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An ancient grove of cedars, the oldest in Lebanon, makes a beautiful site.
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  • Very good23%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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Bcharre, Lebanon
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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 2 weeks ago

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 2 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank holmes21
Reviewed 2 weeks ago 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
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

we spend around 1 hour here, entry is free of charge (you can donate some money at the entrance if you want); smell is amazing, trees are huge and majestic; very interesting sculptures (by Rudy Rahme) unfortunately it was difficult to catch the spirituality of...More

Thank Justyna C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The unique trees 1600 meters above sea level organized randomly with big trunk diameters is so majestic. It worth the +3 hours drive from Beirut. In August no humidity up there and the atmosphere was just comfortable. Shapes carved on a dead tree is beautiful....More

Thank sabuaitah
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

We visited the cedars forest (again) with different group of friends and every time you learn something new about the place. The committee that worked on restoring the place brought Japanese scientists to treat the cedars against many diseases and they were successful in their...More

Thank Traveler M
Reviewed 16 August 2017

It has been more then 3000 years that the lebanese Arz were there with proud if i can say, majestic, huge, one of a kind, you will never know until you see this beautiful forest. It is a bit far from beirut but is worth...More

Thank Zeinasinno
Reviewed 24 July 2017

Where ever you are in Lebanon, you can enjoy, but the cedars forest it is a magnificent story of hunder years and above, take a walk in the forest and if you ask about the entrance fees it is not equal these enormous tress, you...More

Thank bhamieh
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

A small stand of very large cedar trees. Hence the Lebanese flag. A UNESCO world heritage site. You can hike around the trees for 2000 lire or just look from the ledge above. Skip the shops but look for the mountain honey and replica of...More

Thank Brannon W
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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