Cedar forests conserve a unique environment, embedding the cultural and historical values of the many civilizations that have crossed the eastern Mediterranean.
Lebanon’s appeal goes beyond its beautiful landscapes. It is a country steeped in history and heritage. Here, Elissar Baalbaki Eid, head of the TourGuides Syndicate, tells us more about the country’s five UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Perfect for those seeking a nature-filled getaway, La Datcha was built by the late Nazih Henry Chehade 12 years ago. The villa is now a stunning guesthouse run by Nazih’s wife, Lina, and their daughter Sarah. We learn more.
Akkar is a region where ancient history and rural landscapes merge. Visit this stunning northern district to escape the urban noise.
For the past 15 years, archeologists with the British Museum have been digging in Sidon and uncovering never before-seen treasures in Lebanon. We, at Lebanon Traveler, dug our own way into the site.…
Originally a Phoenician town thought to have been inhabited since 9000 BC, Baalbeck was a place of pilgrimage for the Sky God ‘Baal’ and his Queen of Heaven ‘Astarte’. Today, it…
Anjar, meaning unresolved or running river in Armenian, is also known as Haoush Mousa in the area. The town’s history is comparable to an unrelenting roller coaster of events, ultimately culminating in…
Lebanese food brand Al Wadi Al Akhdar is showing us the beauty of Lebanon and its green mountains. After visiting Jisr El Aarous, Ammiq, Kawkaba, Chahtoul, Hammana, Jaj, Bentael and Nahr El Joz, we’re heading to Baskinta.
Paying homage to the 1960s, Villa Chamoun is a triumph in retro cool. Here, Rony Zibara, the owner, takes us on an exclusive tour and shares the story of this magical home that’s bursting with color and positive energy.
If you are looking for an adrenaline rush, Roydtrip can point you in the right direction. Check out his list of destinations in Lebanon that will surely get your hearts pumping.