7 Days - 6 Nights

Day 1: Arrive in Beirut
Arriving to Beirut. Meet & assist in Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport Visa formalities and transfer to hotel, check in to the hotel. You can have rest in hotel or visit nearest market for shopping or explore the city.

Day 2: Beirut city  tour –( Half day)
After breakfast. Visit downtown Beirut, which is full of newly found archeological sites, recently renovated typical Lebanese houses, churches and mosques from Crusader and Muslim periods. You will also visit the National Museum of Beirut which has an interesting collection of ancient pieces, covering about 60 centuries of history.

Day 3: Byblos and Nahr El Kalb Tour
After breakfast, We will visit the Dog River, where you will see commemorative inscriptions and bas relief sculptures carved into the limestone cliffs of all the conquering armies who passed there. Then we continue to Byblos, the oldest town in the world which has been continuously inhabited for the last 7,000 years. The city also has the most ancient port in the world. You will be astonished by the number of superimposed cultural layers such as Roman amphitheater, Royal Necropolis, the Crusader castle and it’s Church.

Day 4: Harissa and  Jeta Tour 
After breakfast. The tour will start with a visit to the magnificent statue of the Lady of Lebanon in Harissa. A cable car trip up to the mountain will make you enjoy the unique and spectacular Jounieh's bay view. You will then continue to visit the famous Jeita Grottoes, Lebanon's natural miracle, a striking nine kilometers labyrinth of galleries on two levels. The lower river level offers a unique tour by a small boat past 'weeping willows' and gigantic stone flowers.

Day 5:  Free for shopping & leisure
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, either you can spend this day as per your choice.

Day 6: Drop off to Airport
After enjoying breakfast, check out from the hotel. Our driver will drop you to the airport as per your flight timings. You can go for some last-minute shopping (as per your flight schedule). Take back home fun memories of Beirut City.





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