To the northeast
of the lower temple is a rock-cut relief of Venus, calles
"Bint El Malik" or the king's daughter by the local
people. The area also has ancient quarries and shaft tombs
from the Roman period. An alternative route for those with
four-wheel drive vehicles can be found one kilometer beyond
the village at Ain Kfar Zabad. A track on the left winds its
way to the temple site.
For those interested in spelunking, there is a beautiful
little cave, explored to 125 meters, which has stalactile and
stalagmite formations similar to those of Jeita. Drive for
about a kilometer along a dirt road which leads from Kfar
Zabad toward the foothills of the Anti-Lebanon mountains. A
thirty-minute walk up a mountain footpath will bring you to
the entrance - an opening about fifty centimeters wide. This
leads to a 4.5-meter descent into the cave, using ropes.