The cedar forests of Lebanon enjoy the unique distinction as the oldest documented forests in history.
The Largest Nature Reserve in Lebanon
The Niha Fort Landmark
Adopt a Cedar Tree
Reintroduction Of The Nubian Ibex
A Wide Biodiversity
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.
The reserve hosts 32 species of wild mammals of which 9 are considered to be rare at the international levels.
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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