Hammana is a town in Lebanon about 26 km east of Beirut.
The village is known for Cherry Day, happening each year, where people can participate in the cherry-picking in an addition to many other events, street theatre, music, art,…
But the village is known for its waterfall, called Chaghour, which allowed us to have an unknown activity, Canyoning or Canyoneering in the U.S., which is rappeling in the waterfall.
The village has also a 14th-century house, Mezher palace, former residence of the poet Alphonse de Lamartine.
Not to forget Hammana Artist House, a multidisciplinary art residency space with a focus on performing arts.
an easy walk to reach the waterfall
The Canyoning activity, for about 2 hours depending on the number of the participants
Visit Al Mezher Palace
Hammana Artist House