Jeita Grotto

Jeita Grotto


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Some 20 km northeast of Beirut the Jeita Grotto is a collection of caves and caverns that are a main attraction for Lebanese on their day off. There are caves that can be entered on foot, and others that can be visited with little boats. There is a restaurant at the bottom of the area, from where a cable car takes you up to the caves.

The caves are huge, and they are an amazing natural collection of stalagmites and stalactites. It is not allowed to take any photographs inside the caves, but outside, postcards, videos and dia pictures of the caves are sold along with the usual tourist-artifacts. There is a fee to enter the area and especially during weekends and holidays it is absolutely packed with locals.


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