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We spent a day on a private tour driving from Beirut through the Bekaa Valley to the Baalek Temples. While westerner's may hesitate due to the Hezbollah headquarters being in the northern Bekaa Valley, we did not have any issues. There were numerous Lebanese police...More
The coastal regions of Lebanon are cool, but the Bekaa Valley has so much more to offer!
From Anjar to Baalbek, and possibly others, you will see a good portion of the history of man in Lebanon throughout the Valley.
We stopped at Anjar and...More
The Bekaa Valley was somewhere I had always wanted to visit. The original land of milk and honey, it is chock full of ancient ruins to visit, vineyards and orchards, and some great restaurants. A vital part of any Lebanon trip.
The Bekaa Valley in Central Lebanon is one place to visit any season of the year as it is one of the most unique and beautiful parts of Lebanon.
There are a wide variety of things to do while you are touring the Bekaa Valley,...More
I took my girls here to see & visit the past. We took lots of photos. had a great time & lots of memories. The gift shop sold me phoney Turquoise Jewellery so avoid that & I bought some rosary beads paid 300% for that-...More
For me a day or two road tripping around the Bekaa valley is another level of experience and attraction to be witnessed while you spend your days in Lebanon. It is a refreshing trip, gives you more insight of different parts of Lebanon. A relatively...More
We stopped in at Anjar on our way back to Beirut From Baalbeck. Worth the stopover if you have a guide with you who can give you the background history to the place. Only 6000 LL for a half hour visit.
There is a little...More
We hired a hotel driver for the day to take us to Bekaa, stopped along the way into cafes and candy stores. The snow capped mountains called "Anti-Lebanon Mountains" (true name) in the dead of summer was a contrast.