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Serjbel – A Hidden Gem

The Chouf district is home to some of the most picturesque sceneries that the Lebanese nature has to offer and Serjbel is a prime example. We visited Serjbel last week along with a small group of friends with the purpose of spending part of the day having a picnic in […]

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Faraya – Snow Clad Hills

In the past few years, winters in Lebanon and in the Middle East were becoming gradually warmer especially in terms of snowfall. Last winter drove many people to believe that snowfall in our region has become a once upon a time tale. Fortunately, things turned upside down this year; rainfall and snowfall hit record high and […]

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Laqlouq – Back For More!

We have been to Laqlouq during this past summer, but we have decided to see what this village had to offer during the snow season. And thus we came back. Our goal on this trip was to check the white coated mountains and engage in some outdoor activities. For the sake of […]

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Bois de Boulogne – The Pine Woods with French Heritage

Bois de Boulogne or as more commonly known Boulonia (بولونيا) is located in the heart of Mount Lebanon more specifically in Ras el Matn. Infamous for its pine tree woods, the village (and its hotel) have their name inspired by the French who compared it to their own Bois de Boulogne. It […]

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Jabal Moussa – A Rough Worthwile Hike

Lebanon has 3 official biosphere reserves out of 621 worldwide. A biosphere reserve is an area referenced by its residents through a national committee to the UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere program. This area usually represents an examplary model of harmonious balance between man and nature. Furthermore, biosphere reserves worldwide, exchange the results of their […]

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Chouf Cedars – 3000 Years in the Making

Our latest road trip takes us to the Cedars Reserve in the Chouf District, mainly the reserves of Maaser El Chouf and Barouk. Resting high in the Chouf mountain at an altitude exceeding 1500m, awaits you some of the oldest, mightiest and most colossal Cedar trees your eyes will ever […]

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Laqlouq – The Unexpected Wonder

On this road trip we visit Laqlouq. Located deep in Jbeil district at an altitude of more than 1750m, Laqlouq is mostly known to hunters because of its raw and beautiful nature and its rich vegetation. It is also a major spot for ski lovers due to its infamous ski resort. In addition to […]

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