Lebanon Package
5 Nights/ 6 Days
Day 1: Arrival
Arrival to Rafic El Hariri International Airport our representative will meet and assist you upon arrival.
Transfer to the hotel for check in & overnight.

Day 2: City tour
After breakfast our guide will meet you will start your journey in Lebanon by discovering the city,
We will start by Beirut Downtown: You pass by Nejmeh Square and stroll around the myriad boutiques, shops, and restaurants in the downtown area. Then you visit the Cathedrals of St. George and St. Elias and Mohamed el Amine Mosque. Next, you pass by the Roman Ruins and end up in the Souks of Beirut
Transfer to the hotel for check in & overnight.
Day 3: Full Day Jeita – Harissa – Byblos Souks
You will enjoy your breakfast at the hotel then you will head north to discover:

Jeita Grotto: a magnificent limestone cave.
It is the largest cave in Lebanon, first discovered in 1836; the cave serves at the Source of the Nahr El Kalb.

Jounieh: the beautiful bay of Jounieh incorporates a bustling city with modern buildings and active night life stealing the show from Beirut. Its shopping centers, hotels and restaurants compete with the best in the world. Then you will be using the cable cars to go to Harissa

Harissa: is the seat of the Papal Nuncio in Lebanon and
It is the most important site for religious pilgrims in Lebanon.
Harissa was opened in 1908 and is most famous for its large statue of the Virgin Mary. There are about 20 Churches and monasteries of several denominations in the area.
You will stop for lunch in Lebanese cuisine restaurant, Then you will continue to discover Byblos...

Byblos: is a mix of sophistication and tradition. A contender for the title of oldest continuously inhabited city. Take a walk through the medieval quarter of the city and explore the old souks, the medieval ramparts, and several beautiful old churches. After this long day you will arrive to the hotel for overnight.
Day 4 :  Full Day Chouf Mountains

After breakfast our guide will meet at 8:00 am you to start your lovely journey.
First you will go to Deir Al Qamar to witness its distinctive narrow streets, stone steps, and historic, buildings and palaces; Deir El-Qamar resembles an open-air museum. From the 16th to 18th centuries, the picturesque village served as the residence of the Ottoman appointed governors of Lebanon, beginning with Fakhreddine II.
You will continue your journey to Beiteddine which was built by the emir’s 3 sons: Qassim, Khalil and Amine; and the Beiteddine Festival.
Today Emir Khalils palace is used as the Serail of Beiteddine, the seat of local administration. As for the palace of Emir Amine, which dominates the Beiteddine