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  • Full board stay for 5 nights at the monastery in Lady of the Mount Adma
  • Transportation fees from and to the airport, in addition to all transportation during the gathering.
  • Several touristic trips (Harissa, Jeita, Mor Charbel, Hardini, and Rafka)
  • All activities within the program (Gala dinner & sports event)
  • Full board stay for 5 nights at the Burj on Bay Hotel
  • Transportation fees from and to the airport, in addition to all transportation during the gathering.
  • Several touristic trips (Harissa, Jeita, Mor Charbel, Hardini, and Rafka)
  • All activities within the program (Gala dinner & sports event)
  • Flight tickets and visa
  • Additional accommodation
  • Travel insurance
  • Optional Monday Schedule

We will be taking care of the transportation from and to Beirut International Airport, on the for the following dates:

  • Arrivals
    • Info coming soon!
  • Departures
    • Info coming soon!
SYGG Program will be a mixture of Syriac, Arabic, and English, with translation available for each.

The gathering is restricted to only our Syriac Orthodox Youth faithful from around the world. The target of SYGG is for Suryoye Youth ages 18 to 30 years old.

Donations will help us in:

  • Your donation will help assist suryoyo youth who are not able to attend the gathering because of financial barriers especially in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and other countries.
  • Furthermore, your donation will also be crucial to sustain this important gathering to be done on annual basis in different countries.
The July 1, 2020. This is subject to change without notice.
However seats are limited and we believe they will be filled quickly… don’t take your time!!
The total number of seats available for SYGG 2020 is 350.
The rooms will be distributed in random unless previously requested. All rooms are double beds with the option to add an extra bed (smaller than the regular bed). If you would like to reserve a room with specific people you need to send us an email before July 1st, 2020 specifying the people in the room.
It is illegal to enter Lebanon if you have a stamp on your passport (you need to issue a new passport)