Offering locals and tourists the opportunity to enjoy warm hospitality in more authentic surroundings, we wander around Al Haush in the beautiful Bekaa.
One of the symbols of Lebanon’s independence is the Rachaya Citadel, where French mandate authorities held the country’s early national leaders captive during the 1943 rebellion that triggered the country’s independence
Visit the historical town of Qab Elias to discover a vibrant fruit and vegetable market, archaeological ruins of and ecotourism activities.
With the support of USAID, the Qab Elias municipality established a 15-kilometer-long hiking trail in a bid to improve rural tourism in the village.
Revered for its historical sites and traditional way of life, Anjar is a fascinating town set in the heart of the Bekaa Valley. Travel expert Pia Abboud points out just a few of its many highlights.
With stunning fertile lands that stretch as far as the eye can see, the West Bekaa is a great destination that offers everything from an important natural reserve to ancient villages.
In Baalbeck, a unique embroidery technique known as taree remains a secret within the community.
In Deir El Ahmar, a village in Bekaa, a religious project is underway to construct a huge concrete rosary – the largest in the world.
Deep in the heart of the Bekaa, the Ecolodge Taaneyel welcomes its visitors to a unique Bedouin experience.
In 2013, Zahle was adopted within the UNESCO Creative Cities Network as a “Creative City of Gastronomy.”