Lebanon is mountainous and there are many caves in the mountains. This is considered the most famous. Jedda cave is divided into two holes. First take the cable car to see the cave above, and then you can take the small train down to play the cave below. Photography is not allowed in the cave. (These pictures are the landscape outside the cave.) Mobile phones and bags are mandatory. There is water in the cave below, and it seems that the water is not shallow, and you have to take a boat to enter the cave. There are not many man-made landscapes in the cave, and there are no lights, so it is primitive.
The Jedda cave is similar to the imagination. The stalactites are in various shapes and huge. The highest place is tens of meters visually. The cave is divided into upper and lower caves. The upper cave is for walking, and the lower cave is for boat trips. The temperature in the cave is cool, and if it is summer, it is very comfortable. It's just a pity that photographs are not allowed inside the cave.
Last time I went to Lebanon, I didn’t do my homework in advance. I found out that there is such a cave after I got to the hotel and asked the staff. Although it took a two-hour car ride away from where I lived, I decided to take a look. The prototype of the big stone statue in the photo is Who did not go to torture, the cave is very dark and can not be photographed, the itinerary includes taking a boat into the waterway at the bottom of the cave, it is worth seeing...
After coming here, it feels more unforgettable.
The cave is very deep, about 800 meters deep. It is divided into upper and lower layers. The upper layer is a dry cave, which is more distinctive. The lower layer is a water cave with a water depth of less than two meters. It is all natural and unprocessed.
After seeing it, I have to admire the magical workmanship of nature. The natural cave is still very beautiful. The highest place is more than 80 meters high.