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It is quite a small reserve, unfortunately, and it closes during Winter... So, we had to climb over the fences, since we had come from so far to see it, and even the locals told us to do so.
The cedars are huge and we...More
I am glad to see that any cedar forest is being preserved but this one was very small and it takes a long drive from Beirut to reach it. There were some nice old trees but it didn't take long to walk through the whole...More
I was really looking forward to seeing another cedar forest in Lebanon, as they are shrinking. I had visited the one in Chouf in the summer and looked forward to seeing the north in winter. It was so tiny though. You could walk the whole...More
I've been there so many times, and i will always visit it. just walking between the trees, take a deep breath and let out all your stress. The trees are pretty old. and the oldest one goes back to 2500 years ago! The cedars of...More
Suddenly the fog fell on the forest and the scene of millennial cedars justified the name of the place: Cedars of God. The way that leads us to the north of Lebanon is on the borders the Qadisha Valley, where thousands of Christians hid of...More
The forest is well preserved and our guide had informed that these trees are more than 4000 years old. one of the tree is nearly 6000 years. There is a small church and a beautiful flat path is carved for people to climb and get...More
Only about 5 ha what is left of the once so fast ancient cedar forests of Lebanon.
These last remains are worth visiting, because the are the lost very old trees (some more than 3.000 years old).
There are bigger cedar forests in Lebanon, but...More
The Cedars of God is a place that will be more suited for the calm and quiet place lovers. It is a well preserved forest-type region which allows you to experience the Cedars (which you would see on Lebanon's Flag). It is one of the...More
yes there are slopes for different levels.
the tariffs are (I am not 100% sure) but very close to this:
Week-ends : 40 USD per day
Week days : 30 USD per day (no half day)
Students : 26$ (school) to 30$ (university)