La belle vie
Domaine Al Rachid welcomes you between 4th of July until 23rd of September 2011.
Prices starting 20$ to $30 $ including a simple accommodation, dinner and breakfast, and local entertainment .Installing your tent is for free ,dinner 10$ ,for couch surfer CS staying is for free inside the house ..
Special Offers applicable to groups, contact us to study your arrangement. face book page http://www.facebook.com/pages/BedBreakfastBeqaa-valleyLebanon/160894700635813
what are your fees please?
3 open days 22 july till 24 july Domaine Al Rachid welcomes you between 4th of July until 23rd of September 2011..Installing your tent is for free ,dinner 10$ ,for couch surfer CS staying is for free inside the house ..Special Offers applicable to groups, contact us to study your booking …..
Awesome place !!
Randa Gerard :http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=809914105 Vous voulez passer deux jours hors des sentiers battus et vivre “à la libanaise” ? Domaine Al Rachid mérite le détour. Peter l’hôte personnage attachant et jovial vous racontera l’histoire du domaine, de son grand-père et de son village autour d’un bon méchoui et des mezzés sur le son du Oud et du Nay. J’y ai déjà passé deux week ends et je ne manquerai pas le prochain séjour !
FACE BOOK PAGE yalla be a friend with the nature http://www.facebook.com/pages/edit/?id=160894700635813&sk=admin
I came upon your thread on Couchsurfing, and i would love to visit with my friends for the 2 days invitation, do we have to book or reserve before hand? please send me an email with should we do in order to go there, and maybe some directions…
we are starting an open day on the 15th of July any WE after you are welcome till 15th of September yes you have to book before and tell us your exact day ..
I am interssing of coming to your place. Could you please tell me the conditions ?
we are starting an open day on the 15th of July any WE after you are welcome till 15th of September yes you have to book before and tell us your exact day .. face book page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bed-BreakfastBeqaa-valleyLebanon/160894700635813
10 Most Popular attractions
1- The ancient Roman ruins of Baalbek, an ancient city named for the Canaanite god Baal. The Romans renamed Baalbek “Heliopolis” and built an impressive temple complex, including temples to Bacchus, Jupiter, Venus, and the Sun. Today, the ruins are the site of the Baalbeck International Festival, which attracts artists and performance groups from around the world.
2- The Umayyad ruins of Anjar.
3- Our Lady of Bekaa, a shrine located in Zahle, with panoramic views of the valley.
4- The famous Wadi Arayesh area of Zahle, consisting of beautiful open air restaurants, cafes and arcades located on the river side of the Berdaouni river, a stream linking to the Litani.
5- The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Bechouat.
6- The Aammiq Wetland habitat for a myriad of migrating and resident birds and butterflies.
7- The Pyramid tower of Hermel at the northern end of the valley.
8- Catch a raft in Hermel through the Assi River.
9- You can also catch a canoe in Litani river.
10- Don’t miss visiting the wineries in Kefraya and Ksara.
A typical tour would be: Beirut, Ksara, Baalbeck, Domaine Al Rachid stay.
Day 2: Continue to the Cedars via Deir El Ahmar, Down to Qadisha (or the coast) and back to Beirut.
You can stay 2 nights also; In this case visits to the neighboring sites can be done: the Orontes, Qamou3 El Hermel, with Truites lunch at the Orontes, or even some off-roading up the mountains.
Hello Mr. Peter,
I’d like to thank you for your help, well im going to lebanon me and 2 other friends in june i dont know when the exact day right now because of work but i’ll let you know when exactly asap
any time just send me an e mail on my email@example.com before 15 days of your arrival and we will set it for you ahala w sahla
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