• promoting responsible tourism & offering authentic local experiences.

  • About Us

    Wanderleb is a unique experience designed by its founder Karim Sokhn. It revolves around the history, the archeology and the culinary riches of Lebanon.

     

    As a passionate traveler, Karim set out on a long journey to discover the monuments of Lebanon, with particular attention to those most underrated and at risk of fading away.

     

    In a continuous effort to share his passion and knowledge, Karim develops and deliver exclusive guided tours, focused on classical antiquity, medieval and modern attractions. 

     

    He is also the author of Wanderblog, the first online journal of its kind that documents and promote the famous and hidden ruins in Lebanon.

     

    Karim holds a BA in Tour Guiding from the Lebanese University, and a license of tour guiding issued by the Ministry of Tourism in Lebanon.

  • WanderTours

    Pick your favorite tour (s) from the following options, or request a tailored one based on your preferences.

    We organize guided site visits, and handle accommodation bookings, transfers, and culinary experiences.

    We accommodate between one and twenty travelers per tour. The price is arranged based on the services requested.

    Attractions

    Beirut National Museum

    Civil war era monuments

    Phoenician, Greco-Roman and Byzantine era monuments

     

    *Note that some attractions might not always be accessible due to safety regulations imposed by the General Directory of Antiquities or the Lebanese army in certain conditions.

    Attractions

    Tripoli Citadel and museum

    Old Souks, hammams and khans

    Mamluk era schools and mosques

    Street food experiences

    Attractions

    Greco-Roman era temple

    Land and sea Crusader castles

    Old Souks, hammams and khans

    Audi Soap Museum and Debbaneh Palace

    Street food experiences

    Attractions

    Old souks

    Hiram sarcophagus

    Two Greco-Roman era archeological sites

    Bas-reliefs of Cana wedding and Jesus Christ's 12 disciples

    Attractions

    Byblos old Souk

    Byblos archeological site

    St. Jean-Marc Crusader church

    Attractions

    One Greco-Roman Temple

    Two Phoenician and Greco-Roman era site

    Road trip across the highlands of Byblos featuring amazing landscape and gorgeous villages

    Attractions

    Phoenician wall

    Greco-Roman era theater

    Pre-history caves and quarry

    Saydet El Nourieh Orthodox church

    WWII relief of the British Army Corps

    Hamat old Roman era road and Ottoman era tunnel

    Street food experiences

     

    *A wine experience is available upon request and is charged separately.

    Attractions

    Picturesque villages

    One Roman era temple

    Two Greco-Roman era sites

     

    *A wine experience is available upon request and is charged separately.

    Attractions

    Jeita grotto

    Ottoman sebil

    Roman bridge

    Nahr El Kaleb steles

    One Phoenician era funerary site

    One Greco-Roman and Byzantine era site and tomb

    Two Gerco-Roman era temples and other monuments

     

    *Note that some attractions might not always be accessible due to safety regulations imposed by the General Directory of Antiquities or the Lebanese army in certain conditions.

    Attractions

    Enfeh town

    Bziza Roman era temple

    Kousba Roman era temples

    Attractions

    Arqa site

    La Colée crusader fort

    Menjez Roman era temple and megalithic tombs

    Attractions

    Temple complex

    Baalbek Roman era gate

    Roman era quarry and biggest monolith

    Attractions

    Seven Roman era temples, with few that require hiking to reach it

     

    *Note that some attractions might not always be accessible due to safety regulations imposed by the General Directory of Antiquities or the Lebanese army in certain conditions.

    Attractions

    Five Roman era temples

    One Roman era nymphaeum

    Ferzol Hermitage

     

    *A wine experience is available upon request and is charged separately.

     

    *Note that some attractions might not always be accessible due to safety regulations imposed by the General Directory of Antiquities or the Lebanese army in certain conditions.

    Attractions

    Anjar Oamayyad city site

    Majdel Anjar Roman era temple

     

    *A wine experience is available upon request and is charged separately.

    Attractions

    Greco-Roman era water canals

    Saint-Maron cave and monastery

    Hermel Greco-Roman era monument

    6th century BC Neo-Babylonian inscriptions

    Attractions

    Four crusader fortresses

     

    *Note that some attractions might not always be accessible due to safety regulations imposed by the General Directory of Antiquities or the Lebanese army in certain conditions.

    Attractions

    Deir El Qamar town

    Beit El-Dine palace

    Cedars of Maasser El Chouf

    Attractions

    Ottoman era palace

    Ottoman era village

    One Greco-Roman and Byzantine era site

    Attractions

    Four Roman era temples

     

    Attractions

    Four Greco-Roman, Byzantine and Medieval era temple-church monuments, packed with wall frescoes depicting saints and legends from the Old and the New Testament.

     

  • WanderBlog

    Treasures of Lebanon in a Glimpse

    (The attractions are classified by district and governorate)
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