Serjbeil is located in the Chouf district. It is about a 30minute drive from Beirut.
It is a relatively known spot in the area & is mostly known the waterfall spot there.
It is located deep in the valley. The river crossing & waterfall are simply stunning.
One can hike up & down the river stream (which is a bit challenging though), but it offers some great views.
The waterfall spot has several jumps varying from 3m up to 8m and the water is fairly deep for all sorts of jumps (sometimes there are branches floating in the water though, so make sure it's clear).
The water is super clean and the area is nice for a day's chill.
It can get a bit crowded on weekends though, specially Sundays.
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To get there you have to take the road up to Chouf (same road that leads to Deir El Qamar).
About 20 minutes up, you'll reach Serjbeil, there's a small passage with a sign 'Serjbeil' that you should follow which leads you down to the valley. It's easiest to ask the locals how to get to the waterfall.
Once you reach there, it's only few minutes of hike until you're at the spot.
Before going to this trip, a visit to Baakline would be worth it for breakfast. One of the top “Foul and Hummus” breakfast restaurants in Lebanon is there, Snack Fakhreddine. It has been managed and operated by Ammo Baheej and his wife for more than fifty years. The couple creates unique plates prepared with love. Order foul, msabbaha and fatteh, enjoying every bite with a smile, and then head off to your adventure!
Enjoy some crazy cliff jumps and deep clean water.