Beqaa Package

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Tour Itinerary


A red-roofed town set among the eastern foothills of Mount Sannine, Zahlé enjoys a prime location in the
Beqaa valley. Snowcapped mountains tower above it in winter, while in summer its 945-meter elevation keeps
the air light and dry we will be visiting:
• Alay
• Baabda
• Bhamdoun
• Daher el baydar
• Chtoura
• Tannayal, jdita
• Furzol
• Karak (Noah's Tomb)
• Bardawnhe river
• Kfar Zabad and Ain Kfar Zabad, kfar zabad cave


Qaroun lake:Being the only man made lake, the Qaraoun lake, 11 sq km, is very famous in the country.
Located in the Beqaa, it constitutes the most important source of water in the area.
The town of Rashaya, in a remote corner of Lebanon, has been only lightly touched by the modern building
boom affecting most of the country.


This lovely spot is about 58 kilometers north of Baalbeck via Hermel. At the base of fast-flowing rapids are
several outdoor restaurants where diners can enjoy the cool atmosphere of rushing water Large rubber
dinghies are available for mini-excursions to the foot of these impressive cascades on
the Assi River


Aanjar is exclusively the Umayyad period, going back to the early 8th century A.D., thus making it
completely different from any other archaeological experience you'll have in Lebanon
Baalbeck can be counted among the wonders of the ancient world. The largest and most noble Roman temples
ever built, they are also among the best preserved


Wine has so many health benefits, Drink a few glasses a week and you'll lower your risk of heart disease,
stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer's, and even cancer.


This sightseeing includes the National Museum and the Solidère Restoration Project. As you drive to the
National Museum, you pass the Green Line, which was the scene of the heaviest fighting during the civil war.Looking on both sides of the road, it is possible to see the scars of the war, with many buildings still ruined
and potted with bullet holes.
Following this, you continue to the newly restored city centre to see the results of the Solidère Project. This
multi-million dollar scheme has completely restored the city centre and the result is astounding. There have
also been significant archaeological finds in downtown Beirut, which were discovered when certain buildings
that were beyond repair were pulled down to be rebuilt. The semi-pedestrianised area around Place de l'Etoile
is a pleasant place to end your tour and find somewhere for lunch.

Frequently Asked Questions

What to wear during a trip:
-Comfortable hiking / walking shoes
- Comfortable pants
- T-shirt / warm sweat shirt
- Cap
- Sun glasses
What to bring during a trip:
- Sun block cream
- Identity Card
Please pick your Accommodations according to the place, one from each.

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