The Cedars of God, Bcharre

Must see · Forest · Nature / Park
Admire the rare and majestic Lebanese cedar trees at The Cedars of God. This ancient forest once overflowed with this species of cedar, and its timber was favored by Egyptians, Romans, and Persians, to name a few. Sadly, exploitation has led to mass deforestation and this forest is now rigorously protected as a World Heritage Site. Walk among the imposing trees to admire their beauty, and keep your eyes peeled for some with trunks spanning more than 10 m (32 ft) across. Sitting at an altitude of 2,000 m (6,600 ft) above sea level, the peaceful forest provides a ruggedly beautiful landscape to explore. Add The Cedars of God to your Bcharre travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bcharre trip itinerary planning website.
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  • Very relaxing visit in October. It's a very peaceful experience to walk on the path and see the huge trees. We went on a Sunday and it was quiet though it was pretty busy. There was an outdoor...  more »
  • Gorgeous forest of majestic cedar trees, the symbol of Lebanon. It is a must see if you visit this beautiful country. Magnificient old cedars standing out there for thousands of years. Consider...  more »
  • Amazing place . There is No entrance fees , but you only can pay a donation any amount from you ,which help in taking care of this place .. The place is very spiritual,and you can sit inside the...  more »

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