Founder of NEOs Tourism Consultancy and author Nour Farra-Haddad shares her eco-friendly tourism tips for exploring Lebanon’s coastline during summer.
Tyre is an ancient Phoenician city in southern Lebanon, just out into the Mediterranean Sea. About 83 km south of Beirut, it is the fourth largest city of Lebanon and it’s…
The making of molded or cast glass vessels or objects was first achieved about 1500 BC but it is unclear whether this process was invented in Mesopotamia or Egypt. Documented evidence…
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.
Jezzine is one of the country’s most beautiful districts. Surrounded by mountain peaks and pine forests, it promises visitors stunning scenery, beautiful weather and fantastic food. Take a look at our list of eight things to do there.
Between the numerous Covid-19 lockdowns and the country’s hardships, nature remains a healer for travel blogger, hiker, explorer and photographer Nidal Majdalani, who shares with us a selection outstanding landscapes and hiking trails from her travels across Lebanon.
La Maison de la Forêt: A unique ecotourism concept nestled within Bkassine’s glorious pine forest La Maison de la Forêt is the coming together of outdoor activities, wooden cottages and tents,…
We go on an adventure with travel blogger and amateur photographer Nidal Majdalani to uncover some of Lebanon’s most interesting sites beyond Beirut.
Travel blogger and photographer Nidal Majdalani uncovers some of her favorite destinations in Lebanon that are off the beaten track.
Jezzine is Lebanon’s hub for nature tourism due to its breathtaking mountain views, pine forests, and waterfalls. The town and surrounding area have become getaways for visitors seeking a fresh mountain retreat away from the city.