Sparkling blue water, serene beach, friendly people, appetizing meal, spellbinding view welcomes you once you step into Sour beach, Lebanon. Tourists, who often come here looking for absolute solace in nature or to spend peaceful family time Sour beach offers you ample opportunity to satisfy and rejuvenate your spirit. It is the sorted world Heritage site for UNESCO where you can pamper yourself sitting under the beach umbrella and munch on Lebanese Mezza dishes.
These karstic limestone caves happen to be one of the finest interconnected caves which are divided into the upper and lower grotto. The spectacular beauties of magnificently formed limestone formations never miss stunning the tourists. This dreamy trip can be summoned by boat or on foot. The splendor can transport you to another prehistoric world and take a plunge into the fascinating natural wonder. Photography is strictly prohibited there and the book ticket includes cable car and toy train rides.
Be a history buff or a romantic storyteller, a seasoned traveler, or a beach enthusiast, Batroun provides you a perfect gateway to make a soothing experience to crown your memory lane. One may take a stroll or cycling trip or can take rental bikes to explore the enticing white sandy beaches. To explore underwater one may go scuba-diving and tour turquoise water surfing. The floating Jacuzzis can set you bound free to view the endless Mediterranean Sea.
The capital city of Lebanon provides a sound amalgamation of ancient and modern, fast-paced city life to leisurely paced beach life. Beirut is the apex point where East meets West. Historical monuments bearing the essence of Beirut as the survivor of the civil war, stately museums holding the remembrances of their glorious past and contemporary history, the royal Blue Mosque or the high fashioned multiplexes and branded shopping malls, Beirut has a long list of diverse and multiple attractions to captivate tourists to visit there again and again.
This valley stands apart with the signature of early Christian settlements in the world and the Forest of the Cedars God marks the ideal destination for meditation and take refuge to seek the deeper meaning of life. The valley is curved by the holy Qadisha River, displays an impressive array of flora and fauna. This place is high on archaeological value and also an exciting hiking attraction. The monasteries, archaeological museums, natural waterfalls, mossy walls altogether enrich you with a refreshing experience.
76 kilometers from Beirut and a 2-hour drive to Baatora George waterfalls are a must fall for the tourists and should top the ‘to see’ bucket list in Lebanon. This natural sinkhole has undeniable historical value. Geologists believe a 160 million years old place would have been the dwelling destination of dinosaurs. The ideal time to visit this place in March or April when the melting snow from mountains ultimately gets poured into this sinkhole. It is the lover's spot for the trek-lovers, but one must be careful of the slippery stones.
Thisancient site is a sheer attraction for history lovers. The ruins of the Greco-Roman period with vestiges of Phoenician traditionprovide architectural value.Baalbeck is better known as the ‘Heliopolis’ or the Sun-City’ of the ancient world. This colossal construction is one of the most famous Models of Ancient Roman architecture has managed to survive the stellar look for centuries still never fails to attract tourists for its undiscovered facets.
Byblos, the largest and the oldest Phoenician coastal city-state of Lebanon better known as Jbeil is a popular anchorage for nightlife seekers with its typical merger with antediluvian and cutting-edge culture. The amazing ambiance of Oasis, Frolic, Club Catania treats visitors and locals alike with complete pub culture, good food, live music, and beach atmosphere. Jbeil meets the expectations of the foreign travelers flourishingly.