You can visit Lebanon’s nature reserves for free this Saturday!

The Minister of Environment Tarek Al-Khatib


that Lebanon’s nature reserves would open for free on March 10 in observance of the National Nature Reserves Day. The reserves are:

  • Al Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve
  • Araz Jaj
  • Beit Leif Nature Reserve
  • Bentael Nature Reserve
  • Chouf Biosphere Reserve
  • Debel Nature Reserve
  • Horsh Ehden Nature Reserve
  • Jabal Al Rihan Biosphere Reserve
  • Jabal Moussa Nature Reserve
  • Kafra Nature Reserve
  • Karm Chbat Forest Nature Reserve
  • Mshaa Chnanir Nature Reserve
  • Palm Islands
  • Ramia Nature Reserve
  • Tannourine Cedars Forest Nature Reserve
  • Wadi Al Hujeir Nature Reserve
  • Yammouneh Nature Reserve

Lebanon’s nature reserves are home to plants, trees, animals, and insects that are important to our ecosystem. While you’re there, consider visiting the beautiful surrounding villages!

Related: Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve is home to these 15 mammals!

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You can visit Lebanon's nature reserves for free this Saturday!

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