Kfarhim Grotte75 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
- Address: Deir El Qamar, Lebanon, Deir Al Qamar
- Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +961-5720500
- Tags: Cave, Family And Kids
Kfarhim Grotte is a grotto that is located off the Damour – Beit Ed Dine Road in Deir El Qamar, Lebanon. On the insides are beautiful naturally formed caves that are a result of many years of geographical and ecological changes. This place offers self-guided walking tours that would help you know more about the formation of these caves. The caves are well-lit from inside that helps you to navigate through the caves.
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How to Reach Kfarhim Grotte
- By car
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95% of people who visit Deir Al Qamar include Kfarhim Grotte in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
32.35% of people start their Kfarhim Grotte visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Kfarhim Grotte
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kfarhim Grotte
Kfarhim Grotte Reviews & Ratings
This is a very small grotto. Not sure if all is natural. Some looked man made. Anyway they could make it slightly cheaper because there’s not much to see .
awesome place to visit. sueprb views of natural made carbon stones. entrance is 15000/person and photographs are allowed for visitors. friendly staff.
Beautiful place, not big as Jeita, but very interesting . Totally worth visiting. There is a guide who will tell you the history of the Grotte, very friendly. I recommend everyone to visit
It is a nice place nature made aging millions of years. BUT it is expensive and it is used materially rather than appreciation. We paid 15,000 lbp per person for barely 10 mns round moving quickly and we wanted to stay more to tale our time watching they didnt let us. And the exposition at the end is useless. They should encourage people to come and let them appreciate what we have in Lebanon from nature. It will be very expensive for a family for example.
I saw the grotto during summer so it wasn't much in comparison to other grottos. I was told that during spring it's better, but I am not sure. I guess the entrance fees are over priced. Would not recommend it as a must visit.