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Eat & Drink
Ixsir’s wine is infamous for a reason. If you’re looking for a great winery experience, why not pair your delicious tasting with a view from one of the highest vineyards in the world!? For details visit http://ixsir.com/
Adyar is the leading (and first) organic winemaker in Lebanon and is rooted in the monastic tradition of the country’s Maronite Order. Visit their website to learn more about them, and to book a visit at one of their locations http://www.adyar.org.lb/.
Rachana International Sculpture Park
Rachana is located in the north of Batroun. The legendary Basbous brothers –Michel, Alfred, and Youssef – wanted to turn their home village into a large outdoor museum, and the sculpture park itself sits on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean. For information call +961-3-033-099
Outdoor Activities & Places of Interest
When it comes to ecotourism, there is no business more established than Liban Trek. Founded in 1997, they were the first ecotourism company in the country, and have expanded to offer a huge range of outdoor activities, including hiking and trekking, cross-country skiing, caving, and camping. Whether you are a solo traveller, a couple, or family, they are a fantastic resource to plan any outdoor adventure. Visit them at http://www.libantrek.com/category.jhtm?cid=2.
Offering another thorough resource for your tour demands, with everything from cultural tours to hikes throughout the country. You can visit their website for a list and contact information to book something that fits what you are interested in http://www.discoverlebanon.com/en/travel-tours/index.php.
Rock Climbing & Slacking
With all of our mountains, it should come as no surprise that rock climbing and slacking are growing in popularity! Whether you are new or experienced, contact the Lebanese Climbing Association to organize a climb or two http://www.lebaneseclimbingassociation.org/sportsclimbing.
It is one of the oldest villages in Lebanon – and for a country with a lot of history, that is saying a lot! From the Phoenicians to the Romans, Crusaders to Maronites, it is worth visiting this piece of history that so many have left their mark on http://bit.ly/2VpfYEK.