10 regions you must visit in North Lebanon!

It’s hot, and all you need right now is fresh air! Pack your bags and head north!


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Akkar is a famous destination for 


, stargazing, and astrophotography. This region is full of amazing views and forests. Fun activities may include hiking or chilling in a hammock!

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Located in Koura, Anfeh is a famous destination in summer. It is also known for looking like Greece due to the small white and blue houses on the coast! It is among the 

11 Phoenician cities and towns that still exist today in Lebanon



Bcharreh is the birthplace of the famous poet Gibran Khalil Gibran. It was also the site of a Phoenician settlement in ancient times.

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Bekaa is a valley in Lebanon. It is the most important agricultural and farming region in the country. It is home to the Temple of Bacchus is one of the largest Roman temple ruins in the world.

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Chekka is a coastal town that is famous for its beautiful beaches! The golden sand, the blue sea, and the crystal-clear water are the legacies of this region.

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Douma is abundant in olive trees, grapevines, and apple trees. This village’s atmosphere is perfect for people who want a getaway from the busy urban life.


Hasroun overlooks the majestic Qadisha Valley which is one of the five 

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Lebanon

. This village is where authenticity and nature meet. Traditional Lebanese houses and the locals’ hospitality are Hasroun’s legacy.

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Palm Islands

Palm Islands, also known as Jaziret El Aranib, is a popular destination for people who want to swim and relax in a clean and calm environment.

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Tripoli is the second largest city in Lebanon. It’s famous for producing soap and serving delicious food and desserts!

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Qadisha Valley

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Qadisha Valley is a gorge that lies within the Bcharre and Zgharta districts in Northern Lebanon. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The valley has housed Christian monastic communities for many centuries. It’s now a destination where people seek peace, and where pilgrims pray.

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