I was born in 1992, in Tripoli, Lebanon.
Being an avid reader of literature, arts, and history, I enjoy the historical side of "my" Tripoli and share my passion for this city with my guests.
I began as a licensed tourist guide in 2019. I have been working at it with great enthusiasm ever since.
Lebanon's geography helped me develop my passion and discover new places as I love its nature and its diversity of archeological sites.
Lebanon is a small country. However, I had some challenges looking for its hidden gems.
Enjoying traveling, arts, history, and culture, I had opportunities to travel extensively in Turkey and abroad (Vienna, Prague, Egypt, Jordan, Dubai) which added significant value to my knowledge, enforcing me to seek more and adopt it as a career.
I finally decided to use my traveling experiences in my work.
I got my professional tourist guide license. I have been working as a freelance tour guide since then. I am also a specialized guide in North Lebanon certified by the Lebanon Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
I am currently studying Archeology at Lebanese University because I believe that tourism and archeology are linked. It is not enough to deliver base information without knowing its most profound history.
So satisfaction is gained when I have all the information tourists need. I am now able to deliver it with all sincerity.
Photography is a hobby that offered me many possibilities to create content and express my vision of the city in a photo, technical expertise, and many different ways to capture the moment.