Weather -Lebanon has a fair Mediterranean weather. There are four different seasons. Summer (June-Sep member) is hot on the shore and cooler in the mountains. Spring and fall are warm and comfortable and are the ideal times to visit for an excursion. Winter (December to mid-March) is frequently rainy, with snow in the mountains so this is the perfect time to visit to enjoy winter sports, but at lower altitudes touring could be disturbed by rain.
Geography-Lebanon range to the east of the Mediterranean, linking borders to the north and east including the Syrian Arab Republic, cut across to the south of Israel and Palestinian Territories. The country has a separate time zone which is divided from west to east and the coastal plain, the Mount Lebanon hill, the Bekaa Valley and Anti-Lebanon Mountain that connects its border. Lebanon as a country is encompassed mountainous country with about half of its landscape lying at an altitude of over 800m (4,000ft). For its relatively small size, Lebanon gives some diverse landscape from the fertile Bekaa Valley to the snowcapped mountains of the Anti-
Lebanon and hardwood forests around Mount Lebanon. The famous cedar trees grow unusual in the hills, while the flatter slopes are planted with grapes, apricots, plums, orange, figs, olives, and grain, often on platforms painstakingly cast out from the mountainsides. On the marshy plain, citrus fruit, bananas, and vegetables are also produced.
Social Conventions: Lebanese people are known for their hospitality. A handshake is the standard form of attention. It is acceptable to give a little gift, especially if summoned home for a feast. As far as dress is involved, simple dress is proper for daytime wear, except in central towns where clothing manages to be rather formal.
Smarter hotels and eateries often require guests to dress for dinner. Since Lebanon is almost equally distributed between those adhering to the Muslim believers, and those adhering to the Christian believers, visitors should dress according to the custom of most people in the proper places being traveled. In 2012 smoking was prohibited in a hidden public places such as cafes, restaurants, and hotels.
Language-The formal language is Arabic, followed by French which is the second language. English is universally spoken. US English is spoken by all most of the population.
Accommodation - and Hotels-Lebanon offers hotels of different ways according to your financial requirements, from extravagance to budget. The prices for rooms in Lebanon is around 25 USD to 1087 USD. Owing to the high amount of hotels, it's comparatively easy to find a place in Lebanon during the off-season, even on shorthand notice. Accommodations close to Beirut are highly popular among tourists. Journey Wolf helps you find the affordable rooms in Lebanon. If you are a business proprietor and would like to advertise your property in Lebanon on the trip wolf, please contact us.