At Lebanon Traveler, we always like to support homegrown concepts, and that goes for alcohol too. We visited The Malt Gallery and selected a few local bottles to enjoy this fall.
Mayyas have danced their way to victory on one of the biggest stages in the world. Here, Lisa Jerejian, editor of Lebanon Traveler, pays tribute to the alternative dance troupe who have single-handedly reminded us all how power cuts and political instability cannot stop the Lebanese dream.
Let’s be honest, we love it when our friends compliment our fashion choices. So, here’s a little list of fabulous bags and purses with a Lebanese twist that’ll get you noticed for all the right reasons.
A national religious holiday for Christians and Muslims alike, Eid Al Saydeh is also known as the Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. A period of fasting and mourning,…
It’s easy to brighten up your Instagram feed in Lebanon; but just in case you needed a little inspiration, here are 10 locations for a picture-perfect post. 1- Ammiq Bekaa is…
We love to keep up with fashion, especially when it gives us the chance to highlight Lebanese brands. Take a look at these beautiful kaftans and hats that will keep you cool and looking effortlessly chic whether you hit the beach or a rooftop.
Akkar is a region where ancient history and rural landscapes merge. Visit this stunning northern district to escape the urban noise.
Whether you’re coming home for the summer or holidaying in Lebanon for the first time, you’re bound to want to take some souvenirs away with you. Here are 10 eclectic items we encourage you to buy, so you can keep a piece of Lebanon close to your heart.
If sunsets make you feel warm and fuzzy inside, you need to visit these places.