Lebanon’s Caves…Tourist Attraction For Nature Lovers

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(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) By Ayoub Khaddaj

(Photo feature) BEIRUT, May 6 (KUNA) — Lebanon has a unique geographic aspect and geological formations, especially a chain of caves that attract nature lovers and boost the country’s tourism.
Lebanon’s caves are divided into two groups, horizental and vertical.
The most famous horizental cave is Jeita Grotto, extending over more than 12 km.
Vertical caves are called “sinkholes”, with Fouara Dara being the deepest at over 600 meters.
Only experts can enter sinkholes with special equipment, while nature lovers can visit horizental caves with guides and safety equipment. (end) ayb.ag


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