To all those who would love to participate in the Lebanon rafting adventure but have no experience, trainers are provided in order minimize the risks and fulfill your desire.
Lebanon rafting is a natural adventure that sometimes can be a dangerous sport since it includes floating along fast moving waters at rapid speeds through torrents, currents, etc.
Although Lebanon rafting is considered thrilling, wild, and an exciting adventure, yet it often produces incredible joy to all nature lovers
Note: All bookings are valid for 45 days.
|Rafting||Touristic trip||3 hours activities include: raft initiation, water trip, river class(I-II)(~6km), transportation.||$25/person|
|Lodge||Bangalow||Capacity: 2-3 Persons/Bangalow||$50/bangalow|
|Tent||Capacity: 2 Persons/tent||$20/tent|
|Traditional Meal||Breakfast||Fresh milk, labneh, foul, eggs, hummus, tea, coffee, mineral water||$10/person|
|Lunch||French fries, (5 Kinds of) labneh meza, fattouch, salad, meat, taouk, salmon, soft drink, water, dessert||$25/person|
|Dinner||Arayess kafta, traditional appetizers, traditional salads, tea,…||$13/person|
|Slimy||Raft "Touristic Trip 3 hours" + Lunch "French fries, 5 Kinds meza, fattouch, salad, meat, taouk, salmon, soft drink, water, dessert"||$50/person|
|Chubby||2 Days 1 Night :Raft "Touristic Trip" ,Tent ,3 Meals, Fire-camp.||$85/person|
|Family||2 Days 1 Night :Raft "Touristic Trip" , Bangalow, 3 Meals, Fire-camp.||$95/person|
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Lebanon - Bekaa - Hermel
Assi River - Beside assi-bridge
ALsader Street - Lebanon Rafting Club
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|The restaurant at Lebanon Rafting introduces the best of the traditional Lebanese cuisine and the well-known trot fish, prepared freshly and directly upon request having the right standards of hygiene and delicious taste.|
|Assi River food is definitely one of the best one can find anywhere in the world. Encompassing a perfect mix of dairy products, meat, fish, fresh vegetables and fruits, food in Assi River is one of the most colorful and well garnished cuisines that one can come across.|
|Because the Lebanon Rafting is far from the city, a simple accommodation has been created in the midst of the nature away from the cement of the city.|
|The camp consists of wooden chambers reflecting natural material where people can spend the night staring at the beautiful sky having a huge circle of fire that makes up the typical camping adventure.|
|We Assure you all the excitment and we garantee you a wonderful time in the heart of the Nature.|
Rafting in Lebanon
If you love adventure and want to do something special for your next vacation, then perhaps a Rafting Trip would be a good idea.
|White Water Rafting or what is simply known as Rafting is a popular outdoor activity which makes use of an inflatable Raft to navigate a body of water with turbulent current, usually a river. Rapids are classified based on the conditions of the water.|
|These classifications indicate how intense and difficult Rafting can be in the particular river.|
Founded since 2000
Ten years ago, the Axis Canoe Kayak Rafting Club FLCK, has founded the canoe school along the river axis which aimed at cleaning the water flow and keeping the consistency of the rapid conformation which made it ideal for learning the kayak techniques, attaining the quality of distinct kayak, and the equipment used with the help of the most qualified tutors.
|Teachers of kayak techniques courses keep daily accurate verification of all the materials that are provided to the students to be used such as paddles, helmets, and life-jackets.|
|Lebanon Rafting offers kayaking courses for beginners and for advanced levels through teaching most importantly the navigational and safety aspects.|
Pyramid of El (Qamouat of Hermel):
On a hill-top surrounded by dessert not far from the Orontes (Assi River), stands a stone tower capped by a pyramid known in as the Pyramid of El. This historic monument dates back to the second century before Christ. It points upward like a finger and stands like some lighthouse.
Standing on a square pedestal of basalt surrounded by three steps, the Needle is composed of two enormous cubes of stone supporting pyramid summit. The total height is 26 meters which is equal to 45 course of stones (one course of rocky stones is equal to 60cm high), while the square base has a width 950cm of each side.
On the eastern face, the best conserved, one sees traces of where a bronze plaque was once placed and there is a relief showing a
boar attacked by two dogs. On the northern face one sees a deer on the ground, while another stands grazing. On the southern side a
gazelle is pursued by a dog surrounded by hunting material. The western face shows a scene full of action, perhaps a bull being attacked
by wolves or some bear cubs.
Saint Maroun Monastery or The Builders' Castle
The Builders Castle is located at the east bank of the Assi River aligned with the Ain El Zarka spring. The Builders Castle is derived from the Roman language due to the Roman builders and architects who took it as a place to stay during their work at the canalization channels of the Kingdom of Palmyra and their building of the Pyramid of El. Studies have shown that both mentioned monuments were built having the material of the same nature in addition to the similarity in the defensive architectural style that Romans built in the Middle Eastern countries which is shown in the angled openings preventing the entry of arrows and darts and allowing the persons inside to be in control of such situations. During the Roman era, they were well known for avoiding the use of tents, thus encouraging the method of building masonry such as this castle which dates to 200 B.C.
Later on, in 425, this castle was transformed into a monastery where King Mourguian rewarded Saint Maroun's monks for resisting the Jacobi's where they expanded the building into several cells becoming a convent for prayer and worship. Simultaneously, the monks have dug within the convent in order to reach the Assi River seeking the access to water avoiding the departure from the monastery due to the prosecution of the monks at that time.
At this sacred location, 350 monks were martyred due to their refusal to the subordination of the Jacobi Patriarch Sawiros.
In 517 A.D. 350 monks, followers of Saint Maroun, were assassinated during their passage from the monk's cave to St. Simon's church in
Mount Barakat Northwest Halab. It is noted that on the 31st of July both churches – the eastern and the western – celebrate the annual
memorandum of 350 martyr monks killed for the cause of faith.
The Canalizations of Zenobia
Within the core of the Hermel land lays the secret of the splendid engineering of the canalizations ordered by Zenobia Queen of Palmyra through creating a system to drag the pure and fresh Orontes water to Palmyra without revealing its function to the enemies. The first channel was extended from the current Orontes Bridge, and the second was extended from the spring of Al Labwa where both channels were connected into a single channel inside the Syrian Territory in a way that if one of the channels was destroyed the second will keep of feeding the water to Palmyra. The digging of these channels dates back to 200 B.C. during the rule of Alexander the Great in the Hellenistic era (323 BC TILL 31 BC).
The length of these channels are 90 km each, which are in the form of wells dug in the rocks where these Wells are connected to each other in a very large channel at a depth of 35 meters and a length of 2 meters.
In a word, the objectives from building such a project were plenty. In the first place, the natural passage of river within the Syrian territory was easier than dragging it from the Hermel region, in the addition to the fact that the river level was greater and stronger where floods of dust coming from the valley turned the water to become undrinkable. Secondly, the area was filled and inhabited with animals and mostly reindeers seeking water from the river which also lead to the impurity of the water. Thirdly, Palmyra feared water intoxication. The surface level of Hermel was higher than that of Palmyra which strengthened the flow of water.
As to the tools and means that were used in digging those channels were believed to be some fluids that caused crumbling rocks,
whereas the tools that were to measure the channels are still unknown.
The Byzantine Churches
At the Eastern side from the entrance of the town Brissa, lays the ruin of grand Byzantine Church having an area of 200 square meters and
consisting of a multiple of chambers and entrances leading to a semi-circular altar. Whereas at the western side of the town two Byzantine
ruins are found, one of them is having an area of 32 square meters consisting of two chambers, where the first has a semi-circular shape and
the second a rectangular shape.
The Ruins of Nebuchadnezzar
The Ruins that were found at the Hermel Mountains left of Nebuchadnezzar II are two rocks located at the road sideways. The one located at the western sideway is inscribed with the engravings representing the Cuneiform writing with patterns of two people referring to these inscriptions.
Some historians state that the translation of the cuneiform writing describe Nebuchadnezzar's objectives of the campaign ordering his troops to make a way to the coast reaching Jerusalem passing through Nahr el Kalb were he left inscriptions there also. As to the Eastern Rock, the inscriptions found indicate the illustration of a person wearing a military helmet looking at a leafless tree. This rock was carved upon his return from the campaign to Barissa in honor of the military men who were killed in battlefield.
Having this same road the Maronites took refuge from the oppression of the Jacobi's reaching Keserwan and Bechare regions.