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Hike and discover the treasure of qadisha!!

Amazing destination for hiking and nature lovers but also very interesting for its historical and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Carine F
via mobile
Natural caves

The Qadisha Valley's many natural caves have been used as shelters and for burials back as far as... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2018
Manoul
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Beirut, Lebanon
via mobile
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1 week ago
“Hike and discover the treasure of qadisha!!”
1 Apr 2018
“Natural caves”
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Bcharre, Lebanon
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing destination for hiking and nature lovers but also very interesting for its historical and archeological aspects as you can discover many caves and monasteries with paintings, engravings, water, and stories ... it is an amazing walk in the nature did it several times early...More

Thank Carine F
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

The Qadisha Valley's many natural caves have been used as shelters and for burials back as far as the Palaeolithic period. The Aassi Hauqqa ( cave) in particular, near Hawqa, Lebanon

Thank Manoul
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

It's a bit of a schlep to get to the caves but the trek is amazing because you get wonderful views of the valley below. Once you're at the caves, it's like stepping into another realm. It kind of looks like Voldemort's horcrux cave but...More

Thank Nana_KM1211
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Reviewed 19 May 2017

One of many reason to visite Qadisha Valley is to visite the caves where the christians were refugees from the otomonan and mamelucs attacks. There are many caves, most of them you need to walk with an expert guide as George. I have visited many...More

Thank ENRIC-23
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Reviewed 22 October 2016

the cave itself is nice, nothing extraordinary, though, yet not only it offers great views of the valley below and mountains above, but also gives a fresh and moist break from the heat and dryness of the area

Thank dobroszp
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Reviewed 10 August 2016 via mobile

Walking this distance to see the caves was well worth it. The walking distance had nice views, we got multiple pictures down the way. The caves are lovely with just right temprature. sitting later outside the cave at this little cafe was also soothing with...More

Thank Hiba H
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Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

It's a nice grotto. Loved the walk to reach the grotto. If ur in the area, it is good to visit. The grotto is a but neglected by the government, it's only enlightened for 250m inside.

Thank Roula22
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Reviewed 11 May 2016

Only one chamber is available and it is pretty nice, plus you can take pictures inside. What instead is pretty bad is the maintenance of this place, lighting is a dream, therefore you have some difficulties to reach the chamber unless you have with you...More

Thank Danessia
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Reviewed 4 May 2016 via mobile

On the way from bcharre to Cedars, this place is fantastic, you can see the pure cristal water flowing all over the cave. This is the potable water of many villages near by, and also it is used in production of electricity for Tripoli city....More

Thank Bassam N
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Reviewed 5 February 2016

Beautiful nature carved cave. It is in the same area as the Cedars, Qadisha valley, Gebran museum. Having all these placers in one place need a week to visit and enjoy them.

Thank Roger C
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