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Price starts from 235.00 USD per person
The prices are valid for min. 2 Pax ,
The prices are subject to change according to the exchange rates and availability
(1 Oct.-27 Dec.16 & 5 Jan -30 Apr.,17) Arabic Markets Only
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|Hotel Catg.||P.P in Dbl||P.P in Dbl||P.P in Dbl||P.P in Dbl|
|3*A||235 $||270 $||297 $||330 $|
|4*B||255 $||297 $||330 $||373 $|
|4*A||280 $||324 $||373 $||416 $|
|5*Int’l||351 $||422 $||486 $||557 $|
|5*Dlx||455 $||557 $||659 $||762 $|
TRL 01: Byblos – Tripoli – Cedars
Drive north of Beirut along the coast towards Byblos (Jbeil), the Phoenician city known to being the oldest continually inhabited town, where you will visit the Crusaders’ castle, the Phoenician temples and the Roman theatre, the Royal Necropolis and enjoy a lovely promenade on the coast next to the port. Continue the tour towards the second largest city of Lebanon Tripoli, a modern city known to have preserved jealously its medieval old religious edifices and public buildings. In the old town you can see the Crusader Castle of Raymond de St. Gilles, Mosques from Mameluks period, Koranic schools, oriental Bazaars & Souks and the Turkish bath named “Hamman Izzeddine”. End the tour in the Cedars; known for its beautiful pine trees forest from biblical times lying at an altitude of 1600 to 2000 meters above the sea level. The Cedars area is also known for its winter skiing resort. The road to the Cedars passes through the magnificent Qadisha Valley, the picturesque villages of Zghorta and Ehden leading you to Bcherri the hometown of the famous international poet Gebran Khalil Gubran of Lebanese origin.
TRL02: Beit Ed-Din – Deir El-Qamar – Barouk Cedars Reserve
Drive south of Beirut to Deir El Qamar, the former capital of Mount Lebanon which still retains in its pretty town square several palaces and the famous Marie Baz Museum, Notre Dame church and Fakhr ed-Dine mosque dating from the 17th and 18th centuries. Proceed to Beit ed-Dine to visit the magnificent Palace of Emir Bechir known for its masterpiece of the oriental architecture, which became now a days the summer residence of the President of the Republic of Lebanon. Barouk is a pleasant summer town with abundant springs. The Cedars of Barouk, reached from either Moukhtara or Barouk village, are smaller and younger than those of Bsharreh, but extremely beautiful and well cared for. Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve represents around 550 km² of Lebanese territory. Oak, pine and juniper are some of the 16 types of trees that also grow in the reserve. Above the grove at the summit of the mountain there is a panoramic view overlooking the Beqaa valley.
TRL 03: Sidon – Tyre – Echmoun Temple
Drive South of Beirut along the coast to Sidon (Saida). The visits start with the “Castle of the Sea” a crusader’s castle of the 13th century then proceed to Khan El-Franj, a typical Caravan Serail. Stop for a typical Lebanese lunch. After Lunch, continue further down the southern coast to Tyre (Sour) to visit the Necropolis excavations, the Monumental Arch and the spectacular hippodrome, the second largest and best preserved of the Roman era. Two kilometers ahead, visit of the imperial city excavation which offers a majestic avenue toward the sea giving access to the residential area with its remarkable designed public monuments. On the way back to Beirut, visit Echmoun, a garden known as Bustan El-Sheikh where trees blossom around its temples.
TRL 04: Baalbeck & Anjar
Early departure to Baalbeck, on the way you will notice the magnificent Bekaa plain. Once in Baalbeck, you will see the most colossal monuments ever to be found from the Romans period, the Temple of Jupiter with its sumptuous columns, the richly decorated Temple of Bacchus and the original pentagonal Temple of Venus. Lunch, and then continue the tour to Anjar, the unique fortified city in Lebanon built as early as the 8th century by the Umayyad Caliph of Damascus. It is known to be “The Palace of the desert”.
TRL 05: Qadisha Valley & the Ceders
Qadisha, one of the deepest and most beautiful valleys in Lebanon, is indeed a world a part. At the bottom of this wild steep-sided gorge runs the Qadisha River whose source is in the Qadisha Grotto at the foot of the Cedars. And above the famous Cedar grove stands Qurnet es-Sawda, Lebanon’s highest peak. Continue the tour towards the Cedars, known for its beautiful pine trees forest from biblical times lying at an altitude of 1600 to 2000 meters above the sea level. The Cedars area is also known for its winter skiing resort.
Weekly holiday for: Beirut National Museum, Jeita Grotto (20 km north of Beirut), Beit ed-Dine, Gebran Museum (in Bcherri) and Harissa cable cars: Monday
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