Visit the Jeita Grotto
Discovered in 1836 by Reverend William Thomson, the Jeita Grotto takes its name from its location, a town located just outside Beirut. Damaged during the Lebanese Civil War in 1978, it re-opened in 1995. What makes the Jeita Grotto so special is its natural rock formations, untouched by people except to facilitate transportation through the cave. Divided into two sections, you can walk and take a boat ride through this beautiful site.
Opening Times: Tuesday—Sunday, 9 A.M.–5 P.M.
Jeita Grotto, Jeita, Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon, +961 9 220 841