• The Largest Nature Reserve in Lebanon


  • Shouf Biosphere Reserve

  • Ammiq Wetland


  • Shouf Biosphere Reserve

  • The Niha Fort Landmark


  • Shouf Biosphere Reserve

  • Adopt a Cedar Tree


  • Reintroduction Of The Nubian Ibex

  • Shouf Biosphere Reserve

  • A Wide Biodiversity

  • Shouf Biosphere Reserve

Cedars of Lebanon 

The cedar forests of Lebanon enjoy the unique distinction as the oldest documented forests in history.


The Shouf area is very rich in archaeological and architectural remains that are a witness to the history of these mountains and to the ethnic mix of the inhabitants of Mount Lebanon.

Shouf Biosphere

The largest of Lebanon nature reserves, Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve stretches from Dahr Al-Baidar in the north to Niha Mountain in the south


The Reserve is surrounded with a diverse range of accommodation services. Traditional as well as modern guesthouses & hotels are well equipped to welcome passionate visitors.

Flora and Fauna

The reserve hosts 32 species of wild mammals of which 9 are considered to be rare at the international levels.

Adopt a Cedar tree

The Cedars Forever program was developed to ensure the continuity of the Cedar – a species in danger of extinction. In order to restore Lebanon’s mountains to their original glory, Cedars Forever is setting out to plant trees in Lebanon,


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Sunday, April 21st, 2019 at 7:18pm
Snow in April!
Photos from Ain Zahlta-Bmohray Cedar Forest and Niha Fortress
ثلج نيسان!
صور من غابة أرز عين زحلتا-بمهريه وقلعة نيحا الاثرية

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