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Firstly, do take good comfortable shoes because if you want to get up close with Lebanon's iconic national symbol you will have to walk. Don't settle for the first cedar you see because you will see so much more. If you continue on your walk...More
Yes the Cedar Nature Reserve is amazing because:
The place: stunning beautiful and quiet;
The Trees: you cannot come to Lebanon and miss the Cedar Of Lebanon;
The Nature: animals and trees and more trees;
United Nations: has declared this place outstanding (and it is);...More
The entrance was 7000LBP, which is about 5 USD. It is a natural reserve and it is forbidden to eat and smoke in the area. If you are lucky, you can spot the badgers and the porcupines.
Very peaceful place with monumental cedre trees, hiking...More
It's a very nice place for hiking.
They have an easy trail which is 15 minutes walking. And other longer trails that might take hours.
Tickets are around 5$ per person.
But from the ticket booth until the trail is like 15 mnts by car...More
The Shouf Biosphere is a very large nature reserve that is well worth taking the trouble to get to and even more well worth trekking through to enjoy the wildlife contained/re-populating this wonderful reserve.
The cedars of Lebanon are the purest nature creation, as we call them "the cedars of God". They are very impressive and beautiful to see. There will be nothing more beautiful than walking along the mountain hills feet at high altitude and explore the nature...More
Beautiful forest with lots of walking trails. There is somewhat of a main forest area in the middle, with benches and signs and things like that. And then several trails split off from there. Very beautiful area, and easier to get to than the Cedars...More
My group stopped at the Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve on our way to Baalbek. I am glad we did, because it’s one thing to see these massive trees in a photo, but far more grand to see them in person! We even saw the cedar...More
Response from youssefb897 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, As far as I remember, the entrance fee was 7 to 10 thousand Lebanese Liras. As for walking from the entrance gate to the cedars area, it is too long. In the summer time, all vehicle were allowed to drive up to the top... More
Hi, As far as I remember, the entrance fee was 7 to 10 thousand Lebanese Liras. As for walking from the entrance gate to the cedars area, it is too long. In the summer time, all vehicle were allowed to drive up to the top where you can enter the cedars' forest.