The municipal council of Kfarmatta in coordination with SPNL, declared in 2019 the municipal land of the village as Hima for sustainable use such as ecotourism, land zonation and sustainable reforestation of pine trees. This 0.1392 km2 Hima consists of a faunal diverse trail
With an important diversity of trees such as cedars and oak trees, a colorful richness of flowers, and the amazing scenery of waterfalls in spring, Hima Hammana declared in 2018 is considered one of a kind in the world of ecotourism. In addition, this area is an attraction
Ras el-Metn is noted for its moderate weather, organic food market, geological sites, and remarkable places for viewing birds, butterflies and stars at night. Ecologically, the 20km Beirut River valley, passing by Ras el-Metn, is an important bottleneck for bird migration in
The Hima of Aitanit is located on the eastern slopes of the Shouf Nature Reserve, in West Bekaa. Having an impor- tant biodiversity, this area was declared as a Hima in 2017. Flora, amphibians and mammals present an ecologically impor- tant diversity in this area with some
Connected to its neighbouring village, Shimlan, by “The Trail of Peace”, Hima Kayfoun is considered a cultural reunion area, where communities from different backgrounds can meet and enjoy the serenity of nature. This part of the municipal land of Kayfoun was declared as a
In 2017, the municipal council and SPNL declared the Anfeh municipal land and sea as a marine Hima for sustainable use such as ecotourism, responsible hunting, fishing, grazing and taking into consideration other aspects such as decentralization and empowerment of women.
A real ecological jewel of Mount Lebanon, characterized by its important floral and faunal richness especially known for ancient maple trees, juniper forest, wild boars and hares. This municipal land was announced in 2017 as a Hima for sustain- able use such as ecotourism,
Hima Byblos is a World Heritage Site due to its historical past. It is visited by millions every year which creates a major threat and stress over the natural and cultural resources. The municipality and community are very much aware of the status and needs support in order
Hima Tarshish is a transhumance region located in caza of Baabda in Mount Lebanon. Its community depends mainly on hunting, grazing, ecotourism, water, and agriculture as income generating activities. Announcing it a Hima in 2015 is helping the locals to sustainably use the
Located in the Hermel district, this forest known for its Greek juniper trees was declared as Hima by SPNL and the concerned municipality in 2014. This Hima always welcomes its visitors for an unforgettable hike on its interesting trail where some species of birds could be
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