Tripoli- Saydet-El-Nourieh- Batroun

Tripoli, Saydet El Nourieh & Batroun (with Lunch)

From 01 April till 31 October 2024
Tripoli, Saydet El Nourieh & Batroun (with Lunch)
Tripoli, Saydet El Nourieh & Batroun (with Lunch)
Tripoli, Saydet El Nourieh & Batroun (with Lunch)
  • Tripoli is known as the capital of the North, Tripoli is Lebanon’s second largest city. Due to its historical wealth, relaxed lifestyle and thriving business climate, this is a city where modern and medieval  blend easily into a lively and hospitable metropolis.
  • Our Lady of Nourieh (Saydet el Nourieh in Arabic) is a Marian shrine in Hamat, Lebanon.
  • Visiting Batroun may be one of the most extraordinary experiences you will live in your entire life. Here are five iconic touristic places that you should visit in Batroun: old souk, The Phoenician wall,  St Stephan cathedral, The Batroun port & Hilmi’s lemonade which is one of the oldest places that was selling lemonade back in the late 19th century.
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  • Info The tour starts with the visit to Saydet El Nourieh, followed by visit to Tripoli (Castle, Mosques & markets). Lunch and ends with stopping by Our Lady of the Sea in Batroun where you can enjoy the taste of fresh Lemonade.
  • Languages
    English French
  • Includes
    Transportation in a deluxe vehicle, pickup-drop off from/to Beirut, professional guide, lunch at first class Lebanese restaurant touristic menu with one soft drink or one small glass of Arak, entrance fees and VAT.
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  • General Conditions


    • Rates include transportation in deluxe Motorcoaches or vans, services of professional English and French speaking guide, lunch, entrance fees, one small bottle of water and VAT.
    • Lunches when included in tours are served in Lebanese restaurants with a set Menu of Lebanese Mezze, main dish, fruits or dessert with one soft drink.
    • Children up to 3 years are free of charge but have no seat.
    • Children between 3 and 12 years get $10 discounts. No discount for half day tours and tours without lunch

    Pick ups are provided free of charge from all hotels in Beirut for bookings received up to 20:00 of the day preceding the tour. Guests are requested to be at the reception desk of their hotel starting 07:45. Drivers may pass any time between 07:45 and 08:00. They are instructed not to wait. Guests missing their pick-up will have to come to our office at their own expense.


    Important Notes
    The company is not responsible for forgotten items on the daily tours. Lost and found items will be kept at Nakhal offices for collection for a
    maximum of 30 days.

  • Tripoli, Saydet El Nourieh & Batroun

  • Tripoli

    Tripoli has a unique history being on the coast of the Mediterranean and a hub for the Ottoman influence in Lebanon. You'll find pieces of history and modernity littered all over the city. From old mosques to new cafes there's a bit of everything in this small piece of Lebanon.


    Saydet el Nouriyi Monastery

    Our Lady of Nourieh (Saydet el Nourieh in Arabic) is a Marian shrine in Hamat, Lebanon. Nourieh is a derivative of the Arabic word, nour, meaning light. Thus, in English, the Marian shrine can be called, Our Lady of Light.

    The shrine is a popular Christian pilgrimage site in Lebanon, and tourists and pilgrims alike enjoy the beautiful view of the bay from atop historic Cape Theoprosopon.



    Located in north Lebanon around 55 km away from Beirut, Batroun is one of the most marvelous Lebanese cities.
    The beautiful sandy beaches, the dazzling sea water and the hot sun made Batroun look exactly like Mykonos, the Greek island.