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  • From Beirut: Jeita, Harissa, and Byblos Tour

    1. From Beirut: Jeita, Harissa, and Byblos Tour

    On this day trip, start with a visit to Jeita Grotto. You will enjoy a scenic cable car ride up to the upper cave; then, after exploring, you will take a train ride down to the lower cave where you will take a boat ride through the river cavern. Afterwards, you will visit the statue of Our Lady of Lebanon, Harissa, which overlooks the Jounieh Bay and offers panoramic views similar to that of Rio de Janeiro’s statue of Christ. Take another cable car ride up in order to go up to Harissa. End the day at Byblos, one of the oldest still inhabited cities in the world - dating back to 8000 years B.C. Walk through the old souq, visit Byblos Castle, go past the Fossils Museum, see Byblos' old port, and admire St Jean Marc Church. Please note Jeita Grotto and cable car are closed on Mondays.

    The acitivity was mainly the transportation. It would be helpful, if the tour is with tickets included as the queues were quite long at some destinations.

  • Beirut Arrival Airport Transfer

    2. Beirut Arrival Airport Transfer

    This pre-arranged Airport arrival transfer will ensure you have a smooth and stress-free start to your time in Beirut. The driver will be at the Airport for the exact time of your plane arrival. They will meet and greet you in Arrivals with a sign with your name on. Then, sit back and relax with a smooth ride to your address in Beirut. This private transfer service means you will make no stops along the way to pick up other passengers. Minimise your travel time, avoid queues, and benefit from a private driver to assist you with your luggage with this air-conditioned private transfer service.

    Perfect experience! The driver waited even though it was a delay of about 1 hour

  • Baalbek Tour

    3. Baalbek Tour

    Begin with a pickup at your hotel. Drive to visit the Roman Quarry, and see an ancient stone block that is among the largest monoliths ever quarried. Afterwards, visit Baalbek and a museum in a tunnel. Baalbek is one of the most famous cities in Lebanon, known for its history, fascinating traditions, sunny weather, and the great heritage it left behind. Baalbek is also home to one of the most noble and well-preserved triad of Roman temples ever built, dedicated to and named after Jupiter, Bacchus, and Venus. You will make a lunch stop at a local restaurant before returning to Beirut.

  • From Beirut: 30-Minute Paragliding Experience over Jounieh

    4. From Beirut: 30-Minute Paragliding Experience over Jounieh

    Enjoy a breathtaking experience as you paraglide over the city of Jounieh. Savor the spectacular views of the city skyline and sea from above as you fly. Head to Jounieh and meet your expert paragliding instructor. Grab your gear and continue to the starting point at a mountain near Harissa. Once you arrive, hear a short instruction on safety from your certified pilot before getting set up in the paraglider. Once in the air, relax as your instructor controls the gliding while you soak in the views and capture incredible photos. Glide above the city for 15 - 20 minutes and enjoy birds-eye sightseeing with views of the bay and Mount Harissa. When you land, enjoy complimentary GoPro photos and video to remember this spectacular experience.

  • From Beirut: Full Day Wine Tasting Tour

    5. From Beirut: Full Day Wine Tasting Tour

    Enjoy exploring the Beqaa Valley and tasting a variety of Lebanese wines at 3 different wineries on a private tour.  The first winery visited on this half-day wine tour is Chateau Heritage. Learn about the production of wine by a family that maintains traditional methods while using state of the art technology to create a variety of wines from the grapes of the Beqaa Valley.  Continue on to Chateau St. Thomas which was established in 1990 by Saïd Touma and his family on a hill overlooking the Bekaa valley. The estate is a vineyard that spreads over 65 hectares and also hosts a wine storehouse for fermentation and ageing. Hear about how the Romans once created the Temple of Bacchus, a tribute to the Roman god of wine in this area. After spending time at Chateau St. Thomas head to a local restaurant for a lunch break. Your tour's final stop will be at Chateau Ksara, the country’s oldest...

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What people are saying about Beirut

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 17 reviews

Everything was as desired

We have been thinking about what critical point we could think of. Perhaps - but that is not because of this tour - that all Linanese drivers want to be "Max Steps"

Amazing experience from the cave of Jeita something wonderful I recommend to everyone. Byblos a little overrated. general impressions 5.

absolutely skilled and very professional driver. punctual and extremely available.

Perfect experience! The driver waited even though it was a delay of about 1 hour

All very nice and Robin is really great as a driver and guide