Spend a Sunday at the magnificent courtyard of Deir al Oumara, it housed poets and advisors of Emirs throughout the 1800s before being turned into a boarding school. Have lunch while you soak up the history!
5. Retreat to nature for a few hours at Domaine de Taanayel
Stroll through the magical nature reserve, skip rocks on the lake, and breathe some fresh air at this magical spot. Follow it up with a rustic Lebanese breakfast at the many stops in the town like the 1860s Taanayel Covent.
6. Jump around and channel your inner ninja at Flyp
Cuddle up on their big couches while you munch on comfort food, or make yourself comfortable on their rugs with a book in hand!
16. Explore the abandoned train station in Tripoli
17. Turn your road trip dreams into a reality with this fully furnished Volkswagen Van
All you have to do is choose a date and a location and Boudi Ayoub, the owner, will save you the hassle of driving and being aggravated by traffic. You can opt for a surprise dinner at a romantic location, a road trip with friends, a tent-camping experience, or a movie night.
18. Book a spectacular getaway at the infamous domes in Odom
19. Get the perfect photo op and some serenity at Deir el Nouriyye
20. Volunteer with the GEMs for a fun and environment-friendly weekend
The Green Environment Movement started in July 2018 and has been responsible for cleaning up beaches and different areas in Lebanon ever since. You can find the details of their next cleaning spree on Facebook and Twitter.
Happening every Tuesday and Thursday at 5 PM, meeting point Beirut Souks.
45. Discover an authentically Lebanese vineyard in the Bekaa
A picturesque vineyard nestled in Lebanon’s glorious Bekaa valley, Le Clos St. Thomas is a must-visit immersive wine-tasting experience. Enjoy a tour of the beautiful wine cellars at the stunning Château where they produce award-winning Pinot bottles, and meet the family behind the brand that you know and love so well.
46. Get to know the city through the stories of its people at a Beirut storytelling night
Every month or so, a literature-loving group of writers in Beirut called Cliffhangers host themed storytelling nights at different cafes and bars around the city. It’s a great way to get some insight into the real experiences of people living in the country, and to get to know people in an interactive and fun-filled social setting.