Come and experience the pleasant moments of hiking at the coast, while watching the beautiful summer sunset.
This hike is a unique one, blending together the beauty of nature and historical ruins.
We will start our hike from Horshieh, where a very cozy path among olive trees will lead us to a small church called Saidet el Khrayeb. We will then continue among the olive trees until we start seeing the sea. The track will then lead to Anfeh, an old village rich in ruins and caves.
There, you will visit a very old Byzantine church among other historical monuments. The Citadel of Anfeh will be an important stopover in our program.
The citadel is considered a Crusader remain, but it was an important place for many other civilizations. Many historical things like old graves, mosaic pieces, olive presses, and salt pans can be found in and around it. The citadel is characterized by its rock-cut trench (Al-Khandaq).
The hike will end in a natural cave, well equipped, and furnished in a very special way. There, we will eat some manakish and drink hot tea prepared by a local woman from the neighborhood.
Note: This hike will be one level, an easy one. It will mostly on the tiny streets of Anfeh.
In the north, district of Al Koura
65 km from Beirut
WHEN: Saturday, Nov 19
MEETING PLACE: 1: 30 PM in the parking of Sagesse School in Jdeideh, facing the public garden.
PRICE: 65,000 LL per person including transport, guides, insurance & dinner. (Please get the exact change to facilitate and speed up the registration process).
WHAT TO GET: Get some light snacks that will boost up your energy such as dried fruits. Get some water to drink. VT members get a 25% discount on sports equipment and apparel found in all branches of Maison du Ski.
RESERVATION: For reservation call 03-91 71 90 or 79-115001. It is preferable to send an SMS from your mobile, giving your name, surname, and the event you wish to join in.
NB: Sometimes, due to reasons beyond our control, slight modifications to the program may occur. Ecotourism rules must be followed, otherwise personal accidents will not be accounted for by the insurance.