Hima Maabour EL-Abiad

This Upper Akkar Hima was established in 2009 with an estimated area of 0.33 km2. The area is covered with forests of Lebanese cedar and Greek juniper trees, in addition to the presence of grasslands for grazing. This region is characterized by its high biodiversity, by

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Hima West Baalbek

Since 2018, this area was declared as a regional Hima due to its cultural and ecological importance. The plant life of the West Baalbek region is diverse and includes alpine and numerous xero- phytes (dry adapted) plants. Being the only semi-arid region in Lebanon, this area

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Hima Mansouri

Hima Mansouri, declared by SPNL and the concerned municipality in 2008, is similar to Hima Qoleileh as they have the same ecosystem. In this region we can find a remarkable marine biodiversity and some birds of prey like marsh harrier, making it a good spot for bird-

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Hima Qoleileh

This coastal area is known for its marine biodiversity, leading SPNL and the municipality to announce it as a Hima in 2006. This 0.01 km2 sandy beach is an important spot for the globally threatened sea turtles such as the green Turtles and the leatherback Turtles, as it

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Hima Ebel El-Saqi

On top of a hill, 760m above sea level, this 0.01 km2 area was declared as a Hima in 2004. Its faunal and floral richness show the ecological importance of this region in the world of biodiversity, especially being an exclusive bottleneck area of national, regional, and

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