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Kfarhim Grotto

On the road of Beit Edrine, Beiteddine, Lebanon
+961 5 720 500
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Nice

Nicer than I expected from the outside. We visited the jeita grotto the day before so we wouldn't... read more

Reviewed 21 October 2017
Angelique d
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A captivating Grotto

I must say that this place is really beautiful. The care taker is really nice. The cave is cold... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
Ferdinand P
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Carmona, Philippines
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Kfarhim Grotto is located in the middle of (El Chouf) district in Mount Lebanon. Up to 600 meters height, 11 Km far from Damour.The Grotto formation age exceeds 4 million years.
  • Excellent29%
  • Very good27%
  • Average13%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible22%
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On the road of Beit Edrine, Beiteddine, Lebanon
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Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

Nicer than I expected from the outside. We visited the jeita grotto the day before so we wouldn't enter in the beginning. But were happy that we changed our mind. The owner found the grotto by accident when he wanted to build a house for...More

Thank Angelique d
Reviewed 19 April 2017

I must say that this place is really beautiful. The care taker is really nice. The cave is cold inside. There are so many interesting stalactites and stalagmites. It is smaller than Jeita Grotto. But this place is worth a visit.

Thank Ferdinand P
Reviewed 15 January 2017

I'll be honest--I wasn't impressed with the Grotto (probably because I've seen much larger ones in the U.S.), but if you've never seen underground caverns, it's a nice stop especially for kids. The entrance is a door under the Grotto sign right on the road....More

Thank eldosokyjl
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

We went to Shouf to visit "Beit el Din" and "deir el amar" and came across this hidden gem on the way. Similar to Jeita grotto but much smaller, however it's a nice natural grotto to visit and see the formations in rocks made by...More

1  Thank Lea B
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

Its a must tourist attraction to visit the kfarhim grotto. i have been twice so far. Its really worth going

1  Thank Andry S
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

kfarhim grotto in my opinion is on its way to become one of the most treasured spots in the middle east and its considered one of the most tourists attraction in lebanon kfarhim grotto its age exceeds 4 million years rich in stalactities and stalagmities...More

Thank Wael K
Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

We have visited this "grotto" as was suggested by our driver: I bet "grotto" owners rely on local guides bringing tourists to them in exchange for some kickback. This is not grotto: entire exposition is one lengthy underground man-made plastered cave... Majority of stalactites and...More

5  Thank Serhiy_Kalinovsky
Reviewed 14 August 2015

A big group of friends were traveling around Lebanon and our van drivers decided to stop at Kfarhim Grotto so that we could take a look. We were disappointed that we hadn't seen Jeita Grotto yet, so we thought this was better than nothing. I...More

2  Thank Diego S
Reviewed 20 February 2015

Kfarhim Grotto consists of many overlapping layers many natural images, water falls, stalactites and stalagmites, thus creating a wonderful natural beauty drawn by God’s hand. this Grotto is very similar to Jeita Grotto but in a smaller size, Kfarhim Grotto is located in the middle...More

Thank Manoul
Reviewed 9 October 2013

I had a great time, it was well worth it and I recommend it to anyone going to Lebanon. It was similar to Jeita grotto but in a smaller size , with wider space of breathing , no air pressure but narrow vestibules.

1  Thank Maysoon N
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