The people of Lebanon have had to adjust to the political unrest. Lebanon is without a doubt the Middle East’s party capital. There are several different nightlife districts in Beirut, such as the Gemmayze district, which is mainly full of bars and restaurants, or Monot Street, which has nightclubs and pubs. Open-air nightclubs such as Sky Bar, White, and Iris are also popular in Lebanon. Greater Beirut is a city that never sleeps, since the vast majority of its businesses are open 24 hours a day.
Lebanese nightclubs are varied, with both “oriental” and “occidental” styles, as well as a combination of both, can be found.
Sporting Club, Oceana, Laguava or Edde Sands, and Janna Sur Mer are just a few of the beautiful beaches and beach resorts in Lebanon. These locations, on the other hand, are not inexpensive and may be rather pricey, particularly for the budget traveler.
The Lebanon Mountain Route (LMT) is a 350-kilometer long national hiking trail that runs from Al Qobaiyat in the north to Marjaayoun in the south of Lebanon. The trail is not well defined, and you need hire a guide if you don’t want to get lost. The guides may be pricey, but it’s worth bargaining with them. If you want to go alone, the countryside is densely inhabited, and you will never be far from other people. This is by far the greatest way to observe Lebanon in its natural state!
Lebanon offers six ski resorts with groomed slopes that appeal to all abilities of skiers and snowboarders. Kilometers of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing paths await exploration outside the skiable areas; Lebanon offers something for everyone. Each ski resort has its own distinct personality.
Lebanon is one of the world’s oldest wine-producing countries, with a thriving sector that produces award-winning wines for export worldwide, mostly to the United Kingdom, Europe, and the United States. Wine tasting is a must-do activity on every trip to Lebanon.