Escape to Lebanon countryside on this full-day tour from Beirut. Don’t worry about the logistics of organizing a countryside tour. Just sit back and enjoy round-trip transit in a private car or minivan to the sights and travel between each place with ease and relax knowing the entire day is planned out in advance.
Explore first Jeita grotto, the longest cave complex in the Middle East and the Lebanese landmark that was one of the top 14 finalists in the New 7 Wonders of Nature competition. Head after to Baalbek, Lebanon's greatest Roman treasure and the Phoenician city that was known as Heliopolis during the Hellenistic period and one of the finest examples of Imperial Roman architecture at its apogee. Finally, Visit the local winery Chateau Ksara and taste different types of local wine.
Operates: Daily Except Mondays
Duration: 9 hours
Price: Starting $100 USD
Meeting Point: We pick up all travelers from their Hotel.
✓ Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
✓ English-speaking driver
✓ Private air-conditioned vehicle
✓ Local guide in Baalbek
✓ All Entrance fees
Jeïta Grotto, the jewel of tourism in Lebanon, is consisting of 2 limestone crystallized grottoes characterized by extraordinary concretions of stalactites and stalagmites sculpted naturally in different forms, sizes and colors, spanning an overall length of nearly 9 km. Nominated as one of the 7 wonders of the world, this grotto creates a magical trip which enables to spend a day of wonder-filled adventure visiting the upper grotto by foot, the lower grotto in a dreamy boat, and enjoying a small zoo, some sculptures, the greeny gardens, a cable car ride and a comfortable train shuttle.
The ruins of Baalbek still 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.
Château Ksara’s core values are tradition, nobility and modernity. Founded in 1857 by Jesuit priests, it is Lebanon’s oldest largest and most visited winery. Ksara’s wine is the most popular in Lebanon.