For the compulsive jetsetters among us, there are simply too many incredible places to see and just not enough vacation days. So while traveling abroad might be tempting, especially with the easing of travel restrictions, we cannot help but recommend a few local gems that will stoke your wanderlust and keep the tiny flame of optimism burning.
A family-run boutique winery, Les Caves d’Eden is young in years but not in experience. Its roots go back to the beginning of the twentieth century.
Discovering Lebanon’s hidden gems can sometimes be tricky, especially in unfamiliar towns and villages. Luckily, there are a number of excellent tour organizers and ecotourism specialists that’ll lend a helping hand and guide you.
Nestled in an untouched cradle of wild forests in the Batroun mountains, Hardine is the oldest Christian village in Lebanon and hometown of Lebanese saint Nimatullah Kassab, known as Al Hardini. We…
Perched 1,650 meters above sea level is the renowned village of Faraya, a destination revered for its awesome ski slopes and epic scenery. Loading
We’re here to encourage you discover the best of Lebanon. Designed to help you navigate the major cities, towns and villages across the country, our mini guides will provide you with useful tips on what to do, where to eat and where to sleep.
Ghada Salem, former president of the Association Libanaise d’Etudes Spéléologiques (ALES), gives her tips on which caves to head to this summer.
Ehden is an excellent choice for culture, nature and food enthusiats. Here are ten ways to spend a weekend in this quaint picturesque town.
Deir El Ahmar is a town located 100 km from Beirut and 22 km northwest of Baalbek in the Bekaa Valley. It is believed its name originated from the Aramaic Deir Ohmor, the Monastery of the Lord’s Brother.
Religious anthropologist, researcher and founder of NEOS Tourism consultancy Nour Farra-Haddad takes us to discover a historical, religious site in the heart of Hermel — Deir Mar Maroun.