Plan your trip to Jabal Moussa in Lebanon, one of CROSSDEV’s Hidden Mediterranean destinations
Nestled in the heart of Lebanon lies Jabal Moussa, a lesser-known destination waiting to be discovered by nature lovers and adventure seekers. This breathtaking Biosphere Reserve boasts an impressive range of flora and fauna, scenic hiking trails, and cultural landmarks making it a must-visit destination for locals and tourists alike. Travelers looking for a different path to experience the wonders of the Lebanese mountains shall definitely surf CROSSDEV’s brand-new platform: Hidden Mediterranean.
Hidden Mediterranean allows you to discover the hidden gems of the Mediterranean and immerse yourself in local culture and traditions. It allows travelers to discover the history, culture, and cuisine of the Mediterranean in an authentic way; and offers a curated selection of local guides, guesthouses, and local experiences.
Stretching across 6,500 hectares, Jabal Moussa, one of the five destinations targeted by the EU-funded CROSSDEV project, is a true paradise for hikers, with over 30 km of trails catering to all experience levels. As you hike through the reserve, you'll be treated to stunning views of the Valley of Adonis, the Lebanese Mountains, and the surrounding towns. But Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve isn't just a nature reserve - it's also a place of cultural significance. The area has been inhabited for thousands of years, and visitors can explore ancient ruins and learn about the region's history and traditions. The reserve is also home to several traditional Lebanese villages, where visitors can experience local hospitality and taste traditional cuisine.
Jabal Moussa is truly a destination like no other, offering a unique combination of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and sustainable tourism practices. So why wait? Plan your visit today and discover the magic of Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve.
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