shepherd

Walk with a shepherd in Lebanese mountains

With a heartwarming smile, “Aammo Boutros” greets you as soon as you meet him to walk with him and his goats. He has been herding baladi goats since he was a child with his father, a family business since his g...
lebanon

Lebanon could become as popular as Dubai in 2024

  The third and final part of the Future of Travel report, published by Skyscanner – the flight comparison website – looks at how hotel rooms and holiday destinations could change over the next deca...
batroun

Follow me to Batroun

The name Batroun derives from the Greek,Botrys (also spelled Bothrys), which was later Latinized to Botrus. Historians believe that the Greek name of the town originates from thePhoenician word, bater, which me...
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Anfeh or little Greece

  Anfeh is a Greek Orthodox town in the northern Lebanese coast, 65 kilometers north of Beirut and just 15 kilometers south of Tripoli. With a population of approximately 6,500 souls, Anfeh actually is ...
cedars

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...
Hermel Pyramid

Hermel Pyramid

Located at the northern end of the Bekaa Valley in the middle of nowhere, this lonely pyramid rises almost 100 feet above the small hill on which it was built. It can be seen from miles around, but no one is su...