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Join The Adventure

15 - 21 October /2023
7 - 13 April /2024
2 - 8 June /2024
22 - 28 September/2024 


7 days

Meeting point: 
Guaranteed departure:

Hotel pick-up in Beirut

Secure your spot with a deposit of $400

*Price based on sharing twin room: (triple in case of an odd number)
There's an extra charge of 390 USD for a single supplement. 

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Want to travel private or on different dates?

Does the date not fit your schedule or do you simply want to travel privately or with your own group?

We can make any arrangement for 1 person or up to 100.
Just reach out to us with your inquiry

Tour Highlights

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The oldest capital city in the world



UNESCO World Heritage Site




Amazing Local Food


Post-War Destruction


Local Market


Day 1:
Beirut to Damascus

  • Pickup from your hotel in Beirut

  • Transfer to Damascus

  • Sightseeing in Damascus

  • Free time to enjoy the vibrant nightlife


Day 2:
Explore Damascus

  • The National Museum

  • Souk Al-Hamidiye

  • The Umayyad Mosque

  • El-Azem Palace and many more sights of the city


Day 3:
Maaloula - Aleppo

  • Maaloula, a small Christian town

  • Visit a Greek Catholic church

  • Walk through a canyon to the St Sergious Monastery

  • Drive to Aleppo

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Day 4:

  • Exploring this world's oldest continuously inhabited city

  • Aleppo Citadel

  • Aleppo Souq

  • Old town and Museum


Day 5:
Apamea - Hama - krak des Chevaliers

  • Apamea was one of the most important cities of North Syria in the Seleucid era.

  • We will break up the sightseeing and have a little hike 

  • Visit Hama and the waterwheels

  • Krak Des Chevaliers, "The most wholly admirable castle in the world."
    As Lawrence of Arabia commented. After a fascinating visit to the


Day 6:
Almishtaya - Palmyra

  • Palmyra is the city of all superlatives. It arises in the midst of golden sands that extend to infinity. An oasis of columns remains and palm trees that testify to the splendor of this city that made, one day, tremble Rome

  • The temple of Bel

  • The theater and the big colonnade


Day 7:
Damascus - Beirut

  • Neiraben Park

  • Umayyad Square and new town

  • Enjoy the last day in Damascus and buy souvenirs

  • Drive back to Beirut and drop off at your hotel.

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What's included ?

Transfer to and from Beirut in a private vehicle


All hotel accommodation in Syria
All transportation in Syria in a private vehicle 

All entrance fees

Security clearance

Special permission for Palmyra

English-speaking local guide.


International flights to/from Beirut

Personal expenses

Tips for local guides

Travel Insurance

Visa fee at the border

Lunch and dinner

Frequently Asked Questions


What if I am a solo traveler and book a shared room?

That’s absolutely not a problem! You will be paired with another like-minded solo traveler and share the room with him/her.
We try our best to pair travelers of the same gender but in the odd case you might have to share a room with a traveler of the opposite sex or in rare cases share a triple room


How does the booking process work?

Your spot will be secured as soon as we receive your deposit payment. This deposit is refundable up to 10 days after your booking but after that, we can not refund you the deposit. You will receive an invoice for the balance payment 9 weeks before the trip starts.

To know more about our booking policy, please check our

Terms & Condition


What if I want to arrive a bit earlier or leave later than the set trip dates?

If your time allows, you might want to enjoy a few more days in the country. If you want some activity recommendations, feel free to drop us a message. We’ll be happy to help. We can also assist you in booking your extra hotel nights if you need.


What is the minimum/maximum number of participants on this trip?

We do have a guarantee of departure for this trip. 
And we take a maximum of 12 people + crew for each tour.


What about visa?

We will take care of submitting your application before the trip to get the pre-approval.
Important point: you should not have an Israeli stamp on your passport.

You will pay for your visa when you pass the border. The cost depends on your nationality but is around $70 USD for most nationalities.


Is it safe to travel to Syria?

Yes it is safe to travel to Syria. And you will be surprised how peaceful and welcoming are Syrian people. There are a few areas to avoid, but they are not part of our itinerary. Our local team there knows perfectly the situation in the different parts of the country, and always take safety as the top priority.


What should I bring for this trip?

The essentials for this trip are: light but covering clothes, sun protection (hat, sunblock, glasses, scarf), cash to pay for food and souvenirs

How much cash should I bring on this trip?

ATMs are not available at all in Syria. We recommend bringing enough cash to pay for your food (lunches and dinenrs), to buy some souvenirs, or to give as tips to the local team. The equivalent of 400 USD should be largely enough (unless you plan to buy some more expensive souvenirs).