Save time, and combine the natural beauty and History in one day tour from Beirut. Enjoy the green sceneries on your way to Bcharre through the Holy valley of Qadisha with a short stop at Qozhaya Monastery. Then visit the Cedars of God forest , take some picture and head after to Baalbek. After lunch, Visit Baalbek, one of the most celebrated sanctuaries of the ancient world and home to the complex which includes two of the largest and grandest Roman temple ever built.
Starts: 8.00 am
Duration: 9 hours
Adults: $140 USD
Children: $125 USD (4-12 years)
Group Size: Maximum 15
Meeting Point: We pick up all travelers from
Hotel & Airbnb in Beirut .
✓ Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
✓ Entrance fees to Baalbek Roman Ruins
✓ Lunch at a local Lebanese restaurant
✓ Local Guide in Baalbek
X Personal Expenses
The Cedars of God in Bcharri, also known as Arz Al Rabb in Arabic, is one of the most famous symbols of Lebanon’s. The cedar tree represents the strength power and dignity of Lebanon and the Lebanese people through the years.
Monastery of St. Anthony Qozhaya was built in the valley of faith, it is one of the oldest monasteries in Qadisha valley. Qozhaya’s name is originally taken from Syriac and means “the treasure of life”. The monastery is surrounded by oak, cedars and pine trees and on the valley runs Qadisha River that has turned the whole area to magnificent gardens of natural beauties.
The ruins of Baalbek stand as one of Lebanon’s most prized historical treasures. Known as the Heliopolis or ‘The City of the Sun’, Baalbek’s ruins comprise the most impressive ancient site in Lebanon. It is consisting of Roman temples complex (Jupiter, Bacchus and Venus), considered as one of the Middle East's major archaeological highlights.