On December 9, 2022, Lebanon Traveler, the country’s top tourism reference and online platform, signed an MoU with the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism to support the latter in its various activities and campaigns, promoting Lebanon as a tourist destination.
H.E. Walid Nassar, Lebanon’s Minister of Tourism, said: “We have a long-standing relationship with the team at Lebanon Traveler and look forward to some exciting collaborations that encourage even more people to visit our beautiful country in 2023.”
Lebanon Traveler was established in 2011 by Hospitality Services, an event management and publishing company. As the country’s first tourism publication, it is committed to promoting the social, cultural, historical and natural wealth and diversity of Lebanon, which it achieves through its online platforms and magazine. Recognized as the go-to guide for domestic and international travelers interested in exploring Lebanon’s urban and rural gems, Lebanon Traveler’s website attracts over 20,000 users per month, while its social media platforms reach over 3.2 million accounts.
Joumana Dammous-Salame, managing director of Hospitality Services, said: “Through our events and online platforms, we will continue our efforts to promote all the amazing destinations across the country. The Ministry of Tourism’s support means a great deal to us, and we know we can achieve great things through positive dialog and collective action.”