The day will be devoted, to the famous Cedars resort (1840 meters altitude), in the heart of the Lebanese mountain, where remains the famous thorny, several thousand year old symbol of Lebanon. We will visit the Gibran Museum dedicated to the Lebanese artist Gibran Khalil (1883-1931), writer and philosopher. The museum is housed in a former convent hanging under the cliff overlooking the village of Bécharré. Lunch during the visit.
If the cedar is the symbol of Lebanon, the Qadisha Valley, “Holy Valley” is the soul. This deep valley with powerful landscapes, and dozens of caves, is the historic refuge of the Maronite community. We will visit, in particular, the convent of Saint-Antoine de Qozhaïya. Then we will join Becharré, where you can still breathe the air of the Lebanon of old.
Meeting / Conference.
Dinner and overnight at Becharré.