10 Nights Saudi Highlights

10 Nights/ 11 Days
Day 1



For an extravagant weekend, the city of Riyadh is the best option. You may unwind and revitalise at the city's luxurious spas, or you can go from serenity to cerebralism by visiting one of its boutique arthouses. The city has a wide range of upscale restaurants, malls, and well-selected shops.

Top Hotels: Places to Eat:
  • Ritz Carlton
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Four Seasons
  • Ascott Rafal Olaya Riyadh
  • Hilton Riyadh Hotel
  • Burj Rafal
  • Nobu
  • Lusin
  • Hualan
  • Bateel

Day 2


Riyadh City Tour

Approx. 6-7 hours

Cover Historical Diriyah, Mamlaka Tower, Sky observation bridge, The Al Rajhi Grand Mosque & The King Fahd National Library.

Day 3


Edge of the World

Tour Duration: 9-10 Hours | Departure Time: 8:00 AM

One of Saudi Arabia's most well-known tourist attractions, the Edge of the World (Jebel Fihrayn) has earned its nickname because of the panoramic view of the horizon it offers from its 300-meter-high cliffs. You can see dry rivers winding across the landscape from the top of the cliffs. These lands were previously part of an old caravan route.

Alternate for Adventure Seekers

Hike at Wadi Hanifa

Enjoy the captivating green surroundings of Wadi Hanifa, a lengthy stretch of dense valley soaring up to 120 metres and one of Riyadh's most popular tourist destinations. In addition to being a renowned trekking destination, this valley draws many adventurers from around the world.
Take advantage of the famous Arabic cuisine as you pass through three enormous, bustling communities. In addition, these lovely stretches are a favourite destination for picnics and fishing outings.
Wadi Hanifa is the ideal place to experience nature's majestic lush canopies, plenty of migrating birds, and rich flora and fauna worth investigating on a nature recreational expedition.

Day 4


Fly from Riyadh - Tabuk

8 Nonstop flights per day (2 hrs)+

Top Hotels: Places to Eat:
  • Hilton Garden Inn
  • Swiss Inn Tabuk
  • Holiday Inn
  • Al Qariyah Al Turathiyah
  • Al Ketaishat
  • Western Road Express
  • Jandofly

Day 5

Wadi Al Disah

Day trip to Al Disah Valley

Duration: 6-7 Hrs

Wadi Al Disah is a beautiful mountainous valley in Saudi Arabia’s northwestern Tabuk province.  Al Disah means "the valley of palm trees," and you'll understand why as soon as you get here. Huge sandstone pillars and cliffs surround the lush valley floor, making it ideal for exploring.

Day 6

Al Ula

Tabuk — AlUla

Approx 330 Kms By road. (3.5 hrs drive) | Only connecting flights

Visit Al Ula to experience Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the ancient culture and people of Arabia.


Visit one of the numerous traditional restaurants
If time allows, take in the culture at Athr Gallery, the city's newest centre for the arts and culture, AlJadidah.

Top Hotels: Places to Eat:
  • Habitas Al Ula
  • Sahary Al Ula Resort
  • Shaden Resort
  • Gathern Accommodations
  • Suhail Old Town
  • Merkaz
  • Circolo
  • Tama At Habitas

Day 7

Elephant Rock Tour

Visit the Tombs of Hegra

Duration: 8 hours (approx.)

Last Time to Enter: 3.00 PM

Hegra, one of the most breathtaking places on earth and the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Kingdom (there are presently six in Saudi Arabia), is completely deserving of a full-day tour. The region has been inhabited since the first century BCE since it served as a trading route for pilgrims going to Makkah. It's a sizable historic region with more than 100 excellently maintained tombs that have recently been made accessible to tourists. The rock formations, which include Face Rock, which resembles the profile of a face as you could think, are stunning. Don't skip a visit to Qasr Al Farid, a more than 22-meter-high structure constructed by Lihyan, son of Kuzatomb. It's one of the most incredible natural sights you'll ever see.

Day 8

Heritage Village

Visit the Heritage Village in Al Ula:

Best time to experience this tour is in the evening, when it is all lit up!

Al Ula Old Town is overlooked by Musa bin Nusayr Castle, which is said to date back to the 10th century. The ancient town, home to hundreds of houses, stores, and four town squares, was a well-liked stop for pilgrims travelling between Damascus and Makkah.
The Old Town is currently kept as is to preserve the essence of the Village. Even the resorts do not have any upper floors and the rooms are separated from one another.
You may go on a guided tour of the old town to learn more about its history. There is also an open-air market to discover.

Day 9


Fly from AlUla — Jeddah

2 flights per week (1 hr 10 min)

Evening: Visit Jeddah Waterfront

Jeddah is a city where one's heart is instantaneously and effortlessly pleased and revitalized. Put your shoes on and come experience one of the latest waterfronts in the world.
Jeddah is the hub of cruising activities and water sports. One can experience the best of coral reefs and marine life.

Top Hotels: Places to Eat:
  • Sheraton Jeddah Hotel
  • Radisson Blu Hotel Jeddah Al Salam
  • InterContinental Jeddah
  • Jeddah Hilton
  • Radisson Blu Hotel, Jeddah Plaza
  • Sultana seafood restaurant
  • Twina
  • Taibat Al Hijaz

Day 10

Al Balad

Historic Jeddah Tour

The Al-Balad also known as, "Historic Jeddah," was established on the lovely beachfront property before being designated as Makkah's royal seaport in 657 AD. Through the years, it attracted people from various backgrounds and spheres of society.  This part of the world unveils a human heritage whose walls challenged different historical factors with eight gates; each is known for its historical stories. Additionally, it is home to around 10 antique homes that are renowned for their unique architectural features and the names of their ancient families. Here, you will get the coziest photographs.

Day 11

Fly back from Jeddah

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