Full day trip
Hammana/ Mount Lebanon
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8:30 am Departure from Beirut straight to Hammana where we will first have breakfast at “El Barmaky” bakery in the center of the village. We will then meet with Miguel a local guide that will lead us through el Warde el Bayda trek overlooking Hammana and all the Greater Metn region. We will hike for approximately 3h on a moderate level land with small elevation changes. You will get to witness breathtaking sceneries, including the Lamartine hill and the first Lebanese Flag podium in Lebanese history.
We will proceed to Rachida’s family house for a traditional Lebanese lunch. Rachida will host us on her charming terrace and will be preparing generous home cooked meals. We will head back to the center of Hammana after lunch for a stroll in the village to visit the old theater and cinema house dating back to the 1950’s, and the ottoman style house where the famous French writer and poet Alphonse de Lamartine was hosted back in the 19th century. After the historical village walk we will head back to our departure point.
General excursion difficulty type: Moderate
9 km hike – You should be pretty fit and comfortable with hiking rugged trails including elevation changes.
- Full day tour with ASSISTANCE of professionals
- Bus TRANSPORTATION
- Man’ouche BREAKFAST(zaatar or jebne +1 drink)
- Local guide for HIKING & VILLAGE TOUR
- Traditional HOMECOOKED LUNCH at Rachida’s (menu: Tabboule, hommos, mouttabbal, Fasoulia blahme, Rez’a Djej, cherry cake)
Essentials to provide:
A BIG smile and POSITIVE attitude!
- Hiking shoes or Comfortable walking shoes
- ID or passport/insurance card
- Sun protection: sun screen, sunglasses, hat
- A trekking pole if available
Meeting Point and Time:
Down Town Parking facing Virgin Megastore at 8 AM sharp. Please be Punctual!
For more info and/or reservation:
You can Call, SMS or WhatsApp: Pia +961 3 126 977 or Rafaa 03 332 836
You are also welcome to visit the Discovery Beyond Borders head office in Adonis – Zouk Mosbeh.