souks, together with the “khans”, form an agglomeration of various trades where tailors, jewelers, perfumers, tanners and soap-makers work in surroundings that have changed very little over the last 500 years.

USD 140/ 9 Hours

 

Faraya:

Jeita Grotto is split into two parts; the upper with a breathtaking view of extraordinary stone that forms curtains and columns, draperies and mushrooms. A boat ride is offered at the lower grotto. It also features ropeways, train, miniature zoo, gardens and many sculptures.

USD 120/ 9 Hours

 

USD 150/ 9 Hours

 

Jeita Grotto:

Byblos:

          Byblos -batroun and Tripoli 

A thriving modern town with an ancient heart, Byblos is a mix of sophistication and tradition. The old harbor is sheltered from the sea by a rocky headland. Nearby are the excavated remains of the ancient city, the Crusader castle and church and the old market area.

Sidon

The entrance to Sidon from the north is on a wide divided highway lined with palm trees. As you approach, the landmark Crusader Sea Castle and modern port installations are immediately visible. The busy main street is full of small shops of every kind, including patisseries, whose oriental delicacies are stacked in little pyramids.

Sidon, Tyre, and Maghdouche 

Tyre

Greek, Roman and Byzantine remains mingle in two archaeological sites open to visitors. One set of excavated ruins is on the Old Town's southern end—it used to be an island before Alexander the Great built a causeway to it and centuries of silt filled in the rest. About half an hour's walk to the east is the other archaeological site, which includes a Roman necropolis, triumphal arch, aqueduct and the reconstructed Hippodrome (used in the film Ben Hur). 

Maghdouche

Most famous landmark is the tower of Our Lady of Mantara, which is a Marian shrine built on May 16, 1963. Above the cave that is believed to have been the resting place of the Virgin Mary as she waited for Jesus while he preached in Sidon.

USD 130/ 9 Hours