Lebanon, Cultural Tours 5D4N

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  • Lebanon
  • 5 Days 4 Nights
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  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • Speaking tour guide
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Lebanon, Cultural Tours 5D4N

LUBNAN: The Land of the Braves and a Cosmopolitan Melting Pot

Lebanon (Lubnan) is an amalgam of Historical Treasures, Archaeological Wonders, Phoenician Legacy, Stunning Nature, Majestic Mountains, Cultural and yet trendy Heritage.

Lebanon is ideally suited to an archeological sightseeing tour. The county is small and easy to get around while enjoying several outstanding sites.

LEBANON From World Heritage to Art, Culture, Nature …
Nature aficionados and wonderers are well served. Some of our wild and beautiful mountains are peppered with small villages, terraced for cultivation. Olives, apples and grapes are fed by numerous springs and wells.
The most adventurous can enjoy outdoor activities e.g. hiking, rafting, skiing, water skiing, etc.
Savour culinary delights that spice up the palate with rich Mediterranean and healthy ingredients.
Fashonistas can shop in trendy, hip and chic boutiques.
Party lovers used to spend the night-away in clubs and bars with striking design and appeal.
Tourists, regardless of nationality witness the sheer cheer Hospitality, friendliness, open-mindedness and talented “Multi-lingual” Lebanese.

Please find below a couple of Packages for 5 Days 4 Nights.
Kindly read acrefully the Terms & Conditions especially under the current dire and unfortunate economic situation in Lebanon.

Tours are quoted per person in USD and include:

  • 4-Night accommodation at the hotel of your choice
  • Round Trip Transfer Airport / Hotel / Airport
  • Full-Day tour of your choice
  • Full-Day Guide
  • Site Entrance Fees (as per tour)
  • Travel insurance including Covid
Star Hotel Name Room Type Meal Period (Y21-Y22) 4 PAX 6 PAX  10 PAX
3 35 Rooms Premium RO May21 – 02Jan 22  $        181  $        148  $        134
3 35 Rooms Deluxe RO May21 – 02Jan 22  $        174  $        141  $        127
4 Warwick Palm Beach Standard BB 06May – 27Dec  $        242  $        209  $        195
4 Royal Tulip* Standard SGL /

Deluxe DBL

BB 06May – Mar22  $        340  $        307  $        293
4 Royal Tulip* Executive BB 06May – Mar22  $        389  $        356  $        342
4 The Smalville Hotel Standard BB May21 – Mar22  $        372  $        339  $        325
4 Four Points by Sheraton

Le Verdun

Classic BB 21Aug – 26Dec  $        340  $        307  $        293
4 Four Points by Sheraton

Le Verdun

Classic BB 27Dec – 02Jan22  $        364  $        332  $        317
5 Crown Plaza Deluxe BB till Mar-2022  $        315  $        283  $        268
5 Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Guest Room BB May21 – Mar22  $        516  $        483  $        469
5 Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Deluxe BB May21 – Mar22  $        550  $        517  $        503


Star Hotel Name Room Type Meal Period (Y21-Y22)  Double Single
3 35 Rooms Premium RO May21 – 02Jan 22  $        279  $        538
3 35 Rooms Deluxe RO May21 – 02Jan 22  $        271  $        523
4 Warwick Palm Beach Standard BB 06May – 27Dec  $        340  $        645
4 Royal Tulip* Standard SGL /

Deluxe DBL

BB 06May – Mar22  $        437  $        792
4 Royal Tulip* Executive BB 06May – Mar22  $        486  $        889
4 The Smalville Hotel Standard BB May21 – Mar22  $        470  $        863
4 Four Points by Sheraton Le Verdun Classic BB 21Aug – 26Dec  $        437  $        792
4 Four Points by Sheraton Le Verdun Classic BB 27Dec – 02Jan22  $        462  $        841
5 Crown Plaza Deluxe BB till Mar-2022  $        413  $        767
5 Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Guest Room BB May21 – Mar22  $        613  $     1,143
5 Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Deluxe BB May21 – Mar22  $        654  $     1,224


OTHER OPTIONAL TOURS (inclusive Transfers, Guide, Entrance Fees)

Guided Tours Tour Type 02 Pax 04 Pax 06 Pax 10 Pax
Full Day Beirut Cultural, Historical

& Archaeological

 $        118  $          59  $          39  $          28
Full Day Chouf  $        137  $          70  $          47  $          36
Full Day South  $        152  $          78  $          54  $          40
Full Day Baalbeck  $        150  $          76  $          51  $          38
Full Day Hardini Religious  $        142  $          71  $          47  $          35




  • Rates are in USD.
  • Prices include taxes applicable at this time (VAT 11%). Taxes may be subject to change according to governmental decree.
  • Some hotels may offer free upgrades according to availability at the date of booking.
  • Hotel Rates are to be used as a “guideline” only. Prices are subject to change.
  • Prices may not be applicable during holidays, convention or special events.
  • The Lebanese currency is continuously fluctuating, and is currently subject to 02 market rates (Black Market Rate & Bank’s Rate).
  • For other Hotel Alternatives, please contact us.


  • Buses are on Full-day basis (as half-days will be priced as Full).
  • Please note that Bus prices are subject to change due to potential variations in fuel and other levies. Currently fuel is increasing in Lebanon on almost weekly basis and varying exponentially. Hence, Prices are subject to change at the Date and Time of Booking.



  1. Expenses of a personal nature.
  2. Any services, meals and / or admissions not mentioned above.
  3. Extra Bed for a third person.


  • Confirmed bookings if any would be paid in US Dollars. All Bank Charges pertaining to the wire transfer and corresponding banks must be absorbed by the customer.


  • Kindly check with the respective Embassies regarding visa and entry requirements to Lebanon, if any.




  • Visit Beirut City Centre, the construction projects; wander in Down Town shopping area, along the adorned cafes & restaurants, Roman Thermes and “Grand Serail”.
  • Drive along the Mediterranean coast, contemplate the Pigeons Grotto.
  • Head towards the National Museum for some Archaeological insights (if opens & time permits)
  • Continue your journey to Byblos, the oldest inhabited city in the world since 7000 years, who originated the Linear Alphabet. Admire temples of hybrid styles from Pharaohs to Mesopotamian, Ancient Crusader Castle and Ruins, Roman Theatre, Ramparts, Obelisk Temple houses, Sanctuary, King’s Well, Royal Necrpolis from the 2nd millennium BC, St. John Baptist’s Church and the Old Port. The Harbor, the commerce nerve centre where Cedars & other woods were shipped to the capitals of the ancient world. Stroll its narrow street & souks.
  • Visit our Lady of Lebanon in Harissa, a gigantic white statue of Virgin Mary, Virgin of Lebanon with her arms outstretched. Around her, churches and cathedrals. Admire the stunning view.
  • Jeita Grottos: A stunning series of caverns containing one of the world’s most impressive agglomerations of stalactites and stalagmites. Originally discovered in 1836, and stretching 6Km back into the mountains, they are the source of Nahr Al-Kalb.
  • Return to Beirut.



  • Drive to Chouf Mountains….wild and beautiful, peppered with small villages and terraced for easy cultivation. Olives, apples and grapes are fed by numerous springs and wells. Several rivers divide the land into steep canyons.
  • The MUST see places are Deir Al-Qamar, Beittedine Palace (Emir Bechir’s 18th century Palace and summer residence of the President of Lebanon). Beiteddine houses the world’s finest Byzantine mosaics; Walls & ceilings are of painted, carved cedar wood embellished with Arabic calligraphy, and water fountains – used for cooling purposes & to prevent ear droppers), Harem Suites and groomed gardens…. Fakhreddine Mosque, Silk Khan (a 1595 open courtyard, arcaded galleries), Fakhreddine Palace (converted into the Marie Baz Wax Museum), Youssef Chehab Serail and Saidet At-Tallé Church.
  • Moussa Castle is Mr. Moussa’s child dream that became a reality and motherly blessed and fulfilled. A collection of waxwork and mannequin tableaux depicting the traditional Lebanese life and his own childhood.
  • Pause at Wax Museum, walk in the narrow streets.
  • The Chouf Cedar Reserve covers some 50,000 hectares and is the largest of Lebanon’s three natural protectorates. Barouk and Maaser El-Chouf forests have the largest number of Ancient Lebanese Cedars (cedrus Libani) – some are thought to be aged 2000 years. It is estimated that species of 200 Birds and 26 wild mammals either live in or pass through the area.
  • Return to Beirut



  • Journey to South of Lebanon. Visit the Phoenician Queen of the Seas “Tyre” that attracted Grand Conquerors such as Babylon King, Alexander the Great; learn about Tyre traders who expanded the city to North Africa and created Carthage. Tyre, UNESCO World Heritage Site: its Hippodrome, Arch of Triumph and Collonnades.
  • Qana El Jalil, where Christ performed his first miracle: turning water into wine at a wedding party. Carvings on rocks near the cave are evidences suggesting that the event took place here.
  • Sea Castle Sidon, inhabited since 4000 Years; known for its Glass manufacture, purple dye of royal garments & Murex shellfish.
  • Echmoun Castle, Grand Mosque, St. Louis Castle, Khan Es Saboun, Khan El Franj, Saint Nicolas Church, and Soap Museum.
  • Return to Beirut



  • Journey to Bekaa Valley. Admire the green fields, Baalbeck’s Mountains and Valleys. Visit the Roman Temples in the City of the Sun: Jupiter & Bacchus (20-meter columns with the heaviest stones in the world).
  • Head towards Ksara Winery for a wine tasting.
  • Visit, if time permits, the Ommayad City of Anjar (an exclusive One-period, one epoch of civilization, the Umayyad).
  • Return to Beirut



  • Journey to North of Lebanon. Pause in Saydet Al Nourieh. Enjoy the cliff’s panoramic sea view. Contemplate the monk’s houses engraved in the rock.
  • Continue to Tripoli. Visit the Great Mosque, Gilles’ Castle and the Port Area “Al Mina”. Then pass through the Old Souks, Khans & Hammams.
  • Journey to Cedars’ Forests, Lebanon’s emblem, where some of the trees are over 4,000 years old. Head to Becharreh, home town of the Lebanese Philosopher, Mystic Poet and Painter, Gibran Khalil Gibran. Visit his museum and tomb.
  • Return to Beirut.



  • Qadisha Valley & the Four Convents: called the Saints’ Valley where hermits live. A religious adventure on foot, 550 m under road level to admire the Hermitage, Convents and Grottos.
  • Qadisha Valley is a natural gorge that is protected by mountains, rich in waterfalls, monasteries dating from the XII to the XIII centuries, built into the rock and often decorated with splendid frescoes. The valley is marked by steep paths, and dotted with grottoes and hermitages.
  • Qannoubine Valley: Mar Antonios Kozhaya and its first printing house in the Middle Easr.



  • The town of Rachana,





  • Beirut, Lebanon

  • Byblos, Lebanon

  • Tyr, Lebanon

  • Sidon, Lebanon

  • Baalbek, Lebanon

  • Chouf, Lebanon