Famous worldwide, this waterfall in Tannourine is nothing short of a wonder.
Naturally formed of limestone and three bridges layered above one another, the Balou Balaa waterfall has attracted visitors from all around the world.
While the attraction is worth the trip year-round, it is ideal to visit in the spring when a stream of water shoots 250 meters down to the bottom of the cave and the surroundings are covered in green vegetation.
One of Lebanon’s best-kept secrets, the Bqarzla waterfall is located in the governorate of Akkar.
Just one example of the breathtaking nature in Akkar, make your visit to the north a day trip so you may explore this charming region while you’re there.
The river of Nahr Ibrahim steadies at this heavenly village which is sure to leave you breathless at its beauty.
After paying a small fee, you may hike along a trail to the oasis of water where you are free to splash around and swing from ropes, exciting your inner child, and probably getting some great pictures while you’re at it.
Only a few villages away from Baakline, Sirjbal is a cozy, beautiful village, home to a quaint waterfall.
Located in a serene spot tucked away in nature, make sure to take your friends along with you for a picnic to fully enjoy your surroundings.
Yet another subsidiary of the valley of Nahr-Ibrahim, the Syriac name Yahchouch translates to “Suffering God” in reference to the aforementioned fable of Adonis.
This waterfall, glorious in nature, lives up to its legendary name. Hike one of the many surrounding trails and visit the beautiful village of Yahchouch when you go and see it for yourself.
Surrounded by heavy foliage, visiting this waterfall will make you feel as though you’ve been transported into a movie scene.
Neighboring the red-roofed town of Douma, the waterfall is among the strongest in Lebanon, and combined with its tall height, is an incredible sight to see.