Discover Lebanon's most important sights on a full day tour from Beirut. Visit Baalbek, known as Heliopolis, and home to the temple complex which includes two of the largest Roman temple and one of the finest examples of Imperial Roman architecture. Continue after to Ksara winery and taste different types of local Lebanese wine and enjoy after mountain views and a short hike of the mountain-top Maaser Chouf Cedars Reserve. This tour is ideal for first-time visitors who want to experience all the highlights in one trip.
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
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. When visiting the winery, you can stroll the winery’s cave and the vineyards.
Maaser Al Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in the Chouf District of Lebanon. It is located on the slopes of Barouk mountain and has an area of 550 km², nearly 5.3% of the Lebanese territory and 70% of Lebanon's green area, making it the largest nature reserve in the Middle East. It is part of the Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve, also recognized by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve in 2005.