Small Group Tour – Qadisha, Cedars and Baalbek

Opt for an alternative sightseeing experience combining nature with history on a full-day tour to the North of Lebanon and the Beqaa valley on the same day. Admire the nature beauty at the Qadisha valley, and wander through the original cedars of God. Head to the city of the Sun Baalbek, and explore three majestic huge temples forming the great Heliopolis of Baalbek, a must-see site when you visit Lebanon.

  • Explore natural beauty of the Holly valley of Qadisha valley in North Lebanon and visit Saint Anthony monastery.
  • Enjoy a walk through cedars trees in the Cedars of God natural reserve, home of the original cedar trees in Lebanon.
  • Discover Baalbek Roman Empire, and its famous huge temples, Bacchus, Jupiter & Venus.

Tour Details:

Availability: Sunday
Price: $140 per person
Duration: 10 hours
Pick-up Time: 8.00 am

What’s Included?
✓ Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
✓ Comfortable Private Transportation
✓ Air-conditioned vehicle
✓ English Speaking Guide / Driver
✓ Local Guide in Baalbek
✓ All Entrance fees
✓ Lunch at a local restaurant

What’s Excluded?
X Gratuities
X Personal Expenses

monastery st qozhaya qadisha

Qadisha valley with monastery


Qadisha Valley, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, is located in Northern Lebanon.

Also known as “the Holly Valley”, Qadisha valley is home to the most ancient Christian caves, monasteries and cultivated terrace.

Visitors will enjoy the incredible landscape views of the valley, and will visit one of its monasteries, the monastery of Saint Anthony Kozhaya.

Cedars of God

Cedars of God

In Bcharre, you can also find the natural reserve of the original and most ancient cedar trees of Lebanon. The Cedar tree is the symbol of pride of Lebanon, standing in the middle of its flag. Many civilizations like Phoenicians, Egyptians, Romans and Turks used the cedar trees for their trade, making paper and building their ships. The Cedars are also mentioned in the Bible, holding significant religious importance.
baalbek ruins


As early as 9000 BC, Baalbek passed through many civilizations: Mesopotamian, Roman, Christian and Islamic worship.

The empire of Baalbek is considered as one of Lebanon’s most prized historical treasures, where people can discover the great three temples of Bacchus, Jupiter and Venus, and hear exciting tales about this old city, and how people built such huge structures.