Discover the Experiences of Saudi Arabia

Riyadh – Way to Modern Arabia

The capital city of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh is a confluence of primeval and futuristic approaches. History and legacy come to life in this dynamic and constantly changing city, which is both the cradle of the monarchy and a flourishing, forward-thinking metropolis.

  • Edge of the World
  • Quad Biking & Horse Riding
  • Kingdom Centre Tower
  • Heet Cave
  • Al Mamsak Fortress
  • Stargazing

Taif – City of Roses

Taif's abundant natural beauty may be seen in its burgeoning fruit and flower farms, mist-covered mountains, lush valleys, and busy souqs that date back hundreds of years. You may witness a side of Saudi Arabia that is rarely seen here in the city of roses, surrounded by mountains and vegetation.

  • Shubra Palace Museum
  • Al Qahdi Rose Factory
  • The Taif Souq
  • Zip lining at Hada Mountain
  • Al Kar Tourist Village
  • Jabal Dakka

Jeddah – The Bride of the Red Sea

There is no place like Jeddah. This seaside city has been greeting visitors to its shores for centuries and has its own distinct appeal, pace, customs, and renowned corniche. Today, it is a thriving, multiethnic centre where variety permeates every part of the city. You may discover your adventure in Jeddah, which has a flourishing arts and cultural scene, a developing cuisine scene, and stunning architecture.

  • Mall of Arabia
  • Immerse in Culture
  • Muvi Cinema
  • Al Balad
  • IN10SO – Entertainment Center
  • Rich Culinary Experiences

Al-Ula – Adventurer’s Paradise

Few places in the world still give you the sense of being an authentic adventurer exploring uncharted territory. The sense of discovery is quickly destroyed by a selfie stick jungle in many historic locations. But deep in Saudi Arabia's northern desert, at Alula, the site of the nation's first UNESCO World Heritage Site, you might still be able to live out your fantasy of being a daring archaeologist for a day.

  • Ziplining
  • Rock Climbing
  • Via Ferrata & Canyon Hammock
  • Cycling Trail
  • The Ridge Walk
  • Buggy Tours

Tabuk – Lush lands and Ancient Treasures

The backdrop of the narrative of the Prophet Moses, who spent ten years living east of the city, and old archaeological sites are two of Tabuk's top draws for tourists. Tabuk's picturesque coastal villages, such as Haql and Sharma, which mark the beginning of the Saudi Coast, has crystal-clear waters and immaculate beaches.

  • Enjoy Snow
  • Rich Culinary Experience
  • Catalina Seaplane Wreckage
  • Explore Duba
  • Wadi Al Disah
  • The Ruins of Tayma

Abha – Cultural Gem

The city has plenty of attractions to explore, including the Abha Dam Lake and the Abha Palace Theme Park as well as the former mud-walled Shada Palace, which is now a museum. Shop at the thriving traditional marketplaces of Abha and Khamis Mushait, a sister city. After that, explore old areas like Al Nasb and Al Basta. Abha is the location to become fully immersed in the distinctive culture of the Aseer area, whether it be by visiting the Al Muftaha art village or learning about tribal rituals in the surrounding villages of Al Habala and Rijal Almaa.

  • Art Street
  • Al Muftaha Village
  • Al Dhabab Walkway
  • Jabal Sawda
  • A cable car adventure
  • Abha Palace Theme Park

Qiddiya – The Capital of Entertainment, Sports, and Arts

The entertaining attractions being built include family-friendly theme parks, sports arenas suitable for international competitions, academies for sports and the arts, concert and entertainment venues, racetracks for fans of motorsports, as well as outdoor and adventure activities alongside nature and environment experiences. Along with a range of housing alternatives, Qiddiya will offer a number of social services.

  • Six Flags Qiddiya
  • Water Theme Parks
  • Retail, and Dining Experiences
  • Speed Park
  • Performing Arts Center
  • Festival Grounds
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