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FALOUGHA Sunset Hike & Bonfire on Sat, July 02, 2022 with DALE CORAZON – LEBANON EXPLORERS
July 2 @ 3:30 pm - 9:30 pm
FALOUGHA SUNSET HIKE with Dale Corazon – Lebanon Explorers
Falougha is known for its green hills, numerous water ponds, and the two rivers that intersect it.
We invite you to a relaxing sunset hike at Falougha lakes this Saturday 02th of July.
We are going to a new territory, to a higher site… It’s wonderful.
SUNSET HIKE LOCATION : Jabal El- Kneiseh / Falougha / Baabda District
=================== more than 1650 meters above sea level,
48 km from Beirut.
WHEN : Saturday, July 02, 2022
ENCOUNTER PLACE : Mar Maroun Church Parking, Dora @ 3:30 PM
Driving directions to Mar Maroun https://dalecorazon.com/contact/
Or Martyrs Square at Al-Nahar Bldg., Beirut Downtown @ 3:45 PM
290,000 LL/person for the sunset event including transport, professional guides, 5 minutes of warming up, stretching, and pictures.
Children 18 years old and younger will have a discount of 10%. (270,000 LL per person)
Groups of 5 and plus get a discount of 10%/person (270,000 LL per person)
Optional transportation by your own vehicle. 199,000 LL/person
Cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged in full amount.
DESCRIPTION OF THE EVENT:
Definitely, a sunset hike in Falougha is an option to spend summer evenings. The origin of the name Falougha is Syriac and means “divide” symbolizing the two winter rivers that divide the village.
The 19th-century French poet, novelist, and statesman Alphonse De Lamartine visited Lebanon and spent some time in Hammana. He described the town and its surrounding valley as “one of the most beautiful prospects ever presented to the human eye to scan in the works of God“.
The hike will take place between the amazing lakes. We will have many reasons to keep our cameras handy, there will be scenes to cherish forever.
|HIKING LEVEL. 1 to 3 for easy, 4 to 6 for intermediate, 7 to 9 for strenuous
Level 4 (7.5 KM – 3.0 Hours approx.) is an easy and pleasing trail.
Our trail will start from the pine forest of Falougha, passes between the very known water ponds, and descend to the top of a hill to see a panoramic view. We continue our hike passing by Sohat spring water bottling plant to visit the first Lebanese Flag That was raised in 1943. We will hike through a Cedar Forest leading to the most picturesque spot at Lamartine Rock where the famous French poet, Lamartine, used to sit, and get inspired. There we will enjoy the fresh air and watch the beautiful summer sunset. The stunning mountainous landscape, with extremely vertical slopes, is impressive. The scenery is just great.
After finishing the trail, we will gather near a bonfire at Falougha village and we will have the opportunity to take a boiling tea and test roasted potatoes cooked by local villagers.
This sunset hike is not to be missed. It will imprint unforgettable memories of a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions:
Distancing from each other is a must.
Cover your nose and mouth with your face masks. To keep it on, while we are on the bus.
Clean your hands often by using hand gel or other.
Don’t let any adventure go by untried. Live your life to the fullest!
WHAT TO TAKE:
Healthy snacks that will boost up your energy such as dried fruit, flashlight, water, MEDICAL FACE MASKS, HAND GEL, a cap, and sunglasses. Wear comfortable walking shoes (A professional brand is recommended) and don’t forget to get a light jacket. DC members get a 20% discount on sports equipment in Sports 4 Ever branches.
FOR RESERVATION AND INFO:
Please Call 00961-70-986118 / 00961-70-997062 and by sending SMS, or WhatsApp mentions your name, surname, and the event you wish to join us on.
Thank you for not smoking during the trip and following all the ecotourism rules including safety regulations (hikers are advised to join our trips to their own responsibility). And occasionally, due to reasons beyond our control, slight modifications to the event may occur.
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