Created in 1959 by Mr. Joseph Nakhal and handed over in 1990 to Mr. Elie Nakhal, Nakhal is a family business devoted to the Lebanese tourism industry. Its staff, composed of180 highly skilled members coupled to its continuous creativity made it the pioneer in several Travel and Tourism fields.
Nakhal is the only agent operating regular daily tours throughout Lebanon with guaranteed departure all year round. This started in April 1990 and since then, tours have been operated on a daily basis.
Our DMC team is also in charge of preparing and executing programs to groups visiting Lebanon, organizing seminars for corporate accounts, operating shore excursions for cruise ships, etc…
Nakhal has proved to be the leader in outgoing programs from Lebanon by its continuous innovations and introduction of new destinations.
As such, Nakhal launched the following destinations in the Lebanese market: Rhodes, Marmaris, Fethiyeh, Sharm El-Sheikh, Cruises in Upper Egypt, Mykonos, Santorini, Antalya, Bodrum, Izmir, Marbella, Barcelona, Prague, Vienna, Venice, Napoli, Dubrovnik, Chania, Skiathos, Corfu, etc… All these destinations are now the most popular destinations for Lebanese clients.
In parallel, Nakhal operate escorted tours on a weekly basis to Central Europe (Prague, Budapest & Vienna) as well as to Spain (Barcelona, Madrid & Andalusia), Italy (Venice, Florence, Rome and Capri), France, Belgium & Hollande, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, etc…
Being GSA to “Costa Cruises”, Nakhal made cruises a must in the Lebanese market. Same is now done for the River Cruises thanks to its representations of “CroisiEurope”.
Sports and concerts are also among the activities that are permanently promoted by Nakhal thanks to its “Events” department.
In parallel to above, Nakhal innovated a lot in the outgoing travel by implementing the “travel insurance”, “travel cancellation insurance”, “free travel credit”, “family packages”, etc…
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