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Cedars of Lebanon, Kozhaya and Besharreh Day Trip from Beirut
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Private Tour: Cedars of Lebanon, Kozhaya and Besharreh Day Trip from Beirut
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An ancient grove of cedars, the oldest in Lebanon, makes a beautiful site.
  • Excellent69%
  • Very good23%
  • Average6%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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“cedar tree” (8 reviews)
“small forest” (4 reviews)
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Bcharre, Lebanon
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Drove up there in a rental car - easy driving and very scenic. So beautiful and peaceful. Lots of hiking available from easy to full day hikes. Our teen girls really enjoyed this trip. We stopped at various places along the way and turned into...More

Thank Viewofthepyramids
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This preserved Cedar forest in Bcharre , North Lebanon is worth a visit particularly if you have made it all the way up North. There is no entrance fee. The natural beauty is for yours to enjoy for whatever contribution you think is apt. At...More

Thank UNNIMAYA
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a must see: let's remember that the cedars are Lebanon's symbol however they are very fragile and disappearing at a very quick rate. The cedars are impressing and it is said that god himself planted them here: they are indeed incredibly beautiful and...More

Thank Manon C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The place should be on top priority to visit, I loved the place - especially town called Bcharreh -it`s my dream place to live, I really would love to spend my old days there in peace with my loved-ones

Thank Алия Т
Reviewed 3 October 2017

not so many cedars, but very monumental, old and the fresh air with cedar´s smell. lovely place - must visit to see those traditional trees !

Thank Markéta V
Reviewed 26 September 2017

This forest is a small forest in the middle of the Cedars region. There is no specific entrance fee, just donations (pay as much as you want). You can walk around in like approx. 45mins. You'll see the huge old cedar trees which are the...More

Thank charbs1
Reviewed 14 September 2017

It's a very attractive place if you like nature, Cedars are one of the strongest trees and best of them .. some of those trees have more than 3000 years .... Amazing ones ...don't forget that those trees used to be cut by Phoenicians as...More

Thank bronaldsfr
Reviewed 11 September 2017

The mountainsides of Lebanon used to be covered with these cedars but after thousands of years of cutting them for various uses, there aren't many left. This small forest is the largest remaining area so they are not to be missed. The cedars are such...More

Thank RichardK938
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

Peaceful, Beautiful and historical forest. Old majestic trees and amazing nature. Not to miss when visiting Lebanon.

Thank holmes21
Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

Well maintained and clean forest! A breathtaking natural beauty, we were enjoying with our young kids all the way, just love this peaceful place

Thank jaymmy
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Response from Sara K | Reviewed this property |
There are 2 ways to get to the cedars. One way is to drive there yourself. If you ate used to crazy middle east driving then you should be OK. You take the highway north of of Beirut towards Tripoli. About 30km before... More
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