The sights and sounds of Lebanon – the baker with his ka’ak hanging on a rod, ringing his bicycle bell to announce lunch on the bustling corniche; the clanging of the coffee cups inviting everyone to enjoy a quick shot of ahwe (coffee) at the mobile coffee bar outside the souk; the sight of the fruit seller pushing a huge trolley stacked with bananas up the hill; the laughter billowing from lively restaurants late into the night; ancient history and breathtaking natural beauty; world-class food and wine; and so much more – I am excited to share this captivating and exotic country and its generous, hospitable people with you.
Cost: US $2650 per person
Duration: 8 days
All alcoholic drinks at mealtimes are for your own account.Accommodation is quoted at a cost per person sharing. Should you require your own room, request costing.
Please ensure that you have adequate medical and travel insurance in case of emergency.
Recommended Airlines: Turkish Airlines and Emirates
Visas: Visas are easy to obtain and are inexpensive. Click here for contact details for the Embassy of Lebanon in South Africa.
Batroûn sunset at Chez Maguy, Lebanon