Lebanon is known for its undulating mountains, lush valleys and glistening coastline, making it a great destination for backpackers.
More than twenty rivers in Lebanon run through deep gorges, reaching the sea or underground reservoirs.
Soothing the sight and the heart, biodiversity conservationist Elsa Sattout unveils the hidden treasures of five of the country’s most impressive lakes.
Located over 140km from Beirut in northeast Lebanon, the town of Hermel has a lot to offer visitors as we discover with Peter Ghanime.
Ghada Salem, former president of the Association Libanaise d’Etudes Spéléologiques (ALES), gives her tips on which caves to head to this summer.
LT asked some hiking enthusiasts and experts to share their favorite hiking destinations. Here’s what they said.
A picturesque beauty spot with plenty to offer, we visit Sir el Denniyeh with Lebanon Untravelled.
You don’t need to be a professional hiker to enjoy Lebanon’s numerous trails. Jad Abou Arrage, a rural tourism specialist, rounds up a selection of hikes to challenge you this season.
With the support of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we experienced an exhilarating outdoor adventure by cycling along the coast from Beirut to Batroun.
From the Litani to Nahr Ibrahim, we explore some of the country’s most underrated rivers.