Presentation on theme: "EMYR PROGRAM 2009 Lebanon June 10 th - 13th A crossroad for ancient civilizations and modern conflicts, Lebanon is a land of diversity and contradictions."— Presentation transcript:
EMYR PROGRAM 2009 Lebanon June 10 th - 13th A crossroad for ancient civilizations and modern conflicts, Lebanon is a land of diversity and contradictions. At your own pace experience this unique melting pot of welcoming landscape,Archeological wonders and vibrant culture.
Dear friends, A warm welcome to the EMYR tour 2009 of Lebanon. We are looking forward to seeing some familiar faces and meeting new ones. We have made a few changes from previous years taking on board your suggestions. I am available for additional comments and suggestions at any time before, during or after the tour. Contact me at or by phone on For tour booking, please buy your tickets upon your arrival to guarantee your places. As for the cancellation policy, 50% refund 24 hours ahead of the trip No refund on the day of the tour Thank you for your understanding I wish you a great time in our country Anita El-Khoury Tour Organizer Tour Organizer
Full day tour to the Bekaa valley, the country’s main agricultural region. Explore the splendid Roman Temples of Baalbeck and Lunch in Anjar. On the way back visit the vineyards of Château Ksara (includes a wine tasting session). Price/pers. $65 incl.lunch Min 100 persons.*Alternative tour to the Cedars $55/person incl. guide and lunch Thursday June 11th BAALBECK- City of the Gods / KSARA- Vineyards* Friday, June 12 JEITA Grotto, BYBLOS and HARISSA* FD. Visit Jeita Grotto with its fabulous crystallised caves and vote for it to be part of the 7 new wonders of the world. Proceed to Byblos, the biblical Phoenician city with its crusader castle, traditional Souks, small chapels. Traditional Lebanese Brunch in the town. Afternoon Visit to Harissa. Breathtaking views of the bay of Jounieh at the feet of the statue of our Lady of Lebanon. Price/pers.$ 75 incl.lunch. Min 100 persons *Alternative tour to Sidon and Tyre- $65/person incl.guide and lunch Wednesday, June 10th DOWNTOWN BEIRUT BY NIGHT Tour the heart of the Lebanese capital Beirut and get a taste of its diverse culture. Stroll down pedestrian streets lined with churches, mosques and restored colonial buildings. Enjoy the city by night by relaxing in a coffee shop or have a drink in one of the numerous pubs. price /pers. $20 incl.city tour and guide. Min 50 persons
Beit Ed-Dine (meaning “the house of faith”) is the name for a village in the Chouf and for the beautiful 19th century palace located there. Built by Emir Bachir Chehab II over a thirty year period, the Beit Ed-Dine Palace is notable as the best example of early 19th century Lebanese architecture. Beit Ed-Dine was also the site of three palaces built by the Emir for his three sons, Qassim, Khalil, and Amin, two of which remain standing todayPrice /pers. $40 with guide, no lunch included. Min 50 persons which remain standing today. Price /pers. $40 with guide, no lunch included. Min 50 persons Saturday,June 13th The Chouf area- Beit Ed- Dine Palace 1/2 Day tour Friday, June 12th Alternative Tour To The Cedars and The Qadisha Valley Full Day Tour tour to one of the most dramatically beautiful spots in the country. Visit and Lunch in the “Cedars”. On the way back, visit to the Qadisha Valley one of the deepest and most beautiful valleys in Lebanonsurrounded by many important sites like Deir Qannoubin built into the rock. Price/Person $55/person includ. Guide and Lunch. Min 50 Persons Full Day Tour tour to one of the most dramatically beautiful spots in the country. Visit and Lunch in the “Cedars”. On the way back, visit to the Qadisha Valley one of the deepest and most beautiful valleys in Lebanon, surrounded by many important sites like Deir Qannoubin built into the rock. Price/Person $55/person includ. Guide and Lunch. Min 50 Persons Thursday, June 11th Alternative Tour To Sidon and Tyre Full Day Tour to the South of Lebanon. Visit to Sidon, on the coast 48 kilometers south of Beirut, one of the Famous names in ancient history. Next stop, Tyre,a major Phoenician seaport from about 2000 BC onwards through the Roman period. Lunch in a restaurant next to the old Port. Price $65/person inc. Guide and Lunch. Min 50 persons