Anjar, Baalbek, Mosque, Pigeon Rocks
- Umayyad City Ruins (Anjar)
- Stone of the Pregnant Woman
- Baalbek Roman Ruins
- Mohammad Al Amin Mosque
- Pigeon Rocks (Raouche Rocks)
About The Trip:
You will begin the day with a visit to Anjar (Umayyad City Ruins) - this site was once a stronghold built in the 8th century known as Gerrha, and its ruins are also well-preserved.
Then Roman Quarry and Baalbek , one of most famous cities in Lebanon, known for its age-old history, fascinating traditions, sunny weather, and the great heritage it left behind. It also it home to one of the most noble and well-preserved triad of Roman temples ever built, dedicated to and named after Jupiter, Bacchus, and Venus.
Then a visit to the Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque', also referred to as the Blue Mosque, is a Sunni Muslim mosque located in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. In the 19th century, a zawiya (prayer corner) was built on this site. Decades of preparation to obtain sufficient land adjacent to the old Zawiya led finally to the building of the new mosque. It was inaugurated in 2008.
You will end your day at the the southern part of the Corniche, the Raouche. Raouche is mostly famous for its Pigeon Rocks, a 60-meter high offshore rock couple, which was formed in the prehistoric era by a geologic movement. This is a very romantic spot, especially during sunset.
Cost Per Person $50
- Private Vehicle
- Pick up & Drop off
- Entrance Fee
- Lunch Fee
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