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Cedar Chouf Reserve, Beiteddine Palace & Deir el Qamar

Guided trip to discover the magnificent Beiteddine palace, built at the beginning of the 19th century by Emir Bechir II, who reigned over Lebanon for more than 50 years. Forty-three kilometres from Beirut it’s a must-see palace with its arcades, galleries and rooms decorated by artists from Lebanon, Damascus and Italy, this building is a model of eastern architecture. Today the palace is a museum of feudal weapons, costumes and jewelry as well as an archaeological museum and a museum of Byzantine mosaics.
Then, we will continue to Maasser el Chouf for a moderate walk in the biggest reserve in the Chouf District of Lebanon, located on the slopes of Barouk mountain and has an area of 550km2, nearly 5.3% of the Lebanese territory. The reserve contains the Lebanon cedar forests of Barouk Maaser el Chouf and Ain Zhalta.
Then we will stop for lunch.
Price is LBP 300.000 including transportation, lunch, guide, coffee, water & WIFI. Seats are limited to respect the physical distancing in the bus. Wearing masks is mandatory.
Pick up from Mar Mitr Achrafieh at 9:30am, back at 6:30pm.
Call +961 1 332201 or WA 76 910 165
N.B. All hygiene measures will be applied for your safety.
- Reservations are confirmed when the payment is done upfront.
- Cancellations with less than 24 hours notice will be charged in full.
- Reservation fees are non-refundable unless we cancel the tour or force majeure.