Overall, this trip gave a good discussion about the impact of art and Christianity on norther Lebanon, and by far the best part of this trip was visiting the cedars. I think the tour was impactful, but could have covered a more diverse set of facets to Lebanon's history (eg, not a religious leitmotif). There were also plenty of monuments that looked interesting and that could be seen from a distance, though we did not delve into their significance. However, our guide, Georgette, was a top-notch leader who had a nearly encyclopedic knowledge of Lebanon's history and its religious inflections. Her expertise and erudition made the trip worthwhile and memorable. I would consider keeping the cedars and diversifying some of the other aspects of this trip unless there is a religiously fervent audience.