Private Tour – Beiteddine Palace, Deir el Qamar & Moussa Castle
Visit two Lebanese villages and discover two spectacular palaces located in the peaceful Chouf region. Step onto the history of Beiteddine palace, admire its amazing 19th century architecture and hear tales about the old Emirs life and culture. Visit Deir el Qamar village that passed by many religions, the reason why you will find a mosque, a church and a synagogue in the Midan of the town. Then discover a beautiful castle, known as “Moussa Castle”, having an impressive story of a man who built his childhood dream castle. In the castle, you can see more than 150 life size stone and plaster figures posed in dioramas showing life in historic, rural Lebanon.
- Discover a well-designed old palace built by Emirs in 29th century in Beiteddine village
- Explore Deir el Qamar village, with its red roof old Lebanese houses, alleys, a 19th century fountain a mosque and a church located in the Midane of the village.
- Explore Moussa Palace, a beautiful castle that have an interesting story to tell
Availability: Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Duration: 8 hours
Pick-up Time: 8.30 am – 12.00 pm
✓ Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
✓ Comfortable Private Transportation
✓ Air-conditioned vehicle
✓ English Speaking Guide / Driver
✓ All Entrance fees and taxes
X Personal Expenses
Beiteddine is a Lebanese village located in the Chouf mountain of Lebanon.
This village is famous for a palace built by Emir Chahab II in 19th Century. This palace is characterized by its Italian architecture, where you cannot find two doors alike.
In this big palace, you can discover more about the life of the old Lebanese Emirs, and explore what each room of the palace was used for (The Salamlik, the Haramlik…)
Deir El Qamar
Deir el Qamar, “The convent of the moon”, is a peaceful village located in the Chouf mountain of Lebanon.
Characterized by its old houses, stone alleys and roads, and beautiful landscapes, this village was home of many religions, the reason why we can find a mosque, a synagogue and a church in the village’s midane.
“Moussa Castle”, having an impressive story of a man who built his childhood dream castle.
In the castle, you can see more than 150 life size stone and plaster figures posed in dioramas showing life in historic, rural Lebanon.