14 Cool Places to Visit In Lebanon That Are Not In Beirut
Posted in : Vacation Packages on by : Ongky Firmansyah
Lebanon is a small but breathtakingly beautiful country that offers so many great locations to tourists. Whether it is the pristine beaches, historical landmarks, finger licking cuisine and picturesque mountains. So Lebanon has everything for any taste and one can’t get enough in one trip. Lebanon is more liberal as compared to their neighboring countries and Beirut nightlife will prove this to you.
Beirut is the capital and heart of Lebanon and it is often called the Paris of the Middle east. A historical coastal city with its rich amazing culture served most of the tourists who visit Lebanon. Al Hamra street in beirut is a must watch and you will be astonished by the beauty of this fabulous place. You can find amazing exotic and cozy hotels in hamra beirut that can be booked online without any hassle. But lebanon is not all about beirut and there is so much to see once you step out beirut city. So here are the 14 amazing places that you can visit once you are in lebanon.
Visit Zaarour to experience the stunning beauty of mountains and do some off riding to satisfy your adventurous nature. In the winter you can go snowboarding and skiing with great views. You will find some good hotels and resorts here easily.
Chekka in summers is an absolute treat for sea lovers. You can spend your time swimming in the absolute bluest waters that Lebanon has to offer or you can do some adventurous fun activities in and around the sea.
Appreciate the amazing view of this mountain town, popular as the main residence of Lebanon’s famous national author and artist, Gibran Khalil Gibran. You can visit Gibran’s old home, presently changed into a historical museum to show respect to his work.
Beirut’s northern neighbor frequently experiences terrible press yet Lebanon’s second-biggest city certainly has a ton to offer in culture, food and noteworthy tourist spots. Guests won’t be baffled. The exceptional design of International Fair complex structured by unbelievable Brazilian modeler Oscar Niemeyer is a treat to watch.
Zahlé sits beautifully settled in a mountain valley of Lebanon offering incredible areas for grand walks, Wine testing and every one of the luxuries of city life is available at your disposal.
If you are an outdoor lover then Tannourine is the best place for you. Tannourine offers a magnificent spot for climbing, camping, picnicking. Rock climbing is a must try thing there. Also, obviously, you can’t miss the famous waterfall.
The town of Rashaya, in eastern Lebanon, is home to the Citadel of Independence, a post where the establishing pioneers of current Lebanon were detained by the French before the country was allowed freedom. Appreciate the history and after that take a grand drive through the encompassing region.
Enjoy fresh air, awesome views and experience old village life while you appreciate the slow pace life in Baskinta, situated in Lebanon’s rich green mountains.
Among Beirut and Tire along Lebanon’s Mediterranean coast, Sidon flaunts memorable tourist spots, shorelines and an incredible spot to walk around the corniche. Fisherman is very hospitable and they will offer you to join them in fishing.
10. Nahr Ibrahim
Spent a day relaxing near the river would be awesome for your body. Enjoy rafting with the current and perhaps make it an end of the week by bringing your outdoors gear alongside with you. Take care of your stuff and leave things cleaner than you discovered them.
With probably the most immaculate shorelines Lebanon brings to the table, ocean turtles and lively city culture, Tire is a perfect spot to spend your late spring days.
Maybe probably the most bizarre spot in Lebanon, Miziara is home to some huge and uncommon homes including one developed out of an old plane. This rich northern town additionally flaunts staggeringly well-kept up and composed lanes, something not generally the standard all through the nation.
13. Deir al Qamar
Visit the seventeenth century Fakhreddine Palace, the home of the celebrated Druze Prince Fakhreddine. After you snap some selfies with the wax statues inside the castle, head out for a walk around the back streets and roads the town.
Settled along the coast toward the north, Jounieh’s nightlife matches the well known gathering society of Beirut. During the day, appreciate the shoreline or take a stab at some water sports. In late evening head up, into the mountains so you can paraglide into the nightfall before going through your night moving in the roads or testing your luck at the Casino du Liban.
Lebanon is a very beautiful place and one should never get bored once you visit there. People are very hospitable, loving and tourist friendly. If finding hotels near me in beirut is easy then the same goes to find hotels in the above-mentioned places are also super easy. So you don’t have to worry about accommodation. Happy travelling!