Yup, it is!!
My first post I had on this blog was about Baysour, the place with great waterfalls, lakes, ponds… the photos of which we all got in our emails (and still do) & couldn’t really find it.
This year I was determined to find it. My info said that there are four Baysours in Lebanon. The main being the one next to Aley, where we did go last year & where my search was going to start.
Around Baysour there are 4 rivers that join each other, so I knew it was going to be a hard search. Right before I meet with a friend & decide how/when to go for the “baysour hunt”, I did a google search “Baysour is it true / hoax” (or something in this term) & I found out a blog that has the definite answer! It was a hoax, a big one!
So There is no beautiful waterfalls, lakes & ponds in Baysour – Lebanon, don’t bother & look for it! The max you will see is already on this blog. If you want to see those, go to the nearest Croatian embassy & apply for a visa (if you need it) cause those pics are actually in Plitvice Lakes National Park – Croatia
If you came across this blog looking for the location/more photos (cause a lot of people do), I’m sorry, no Baysour here…
How do you write that!!? It was hard to decide which way is better & after reducing the choices to two. I decided to keep both of them!
Beit ed Dine, Beit ed-Dine (in Arabic بيت الدين, translates to “House of Religion”) is a village, located 50 KM away from Beirut, in Shouf district & is famous for the Beiteddine Palace, where the Beiteddine Festivals are held every year.
So here we go, a trip to Beit el Dine / Beit ed Dine / Beiteddine / Bayt el Dine / Bayt el dine……..
The main entrance of the castle.
Some More of Beit ed Dine