Despite these extraordinarily challenging times, Lebanese NGO Beit El Baraka has remained committed to serving vulnerable Lebanese citizens, proving what can be achieved when we come together as a community and work toward positive change.
Things We Love
Saida is one of Lebanon’s most charming and picturesque destinations. Even though this southern city is just 45km south of Beirut, many Lebanese have never ventured down to visit.
A new art initiative has been launched to support 90 families whose homes and livelihoods were severely impacted by the Beirut port explosion on August 4, 2020.
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.
There aren’t many brands like Gandour. For over a century, the Lebanese candy giant has been bringing joy to children — and adults — with its whimsical range of sweets that celebrate the Middle East. Here’s how it all started.
Spring is a fantastic season for Lebanon’s wildlife. We soar the skies with fellow traveler Ibrahim Kastoun to observe some of the country’s beautiful birds.
At the height of Lebanon’s 15-year civil war, two great visionaries discovered a shared passion for their country and its food. We narrate the extraordinary story of Al Wadi Al Akhdar. …
We may all be at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue exploring Lebanon. Grab an imaginary ride with photographer Rawad Mansour to discover some of the most glorious road trips the country has to offer.
Photography enthusiast Rawad Mansour shows us how five hidden gems in Lebanon have barely changed despite the passing of time.