Possibly one of the world’s most underrated travel destinations, Lebanon enjoys a balmy Mediterranean climate that boasts stunning coastlines, notable archaeological sites along with a renowned culinary, arts and culture scene. From the thriving cities to the historic ruins, Lebanon rewards travellers with a wealth of interesting experiences. And with so much to see in such a foreign land, guided tours are a perfect way to ensure you make the most of your time.
Don't miss these Lebanon attractions
- Historic walking tours through Beirut
- Day trip to Jeita Grotto
- World Heritage-listed Tyre
- Modern downtown Beirut
- Byblos private tour
Explore the ‘Paris of the Middle East’ in Beirut. This party capital of the Arab world holds much opportunity for pleasure and entertainment with a host of tours available to take advantage of it all. Walking tours around the city will have you shopping for fashion in trendy boutiques and open air markets. Or, step inside world renowned galleries, museums and restaurants.
This thriving metropolis is also close to many idyllic beaches and the warm waters of the Mediterranean. Relish in the sun and sand, or indulge in the many nearby beachside restaurants while enjoying the sensational water views.
Explore the countryside
For those hoping to get out of the city, Lebanon's countryside offers up a slew of interesting highlights. In fact, just north of Beirut, tours are available to the Jeita Grottos. These subterranean caves sit beneath the wooden hills of Mount Lebanon and are in the running to become one of the ‘New Seven Wonders Of The World’.
Alternatively, destinations such as the Bekaa Valley are home to the country's oldest winery with regular tours available. Temple tours are also available to the sacred town of Baalbek, which ohldes the best preserved Roman ruins in the country. It's also a great chance to learn how Alexander the Great conquered the city.