nature reserve

Barouk Cedars Reserve

The largest of Lebanon nature reserves, Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve stretches from Dahr Al-Baidar in the north to Niha Mountain in the south. blanketed with oak forests on its northeastern slopes and juniper and oak forests on its southeastern slop... Read More...

Ouyoun el Samak

The name is in the plural, Aïn being the singular form. The reason for this plural is easy to understand: the site is a corner of Paradise, with springs throwing up living water on all sides. In the verdure one finds every shade of green that an art... Read More...

Palm Islands, Tripoli

Covering 5 sq Km and located on the northwest of Tripoli, Sanani, Ramkine and Palm Island together with their surrounding sea make up the Palm Islands Nature Reserve. They are Lebanon’s only true Islands. Several designations have been given to Pa... Read More...

Ammiq Wetland

The Ammiq Wetland (100 hectares) is the last significant wetland in Lebanon,a remnant of extensive marshes and lakes that once covered parts of the Beqaa Valley. This natural spot remains an important staging and wintering area for migratory water bi... Read More...

Cedars of Jaj, Jaj

Nestled in the high mountain of Jaj,at an altitude of 1,500 meters (4,800 feet), this cluster of cedars is one of the most ancient natural reserves left of the forest that once covered the whole region and which the kings of Byblos exploited during ... Read More...