Jebran Khalil Jebran Museum, Becharre Cedars and MONASTERY OF SAINT ANTONIO QOZHAYA
Old musuem, oldest and largest cedar trees, valley that is a deep gorge carved by the Kadisha River
Jebran Khalil Jebran Museum: Founded in 1935, the Jebran Museum possesses 440 original paintings and drawings of Jebran and his tomb.
Becharre Cedars: There are around 300 cedars and they are considered to be the oldest and largest cedar trees in Lebanon, rising up to 35m high and some considered to be up to 2000 years old.
Kozhaya : The Kadisha Valley is a valley that lies within the Becharre and Zgharta Districts of the North Governorate of Lebanon. The valley is a deep gorge carved by the Kadisha River, also known as the Nahr Abu Ali when it reaches Tripoli.
Meeting location: Pick-up will be at your hotel or any arranged accommodation in Beirut.
End location: Drop-off will be at your hotel or any arranged accommodation in Beirut.
Tour Duration: 9 hours. The tour may last up to 9 hours depending on traffic
Transportation: New and fully equipped comfortable private car.
What’s Included: Lunch, transportation and driver guide services.
Local Guide (Upon Request)
- Admission to Jebran Museum: $5
- Admission to Cedars of God: free “donation”
- Admission to Kozhaya: free “monstrey”
What’s Extra: Souvenirs.
- 8:00 – Pick up from hotel
- 10:00 – Arrival at Jebran Museum
- 10:45 – Leave Jebran Museum
- 11:15 – Arrive at Cedars of God
- 13:00 – Leave Cedars of God (Lunch)
- 14:30 – Arrive at Kozhaya
- 15:30 – Leave Kozhaya
- 17:30 – Return to hotel