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AED 2900 P.P ($790 ) On Twin Sharing AED 4000 n Single ($1090 )
When : 1st Dec ( Arrival ) 5th Dec ( Departure )
Duration : 5 Days/ 4 Nights
LEBANON – ANCIENT RUINS AND LUSH VINEYARDS
IN LEBANON WITH THE WORLD AT HER FEET
A journey to historical, cultural and gastronomical Lebanon. Tailor made excursions and visits to the best vineyards in Lebanon. We traverse across the country, with strategic stops at several historical sites and bask in the rich heritage of this once Roman and Greek empire.
Highlights of the tour
Discover Lebanon, a fascinating destination that retains the spirit of its history through its monuments, values, inheritance and passion.
Our journey begins with a visit to Jeita Grotto, a breathtaking view of natural dramatic karstic limestone caves inhabited in prehistoric times. Visited by boat , take advantage of this natural formation which is beautifully illuminated leaving you in total awe of this incredibly stunning sight
A wealthy colony with a medieval town center and crusader-era castle, blending in with chic cafés, restaurants and boutiques. Stroll across Byblos, soaking in the atmosphere.
The Harissa Hill is situated at a distance of 25 kilometers from Beirut, and at a 600m altitude in the heart of Kesrwan. We visit Our Lady of Harissa on a funicular ride
The most noble Roman temple built in Lebanon, the ruins of Baalbek are historical treasures preserved by a team of archeologists from Lebanon and around the world. Towering above the Beqaa plain you will be transported to a magnificent era when this monumental structure symbolized the power and wealth of Imperial Rome.
Attributed to Umayyad caliph al-Walid I during the 8th century as a palace-city, Anjar was abandoned for several years before resettlement took place in 1939 . The historical ruins of Anjar stand silently and while you absorb its surroundings
Visit Château Ksara in the Beqaa Valley Lebanon. Founded in 1857 by Jesuit Priests Château Ksara developed the first dry wine in Lebanon. Wine tastings included
Cedars of Lebanon
Cedrus libani, commonly known as the Cedar of Lebanon is a species of cedar native to the mountains of the Eastern Mediterranean basin. It is an evergreen conifer that can reach 40 m in height. Cedrus libani is the national emblem of Lebanon and is widely used as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens. We get a chance to see these tree resplendent in their winter glory
Visit the village named after the neighboring Monastery of Kozhaya,known as the Monastery of Saint Anthony the Great (Mar Antonios al-Kabir). The monastery is some 950 metres above sea level in the Valley of Kozhaya
This holy gorge is filled with ancient monasteries and hermitages carved into its cliffs.. a sight not to be missed!
Take part in a hands-on cooking class- learn with the experts, and taste what you have prepared when you’re done
Visit a traditional Lebanese Farmers Market and see and savour the products of small farmers who bring to the market their knowledge – preserving centuries old Lebanese food traditions for future generations to enjoy
Here’s what’s included:
( the programme includes drinks on arrival and dinner of what you have cooked )
- Wine tasting at Chateu Kasara
- All entrance fees
- Funicular fees
- Services of a professional English speaking guide
- Visa support letter
- Bottled water during the excursions
- Services of a tour director
What’s not included
- International Airfare.
- Travel/Medical Insurance.
- All extra excursions that are not stipulated will be borne by travelers.
- Meals ,Drinks & personal items that are not stipulated.
- Tips & gratuities.
- Personal expenses in the hotel and during the tour (including mini bar/ room service/ laundry etc).