Kamouh El Hermel is an ancient pyramid that dates to the first or second century BC.
#7 Al Shouf Biosphere Reserve
This reserve is the largest one in Lebanon. It goes from Dahr Al Baidar in the north to Niha Mountain in the south. It encloses 3 cedar forests that constitute 25% of the remaining cedars in Lebanon.
#8 Sidon Sea Castle
The Crusaders built Sidon’s famous Sea Castle in the thirteenth century. It is located on a small island connected to the mainland.
#9 Qadisha Valley
Qadisha Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a gorge that lies within the Bcharre and Zgharta districts in Northern Lebanon.
It’s one of the most breathtaking sites in Lebanon. This valley is where nature, history, culture, and religion meet, and ancient historical monasteries to visit.
#10 Tannourine Cedar Forests Reserve
The reserve in Tannourine protects one of the largest cedar forests in Lebanon. You can hike and bird-watch there.
#11 Qornet El Sawda
Qornet Al Sawda is the highest peak in Lebanon and the Levant. It is a famous destination for exciting ATV rides, camping, and hiking!
#12 Balou3 Bal3a
The view is scary and mesmerizing at the same time!
#13 Lebanon Mountain Trail
This trail extends from Andqet in the north to Marjaayoun in the south! If you’re an extreme sports lover, you will absolutely love hiking this trail!
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