Travel blogger and guesthouse reviewer Notes of a Traveler visits two guesthouses in Shouf that boast great views and a homey ambiance.
Diversity is one of the country’s most precious qualities. Instagrammer Buddcorp shows us a multi-faceted Lebanon.
Preserving nature, local heritage and traditions, the Shouf Biosphere Reserve is recognized by UNESCO.
If you’re looking for a new getaway in the heart of nature, then travel blogger Notes of a Traveler has the perfect place for you in Shouf.
The Shouf region is one of the best preserved and historically rich areas in the country.
More than the usual relaxing spot, Beit El Hana is an enclave of serenity. Located in the authentic village of Masser El Shouf, on the footsteps of the Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve, it’s the kind of place you never want to leave.
Celebrating the female directors of the world, the Lebanese Film Festival returns for its 13th edition from 17-21 September.
Under the title of “Dabke Fever,” the Jabalna Association is bringing back the National Dabke Festival to Maaser el Chouf on 2 September.
More than twenty rivers in Lebanon run through deep gorges, reaching the sea or underground reservoirs.
Lebanon’s historical hotels have some amazing stories to tell, as travel blogger Krystel Riachi reveals.