The Jeita Grotto is a system of two separate, but interconnected, karstic limestone caves spanning an overall length of nearly 9 kilometres. In 1958, Lebanese speleologists discovered the upper galleries 60 metres above the lower cave with an access tunnel and a series of walkways. The upper galleries house the world's largest known stalactite. Jeita Grotto was one of top 14 finalists in the New 7 Wonders of Nature competition.
Baalbek, This Phoenician city, where a triad of deities was worshipped, was known as Heliopolis during the Hellenistic period. It retained its religious function during Roman times, when the sanctuary of the Heliopolitan Jupiter attracted thousands of pilgrims. Baalbek, with its colossal structures, is one of the finest examples of Imperial Roman architecture at its apogee.
Chateau Ksara is the country’s oldest winery located in the Beqaa Valley Lebanon. Founded in 1857 by Jesuit priests, they began by farming a 25-hectare plot of land to produce Lebanon’s first dry wine and first non-sweet red wine. In doing so they laid the foundations of Lebanon’s modern wine industry. Today, the wines of Château Ksara have a specific character, described as a "rare balance of dry fruitiness, of delicacy and coarseness, and of freshness and vigour.