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Extraordinary Lebanon Tours & Holiday Packages

Exoticca’s Lebanon tours allow you to discover Roman ruins, limestone caves, stunning beaches, and ancient castles. You also get to visit memorable mosques and churches, magnificent resorts, and historic museums.

Take advantage of your visit to learn more about ancient civilizations. Savor the best Lebanese culinary delights and experience the country’s exceptional nightlife.

Our holiday packages to Lebanon include most flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and some meals. We’re here to help you travel through this amazing country without any hassles.

Trips to Lebanon from the UK


A Lebanon tour takes you to a small Middle Eastern nation found on the shoreline of the Mediterranean Sea. Sharing borders with Israel and Syria, Lebanon boasts a mostly Arabic culture. This nation has around 6.1 million people and boasts a host of different attractions.

Book our Lebanon tour packages from the UK. Flights depart from airports in London, Belfast, Manchester, Dublin, Birmingham, and other major cities.

Top points of interest in Lebanon

There are many fascinating points of interest to visit during your tour to Lebanon. Discover some of the most intriguing attractions in this Mediterranean jewel below.


Beirut is an exciting fusion of ancient Middle Eastern culture and modern amenities. The capital city features an array of attractions that draw the attention of millions of tourists yearly.

Explore the National Museum, an ageless site filled with thousands of medieval relics. Start by checking out various Phoenician sarcophagi. View beautifully decorated stone coffins with several inscriptions.

See vibrant paintings showcasing the artistic creativity of the Ottoman Era. Appreciate many eye-catching artifacts depicting Lebanese culture and history.

Discover the picturesque Pigeon’s Rock and travel down the famous Raouche Corniche. Many Lebanon vacation packages include a visit to the 150-year-old American University of Beirut. The Blue Masjid and the Chouf Mountains are other wonderful places to check out.

Don’t leave Beirut without immersing yourself in its exciting nightlife, delicious cuisine, and abundant stores.


Located in Beqaa Valley, Baalbek is a city of history and Roman rubble. As you enter, watch out for the sacred golden-domed mosque. This structure was built in honor of Prophet Muhammad’s great-granddaughter.

Visit the famed Bacchus, an ancient temple dedicated to the Roman god of wine. The site’s courtyard hosts the annual Baalbek International Festival. Marvel at the magnificent structures of the Temple of Venus and the Temple of Jupiter. See more relics at the neighboring museum.

Go to the Stone of the South, the largest stone ever documented on the planet. Revel in the sight of the gigantic structure as you wonder how ancient people moved it to its current site.


One of the world’s oldest inhabited cities, Tyr is an exceptional place to visit on your Lebanon tour. Check out the hippodrome in this UNESCO World Heritage Site to see archeological remains.

Take a walk through Tyr Port as you watch various activities happening around the nearby sea. Bask in the sun around the sandy shore or on Tyr Public Beach. Wander this old Phoenician city and uncover its historical significance.


Fondly called Jbeil, Byblos is a monumental town close to Beirut. Visit Byblos Fossil Museum and Byblos Wax Museum to find beautifully made antiques in this old city.

Explore different Phoenician sacred sites, such as the Temple of Baalat Gebal, the Great Temple, and the Temple of the Obelisks. Go to the Byblos Castle and the Roman Theatre to find more archeological remains in the city.

After spending your day exploring Byblos, retire to one of the city’s sandy beaches. Visit an outdoor cafe or a posh restaurant to enjoy delicious Lebanese meals.

Book your Lebanon tours with Exoticca


Are you ready for unparalleled Lebanon tours? Let Exoticca take you on a journey through this remarkable tourist destination.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers

Our all-inclusive Lebanon tour packages cover most flights, hotels, tours, and transfers. Some itineraries also include meals. Forget about having sleepless nights when picking accommodation and booking activities. Enjoy a hassle-free experience with Exoticca.

Lebanon partially or fully guided tours

Exoticca provides all the support you need to optimize your visit to this exceptional Middle Eastern jewel. We offer partially and fully guided trips for groups and private travelers. You can select between independent, guided, semi-escorted, and escorted tours to Lebanon.

Crafted by our own travel experts

Exoticca’s seasoned travel curators have organized more than 300 holiday packages to dozens of destinations across the world. Our team of experts meticulously plan each tour to make your holiday extraordinary.

We collaborate with local guides and businesses in each region. Our partners carry out our tours on the ground and ensure your satisfaction. Their experience and expertise make your Lebanon tours stress-free and safe.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many days are enough to spend in Lebanon?


Since Lebanon is a small country, eight days are typically enough to explore it. Plan your itinerary before embarking on the journey to ensure you see the top points of interest.

Is it easy to travel to Lebanon?


Traveling to Lebanon is easy for most tourists. UK travelers can get a short-term visa to visit this country at the point of entry.

Why is Lebanon a good place to visit?


Lebanon has friendly people and mind-blowing attractions. It’s famous for limestone caves, Roman ruins, religious sites, delicious dishes, and sandy beaches.

What month is best to visit Lebanon?


All months are great for a Lebanon tour, as each period offers a unique experience. Spring occurs during March to May, and fall lasts from October to November. June to September is hot and dry, while December to March is rainy and chilly.

Is Lebanon an expensive country?


Lebanon ranks as one of the pricier countries in the Middle East. When compared to Western nations such as the US, the UK, and Canada, Lebanon is an affordable place to live or visit.

Lebanon Travel advice

Lebanon tourist attractions

More information about Lebanon

This small west Asian country packs a punch when it comes to cultural value. Sat on the Mediterranean between Israel and Syria, Lebanon’s situation between Europe and the Middle East has ensured a rich history and a country filled with relics of ancient civilisations and empires. Considering its size, Lebanese culture is well-known throughout the world, especially its mouth-watering cuisine. The country is scattered with ancient ruins, ranging from Roman baths to ancient Phoenician fortifications and classical temples, making a holiday to Lebanon a must-do for history lovers.

Lebanon is also known for it’s ‘east meets west’ culture, where the influences of Islam and Christianity have mixed to produce a unique national culture. Notoriously vibrant Beirut is the capital city and as cosmopolitan as any European city, with a stretching coastline on the Mediterranean, attracting sunseekers who desire a beach-break alongside a dose of culture.

Byblos stands out as another of the country’s major cities as it’s widely believed to be one of the longest inhabited cities in the world; it’s almost impossible not to fall in love with its pretty harbour and narrow lanes of its old souk. A trip to Lebanon is a captivating invitation to examine the rise and fall of great civilisations and to absorb the atmosphere of the place where cultures meet.


History of Lebanon

Phoenicians, Egyptians, Greeks, Persians, Romans and Ottomans have all left their own unique mark on the country, making a tour of Lebanon one of the most fascinating journeys through history you could ever make. The much-romanticized civilisation of the Phoenicians, famed for their purple cloth, maritime power and alphabet originated in Lebanon and were active from 1550 to 530 BC before the mighty Roman Empire took control, whose prevalence in the region can be seen today in ruins ranging from Roman baths to temples. The world’s most well-preserved Roman temple, the Temple of Bacchus can be found in Baalbek in Lebanon.

The country was a leading centre of Christianity during the years of the Holy Roman Empire, although other religious traditions such as Maronite and Druze can trace their heritage to Lebanon during this time too. From the 1500s to 1918, the Ottoman Empire ruled the territory of modern-day Lebanon, followed by the French after World War II.

Lebanon did not gain independence until 1943, and in the following years, the country earned a reputation as the ‘Pearl of the Middle East’ and was considered a peaceful, diverse and prosperous country. Despite civil war and religious-based conflict in the second half of the 20th century, Lebanon has become an increasingly popular travel destination in recent years, owing to its abundant, well-preserved ruins and ancient cities.


Nature in Lebanon 

Alongside a multitude of impressive historic and cultural sights, Lebanon has no shortage of natural wonders. The Jeita Grotto cave system is among one of the most magical in the world with an underground river and some of the largest stalactites on earth. With a length of almost 9 kilometres, this cave system is a must-see on a tour of Lebanon.

In the capital city, amongst the glamour and fast-paced city life, Pigeon Rock is one of the country’s best known natural attractions and is composed of gigantic rock formations, off the coast, which form natural archways in the sea. Lebanon is well-known for its cedar trees and lovers of the great outdoors will revel in the opportunity to walk through the thick cedar forests of Mount Lebanon. After all, it was this material which helped to build some of the most powerful civilisations in history.

Also in the mountains of Lebanon, the Baatara Gorge Waterfall charms visitors with its unique cascades which fall through the middle of the gorge and down into a sinkhole. Just one hour from the capital, winter sports enthusiasts will love visiting Mzaar Kfardebian whilst on a tour of Lebanon. This popular ski resort is suitable for all levels and is the largest in the Middle East.


Culture in Lebanon

On a tour of Lebanon, you can expect to enjoy a fusion of both Islamic and Christian traditions, with the majority of the population following either one of these religions. In fact, Lebanon is thought to be the most religiously diverse country in the Middle East where festivities and traditions of all different religions are celebrated nationally. The capital of Beirut is known for its open-mindedness, although there are more conservative parts of the country.

Nevertheless, the Lebanese are famed for their friendliness and hospitality which can only help to enhance a trip to Lebanon. Arabic and French are the two most widely spoken languages and the country is perhaps best known for its delicious cuisine, which shares influences of both the Mediterranean and Arabic culinary traditions.

There are very few places on earth where you can experience the result of centuries worth of rule from some of the most advanced and enigmatic civilisation in history, hence Lebanon is sometimes referred to as the ‘Paris of the East’ for its diversity and incredible cultural value. 

Take a tour of Lebanon and immerse yourself in the history of a country which has both held on to its past and embraced modernity. Where ‘East meets West’ and where the past and future coexist side-by-side.

  • Entry requirements

    Minimum of 6 months validity on British passports

  • Visa

    British citizens are able to obtain a free single entry visa upon arrival

  • Time zone

    UTC + 3

  • Currency

    Lebanese Pound

  • Language


  • Tourist Office website

  • Electricity

    220 V Type G & C

  • Other useful information

    All passports stamped with an Israel visa or any kind of ISRAEL stamp will NOT BE ABLE TO ENTER the country. (Official law)

  • Health

    Check with your doctor for advice about required vaccines. Diphtheria vaccine is usually advised.

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