Ecotourism

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Beirut, Sidon & Byblos at the Dawn of Civilization

It was always a heated debate between scholars on which cities are the oldest in the world. 10,000 years ago, some human tribes began settling in one permanent location and transformed their nomadic way of l...
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Spring Byblos Fair for Flowers and Birds

The committee of the International Festival of Byblos started with Byblos municipality the annual spring flowers and birds festival. Check the photos below for all details ...
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Rock climbing in Lebanon #Tannourine.

"Lebanon isn’t the first place that comes to mind for rock climbing—it’s better known for beaches, nightclubs, and the threat of instability. The Lebanese civil war (1975–1990) and ensuing turbulence have kept ...
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Wandering in the forest of Hersh Ehden

Horsh Ehden is a Nature Reserve located in North Lebanon, it contains a particularly diverse and beautiful remnant forest of the Cedar of Lebanon, making the reserve a very important part of the country’s cultu...
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Kannoubine Valley featured on Unesco Magazine

Unesco had honored Kannoubine Valley or Qadisha Valley by featuring it on the cover of its Magazine, World Heritage. Check full magazine here. CLICK HERE Qadisha  one of the deepest and most beautiful val­leys...
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Paragliding pictures that will make your palms sweat

Explore the world from above without leaving the couch. Professional paragliding pilot, Georges Jean Rahme takes you on an adventure in the skies above the Cedars and showcasing amazing Lebanon from above. Ge...
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Cedrus Libani: The oldest tree in the world

The Cedar may be the emblem of the Lebanese flag, but it represents much more than that as well. For as far back as history can remember, the Cedar has been cherished for its beauty, majesty, mystical and heali...