ANFEH, BATROUN & ORCHID BEACH RESORT

 
 

SUMMER TOURS COMMENCE JULY 2018

  • Operating from July to the end of September

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Walking tour of Anfeh

  • Walking tour of Batroun

  • Orchid Beach Resort

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • English speaking tour leader

  • Transport in an air-conditioned vehicle

  • Hotel pick up & drop off

WHAT'S "NOT" INCLUDED

  • Entrance into Orchid Beach Resort (30USD)

  • Meals, and other personal items

STARTING PRICE

  • $120 USD - 1 person

  • $135 USD - 2 people

  • $145 USD - 3 people

INFO

After pick-up from the hotel, we head north to the small village of Anfeh, which is a seaside town built around ruins dating back to the pre-Phoenician period. Here you will see the picturesque sight of a jumble of tiny white houses, churches and windmills perched along the rocky beaches of the Mediterranean coast. After Anfeh, we will head up to Hamat, which is home to the historic shrine and monastery of Our Lady of Nourieh. You’ll be treated to spectacular views from the top of the mountain. After admiring the view, we will visit Batroun, a city seeped in history. Here you can enjoy wandering through old souks with cobblestoned roads and admire historic churches, and  taste-test the fresh lemonade that Batroun is renowned for. Our last stop is Orchid Beach Resort, where you can enjoy lunch overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and then stretch out beside the pool to relax, unwind and indulge in a cocktail or two.

TIMING
From 8:30 to 5:30pm

ANFEH

Anfeh is a lovely seaside fishing town located 65km north of Beirut. It is built around the ruins of several short-lived cities dating back to the pre-Phoenician period and is known for its ancient churches and caves. Anfeh has stunning landscapes of small white houses sitting along the rocky coastline of the Mediterranean.

BATROUN

Batroun is a coastal city north of Beirut and one of the oldest cities in the world, full of historic churches and other ancient and significant sites. Batroun is famous for its fresh lemonade, made from the produce of the citrus groves that surround the city.