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This is one of the hidden gems in Mount Lebanon. If you visit the Chouf Cedar Reserve you can easily combine the visit to Niha on the same trip. The site is part of the Chouf reserve. There is no fee to visit the site....More
The Fort at Niha is where Fakhruddin, a Lebanese national hero, holed up for two years while fighting against the Ottomans. The fort occupies a strategic mountain pass that connects Saida (Sidon) with the Beqaa. The fort was built into a cliffside, and contains massive...More
Our trip was not planned, we just spotted the signs by the road and followed. The last 500 metres take you to an unpaved road, but if you adventurous enough, you can do it.
Niha Fortress is actually one of the access points of Chouf...More