Travel blogger and photographer Nidal Majdalani uncovers some of her favorite destinations in Lebanon that are off the beaten track.
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With 18 religious sects, Lebanon is rich in religious sites, of many eras, which are dotted across its map. Its rich fabric of churches, saints, mosques, religious sites and ruins, makes Lebanon the ideal place for those seeking the history of faith.
Beyond its majestic mountains and glistening coastline, Lebanon boasts underground treasures that will take your breath away.
Perched atop the stunning Qadisha Valley, Bsharre is one of those idyllic mountain villages that looks like it’s come straight out of storybook. There are traditional red-roofed houses, panoramic views, cedar trees, and great restaurants dotted throughout the area, not to mention great skiing in the winter.
In Lebanon Eid El Barbara is all about good food and fun-filled memories. It is a longstanding tradition where kids wear disguises and roam their neighborhoods looking for treats. And no…
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.…
You don’t need to be a professional hiker to enjoy Lebanon’s numerous trails. Jad Abou Arrage, a rural tourism specialist, rounds up a selection of hikes to challenge you this season.
Les Vignes du Marje winery tells the story of a long dream that has finally become a reality. It is proud to introduce a different taste and concept from the land, the first of its generation in the picturesque town of Jdeidet Marjeyoun.