If you are visiting Beirut, Jeita Grotto, Harissa and Baatara waterfall are must see attractions. Tick off all highlights with ease on a tour that includes a round-trip transport and knowledgeable English speaking driver and you'll feel safe and secure.
In this tour, you will spend two hours visiting Jeita Grotto, One of the worlds most amazing cave and featured as a finalist in the New 7 Wonders of Nature competition.
You will head after to Harissa, a 30 minutes stop and you will visit the Statue of Our Lady of Lebanon. A nice panoramic view over Jounieh and a cable car ride at one of Lebanon's oldest and most visited tourist attractions.
Our final stop is at Baatara gorge waterfall with a beautiful cave of Jurassic limestone located on the Lebanon Mountain Trail, also known as the Waterfall of the Three Bridges.
Operates: Daily Except Mondays
Duration: 8 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
✓ 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 statue of the Virgin Mary is a twenty-ton bronze statue built in the 19th century, located 600 m above sea level, outstretching hands over Jounieh bay. A curled staircase can lead you to the top to enjoy the magical view of the bay of Jounieh. You can also take a cable car ride and enjoy the landscape.
The Baatara gorge waterfall, a waterfall in the Tannourine, Lebanon that drops 255 metres (837 ft) into the Balaa Pothole, is a cave of Jurassic limestone located on the Lebanon Mountain Trail and also known as the Cave of the Three Bridges.