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.
An estimated 10 to 15 percent of the Lebanese population has a physical, sensory or mental disability. While some progress has been made regarding disability awareness, accessible tourism remains greatly overlooked, despite the fact that nature is linked to mental well-being and is proven to provide a host of physical and emotional benefits.
The Middle East and North Africa’s 50 Best Restaurants awards, sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna, took place in Abu Dhabi on February 7, 2022, with five restaurants in Beirut scooping coveted spots in the listing.
As Expo 2020 takes Dubai by storm, we highlight three fantastic things about the Lebanese pavilion.
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.
More than ever, people are cycling in the Lebanese mountains — some are even breaking records. We spoke to winemaker Maher Harb and his brother, Wael, to learn more about their recent cycling adventure and why we should all experience Lebanon by bike.
Four months after the catastrophic blast that rocked the capital, a group of volunteers has come together to create the Beirut City of Life initiative. We learn more about how the project began and the month-long program of events.
In the days following the explosion at the port of Beirut, Lebanese-British businessman Eddie El Lamaa decided to raise money for the Lebanese Red Cross by cycling 4,200 kilometers from London to Beirut. We learn more about his 40-day adventure and what kept him going.
If you’re looking for something more sophisticated than trick or treating this Halloween, why not join Tourleb in Deir Al Qamar for a night of eerie adventures?