Camp Nubar is operated by the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU), the world’s largest Armenian non-profit organization. Established in 1906 by Boghos Nubar, AGBU’s mission is to help promote the prosperity and well-being of all Armenians. to uphold the Armenian heritage through educational, cultural and humanitarian programs.

Committed to developing positive identity formation in each new generation, AGBU maintains youth programs throughout the world including summer camps, schools, internship programs, scouts, athletic initiatives and mentorships. Camp Nubar remains the oldest summer camp within the organization welcoming campers and counselors from around the world since 1963.

AGBU has summer day and overnight camps in Argentina, Armenia, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria and the USA with our network of operations continually growing.

Learn more about AGBU’s mission and activities at

To explore AGBU’s global reach of summer camps, visit

Overnight Camps:

  • Antranik Scouts Camp
  • Camp Nairi
  • Hayler Camp (Plovdiv)
  • Hayler Camp (Sofia)
  • Colonie de Vacances
  • Kessab Camp
  • Armenia
  • Armenia
  • Bulgaria
  • Bulgaria
  • France
  • Syria

Day Camps:

  • Colonia de Vacaciones (Buenos Aires)
  • Colonia de Vacaciones (Cordoba)
  • Hayortyats Summer Camp
  • Yerchanik Tajirian Summer Camp
  • Demirdjian Center’s Summer Camp
  • Camp Amaras
  • Argentina
  • Argentina
  • Canada
  • Iraq
  • Lebanon
  • California, USA