With just an area of 10,452 square kilometers (4,036 sq mi), Lebanon is a country that you must visit. Lebanon is actually the oldest country name in the world, remaining unchanged for over 4,000 years. Recently, National Geographic declared it as one of the world’s oldest countries.
When you think of the middle east, you usually tend to imagine a desert. However, Lebanon is the only Arabian/Asian country that does not have a desert but actually has a huge seacoast from North to south, 16 rivers, 13 nature reserves, 28 protected forests, 17 natural sites, and even some islands. Lebanon is charming and would only take 1 week or even less to discover its beautiful places and popular locations!
I will present a guide to a 1-week road trip in Lebanon.
- Day 1: Beirut
- Day 2: Jounieh / Jeita / Byblos
- Day 3: Batroun / Chekka
- Day 4: Anfeh / Tripoli
- Day 5: Bcharré and the Qadisha Valley
- Day 6: Baalbek / Aanjar
- Day 7: Marjaayoun / Saida / Tyre
*This article was originally written for A World To Travel (www.aworldtotravel.com)
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