Hrajel (Arabic: حراجل; likewise spelled Harajil) is a town and region situated in the Keserwan District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon. The town is around 42 kilometers (26 mi) north of Beirut. It has a normal rise of 1,320 meters above ocean level and an absolute land region of 1,230 hectares.
A concealed cavern can be found in Hrajel close to a waterway that takes care of the Dog River. The cavern is supposed to be a far upward expansion of the Jeita cave yet it is right now shut to the general population. Hrajel’s occupants are Maronites.