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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Discover the essence of Saudi, where you’ll find a mixture of global diversity that has emerged from this cradle of many human civilizations. Explore the rock inscriptions and archaeological cities dating back to more than 10,000 years. Today, Saudi is a proud home of several heritage sites registered in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Each season of the year offers a distinct Saudi experience. Whether you choose to climb to the top of the highest mountain, 3000 meters above sea level, dive into the magical wonders of the corals and marine life of the Red Sea or cross the largest palm oasis in the world growing more than 2.5 million palm trees, all of these exciting experiences, and more, await you in a country ranked third in the world in terms of safety.



Riyadh’s blend of medieval and millennial makes for a beguiling cultural union — one where Arabia’s first roots can be traced, and where its bold future can be envisioned. The city’s fascinating, centuries-old history can be found within its atmospheric souqs, compelling museums, and ancient architecture, but it’s also a modern metropolis, with glittering high-rises and a burgeoning contemporary art scene. The winter months are an ideal time to visit Riyadh. 


Whether its losing yourself in the bright night lights of the city lights of the city or just taking a stroll along the corniche. Jeddah is the perfect escape from the winter cold temperatures. Jeddah is a great vacation getaway with lots of entertainment, great good and unmatched nature views, a perfect combination of bustling cities and tranquil beaches.


During your visit, you will have the opportunity to witness a global heritage celebrated by UNESCO, from “Historical Jeddah” to exploring the antique designs of balconies, stone walkways and ancient sidewalks, as this destination unearths secrets that have inspired artists and writers.



AlUla is an untold story, a land preserved by time, a breathtaking jewel of archaeological and cultural history , its unique UNESCO World Heritage Site, its ancient legends and colorful stories, Be among the first to experience the spine-tingling, spiritual monumentality of AlUla. Feel humbled and alive in a landscape captured in time, Delight in Mother Nature’s art, human ingenuity and Arabian hospitality at its best.


This largely undiscovered expanse holds a timeless mystery that has been carried through its complex history. Layer upon layer of human history and a wealth of natural wonders are waiting to be explored, from dramatic rock formations and sand-swept dunes to archaeological ruins that trace the lives of the ancient cultures who built cities here. 


NEOM is the world’s most ambitious tourism project. Built on a most ancient land, enhanced by world-leading design, immersive digital experiences and seamless travel. It will challenge and shape the possibilities of global travel in the years to come. Nurturing the raw, untouched landscapes and spectacular coastal waters – this will be a new model for measurably regenerative tourism.



Tabuk, the capital city of the Tabuk region in northwestern Saudi Arabia, has long been a resting point for Jordanian and its rich culture can be felt in Souq Twaheen, famed for selling patterned rugs and goat-hair tent covers. Visitors flock to Tabuk to explore ancient archaeological sites and the setting of the story of the prophet Moses, who lived east of the city for a decade. Marking the start of the Saudi Coast, Tabuk’s charming coastal towns, such as Haql and Sharma, offer clear seas and pristine beaches. 


Nestled between Mount Shammer to the north and Mount Salma to the south, the city of Hail was once the capital of all the Arabian Desert and home to legends like Hatim Al Tai, the Arabian poet whose altruism earned him spots in stories like “One Thousand and One Nights” (also known as “Arabian Nights”). Today it’s the capital of the north-central region of Saudi Arabia and is also known for hosting international events, including a Desert Festival celebrating the area’s culture. 



Boasting endless views of the tranquil Arabian Gulf, Dammam is a modern metropolis that thrives on its coastal location. Although it is known for its lush green parks, airy waterfronts and sandy beaches, it is highly enjoyable in the winter, with daytime temperatures averaging in the low 20 degrees Celsius during the day and around 10 degrees Celsius at night. The region also has a growing reputation as an arts, sports and entertainment destination. It is home to the kingdom’s first street-art exhibition, in Al Khobar’s Bayoonya district, and offers a range of cultural hubs and museums as well. 


The oasis of Jubbah is the remnant of an ancient lake that was rich in wetter periods with people, flora and wildlife. Today, owing to the relatively high water table and modern hydrological technology, Jubbah is a rapidly growing town. The sand sea of the Nafud Desert surrounds the 16 by 5 km (10 by 3 mi) windswept plain around Jubbah. To the west of the oasis is Jebel um Sanman, or “Two Camel-hump Mountain.” It is this rise of sandstone where some of the best rock art in the Arabian Peninsula can be found.

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