Package Cost
Starting $550
Payment Schedule
100% of the total price required upon registration.

Cancellation Policy

– At least 8 weeks before the tour: 15% cancellation fee will be charged
– From 4 to 8 weeks before the tour: 30% cancellation fee will be charged
– From 2 to 4 weeks before the tour: 50% cancellation fee will be charged
– 1 week before the tour: 75% cancellation fee will be charged
– Less than 1 week before the tour date: 100% of the total amount will be charged

4*Hotel accommodation, breakfast and light lunch, transportation, entrance fees, tour guide, and airport transfers.
Join us on a life transforming journey.

Check the options, select the one you want and contact us!
Immerse yourself in the sights, culture, history, breathtaking landscapes, and natural wonders of Lebanon with your friends and family.
Experience the Biblical and Christian sites through new eyes as you discover the rich and stunning history of Lebanon.
This offer is for a group of four

Option 1: Baalbek, and Anjar
Marvel at the ancient archeological sites of Baalbek, Lebanon's so-called Heliopolis or "City of the Sun", originally an ancient Phoenician city dedicated to Baal and the Umayyad ruins of Anjar.

Option 2: Beirut, Beiteddine and Cedars of Barouk (Mount Lebanon)
Start your tour off in Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon that breathes and celebrates the spirit of Lebanese life. Then experience Lebanon's small-town charm and cultural history in the Shouf area, with stops at Beiteddine Palace and the Cedars of Barouk.

Option 3: Jeita Grotto, Harissa and Byblos (Mount Lebanon)
Start your day exploring Jeita Grotto, a finalist in the new 7 wonders of nature competition. Then take a cable car trip to Harissa, a famous pilgrimage site with an amazing panoramic view of Jounieh bay on one side and majestic mountains on the other. End your day at the 7,000 year old Phoenician port of Byblos, strolling its harbor, souks, and town center.

Option 4: Bcharre (North of Lebanon)
Be filled with awe as you visit the divine forest of the Cedars of God in Bcharre and walk among cedar trees that were used to build King David's Palace and King Solomon's temple. The cedar remains the symbol of the country and its wood was used not only by Israelites, but also Phoenicians, Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Romans, and Turks.

Option 5: Tyre and Sidon (South of Lebanon)
Follow in the footsteps of Jesus to the port cities of Tyre and Sidon, where many flocked to hear His teachings and were healed. Today, Tyre is recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site with two Roman and Byzantine archeological sites and a colorful Christian quarter.

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Hassan Sioufi
Jul 10,2019
Very nice and affordable package
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Baabda, Lebanon
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