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Kafarayya village in Lattakia ... a distinctive destination for exploration enthusiasts

Kafarayya  River Valley and its tributaries is one of the distinctive destinations for exploration enthusiasts, with its virgin forests, fresh springs and waterfalls  and what makes it more beautiful is the spread of caves, fishing terraces and canals carved in the rock along its stretch and other beautiful landscapes that could be wonderful paintings. .

The village of Kafarayya  is located at the foot of a hill  of a height ranging between 200 and 500 meters in Al-Haffeh region .  It still preserves  many archaeological monuments, according to Bashar Shakouhi, a resident of the region and a fan of exploration and camping.

Oyoun Al-Wadi” Village...The Glamor of Nature and Creativity

The abundance of its fresh springs and the beauty of the picturesque nature there, made the village of "Oyoun Al-Wadi" a destination for those wishing to enjoy the wonderful nature and fresh air due to its unique location as it mediates the governorates of Homs, Hama and Tartous.

The village, which rises about 650 meters above sea level and enjoys moderate climate in summer, is surrounded by a group of hills with many springs, the most famous of which are Ain Al-Dayaa, Ain Al-Hallaj, Abu Othman, Al-Basal, Al-Fawar, Ain Al-Qassuma and others.

The village is surrounded by mountains, namely the mountains of Dimas, Rumati, Dhahr al-Deeb, and Bala'a. These mountains are covered with forest trees such as laurel and oak, in addition to the plains and poplar trees that grow on the banks of rivers.

In the plains surrounding the village, the people grow fruit trees, including apples, which are a staple crop, along with peaches, cherries, peaches, pears, grapes and figs, in addition to grains such as wheat, barley, corn, lentils and chickpeas.

Tourism licenses three new facilities at a cost of 1.6 billion Syrian pounds.

Damascus,(ST)-The Tourism Directorate in Lattakia granted three licenses to tourist facilities during July and August of this year, at a cost of one billion and six hundred million Syrian pounds.

The Ministry of Tourism said in a statement, which SANA received a copy of, that the licenses include the construction of a two-star restaurant in Al-Qardaha, Al-Maran area, two modified tourist qualification forms for the property of the Burjuman restaurant with a two-star level, as well as a two-star tourist qualification for the “Obaskai” restaurant.

These establishments have a capacity of 570 seatings and provide many job opportunities for graduates of hotel and tourism institutes and other specialties.

Haifaa Mafalani

Tannourine ... An Oasis of Nature's Unique Beauty

Tannourine village is located on the western side of Wadi al-Nadarah on the borders of Tartous Governorate. It  is about 400 meters above sea level. The area of the village is relatively large compared to the neighboring villages, as  it  intercedes a group of villages that include “Habnamra,” “Jawar al-Afs”, “Marmarita”, “Al-Matras”, “Mashta Azar” and “Ain al-Raheb”. Its population is approximately 2,400, some of them live in the village, and others in cities, especially Damascus and Homs, and there are also a large number of expatriates abroad.

Ariha .... A Tourist Destination Where Civilization Meets Charming Nature

Ariha  is a picturesque Syrian city located in the  Governorate of Idlib in northwestern Syria. It is approximately 75 kilometers away from the Governorate of Aleppo. Its population was about 60,000 people in 2010.

It has been known for its importance since ancient times and has been mentioned in many archaeological manuscripts, as the history of the city dates back to more than five thousand years.

Ariha is a very ancient historical city which has been mentioned in many archaeological and historical references, and was known as one of the ancient cities of Syria. The name Ariha, is an ancient Syrian Aramaic  meaning the" scent "or "scent of flowers", and the adjacent Zawiya Mountain is one of the most famous areas for cultivating cherries, figs, mahlab and many fruit trees and agricultural crops, which are the main pillars for the economy of the city. Some 55 towns and villages and more than 44 farms, and the sub-districts of Ehsem and Mhmbel are affiliated to Ariha.

Ariha  is located in the middle of one of the most beautiful parts of Syria. It is surrounded by olive, cherry, fig and mahlab orchards and occupies a strategic location where the Aleppo-Latakia road passes through it, as it is a rest stop for travelers lying at the crossroads between Lattakia, Aleppo, Idlib and Maarrat al-Nu'man.