Nabil Haddad, General Manager of Mapas Co. that operates the Jeita Tourist Facility, announced on Sunday that the Jeita Grotto will reopen for visitors.
Those interested can visit this magical place in Lebanon every day, except for Monday, from 9 AM to 5 PM.
The Jeita Grotto will reopen while taking the necessary precautions and health measures to keep visitors and tourists safe and comfortable.
According to its official website, the entrance will be at 18,315 LL ($12.20) for adults, 10,270 LL ($6.90) for children, and free entrance for kids under 4 years old.
Jeita Grotto is located in the valley of Nahr El-Kalb at 18 km North of Beirut.
“The Touristic Site of Jeita,” as the website introduces it, “gathers all elements of nature such as stone, water, trees, flowers, air, and animals in a verdurous environment, and with a touch of Lebanese cultural heritage. It is one of the most impressive and interesting natural sites in the world.”
It is indeed. In…., Jeita Grotto was nominated for the World Wonders of Nature’s list and was among the top 14 finalists. Anyone who has visited Lebanon knows that it is quite a miracle.
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