Saudi, famed for its mystical landforms, has opened its doors to tourists and travelers coming to experience the majestic beauty, grandeur, and calm of this Middle East gem. Surrounded by the Red Sea and Persian Sea, the country is home to numerous beautiful tourist destinations.
 

The cities of Alula and Riyadh have become prominent destinations among tourists with their top-notch offerings and modern-day architecture. Its golden sand desserts, remarkable grand monuments of history, and the developing skylines in its cosmopolitan cities - everything adds to the charm and allure of Saudi. The country boasts of its culturally rich heritage, magnificent history, and religious community.
 

Tours over the golden sand dunes witnessing majestic palaces, camping on picturesque valleys, are among the many activities that tourists can enjoy while visiting Saudi. The development of towering skyscrapers, world-class hotels, and resorts, have added to the many reasons Saudi attracts tourists. The luxury and sophistication of the middle eastern gem are unmatched, and some facilities are specially designed for tourists.

Saudi is a desert country with days being hot and nights being cold. In summers the temperature rises to 38 degrees and the climate is hot and dry. Winters here are mild but in the nighttime, the temperatures drop, and sometimes rain can also be experienced.  This middle eastern country is perfect for taking a luxury trip with your friends and family, enjoying the rich culture, heritage, and learning about the history of this religious country.

 

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Taif City - Tour
Taif City
₹ 37,130
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Taif City
₹ 37,130
Cool Climate and Refreshing Atmosphere: Taif is famous for its mild climate, especially during the summer months when temperatures are significantly lower than other parts of Saudi Arabia. The city's elevation, which ranges from 1,700 to 2,500 meters above sea level, contributes to its cooler temperatures, making it a popular destination for Saudis seeking relief from the heat.  Taif is renowned for its lush gardens, parks, and orchards, which are a stark contrast to the surrounding desert landscape. Visitors can explore the Al Rudaf Park, famous for its rose gardens and colorful flowers, as well as the Al Hada Park, which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The Al Shafa Park, located in the nearby Al Hada Mountains, is another popular destination known for its natural beauty and cool climate. Taif boasts a rich history and cultural heritage, with several historical landmarks and attractions for visitors to explore. The city is home to the Shubra Palace, a historic palace that once served as the residence of the Saudi royal family during the summer months. Visitors can also explore the Al Rudaf Historic District, which features traditional Arabian architecture and historical buildings. Taif is surrounded by the majestic Sarawat Mountains, which offer stunning panoramic views of the city and its surroundings. Visitors can take a scenic drive through the mountains, stopping at viewpoints to admire the breathtaking vistas and take photographs. The rugged terrain surrounding Taif offers opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing, and mountain biking. The Al Hada Mountains, in particular, are popular among adventure enthusiasts for their challenging trails and stunning scenery. Taif is known for its delicious cuisine, which features a blend of traditional Arabian dishes and international flavors. Visitors can sample local specialties such as Mandi (a traditional rice and meat dish), Kabsa (a spiced rice dish with meat), and traditional Arabic sweets such as Luqaimat and Kunafa. Overall, Taif offers a unique travel experience with its cool climate, stunning natural landscapes, rich history, and cultural heritage. Whether you're exploring the city's lush gardens, enjoying scenic mountain views, or sampling delicious Arabian cuisine, Taif promises an unforgettable journey in the heart of Saudi Arabia. read more read less
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Jeddah - Tour
Jeddah
₹ 41,184
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Jeddah
₹ 41,184
Jeddah boasts a rich history dating back thousands of years, with several historical landmarks that showcase its cultural heritage. The Al-Balad district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, features traditional Arabian architecture, historic buildings, and ancient souks (markets) where visitors can explore and shop for traditional goods. Jeddah is renowned for its unique architectural style, characterized by intricately decorated buildings, ornate wooden balconies, and coral stone houses. The city is home to several iconic landmarks, including the Jeddah Corniche, a picturesque seaside promenade lined with palm trees, parks, and sculptures. The King Fahd Fountain, one of the tallest fountains in the world, is another architectural marvel located along the Corniche. Jeddah offers a variety of cultural attractions for visitors to explore. The Jeddah Sculpture Museum, located along the Corniche, features a collection of modern and contemporary sculptures by renowned artists from around the world. The Nassif House Museum, a historic Ottoman-style house, offers insights into Jeddah's cultural heritage and history. Jeddah is a shopper's paradise, with a variety of shopping options ranging from modern malls to traditional souks. The Red Sea Mall, Mall of Arabia, and Jeddah Mall are popular destinations for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Visitors can also explore traditional souks such as the Al-Balad Souk and the Souk Al-Alawi, where they can shop for traditional goods, handicrafts, and souvenirs. Jeddah offers a diverse culinary scene with a wide range of international and local cuisines. Visitors can sample traditional Saudi Arabian dishes such as Mandi (spiced rice with meat), Kabsa (a rice dish with meat), and traditional Arabic sweets such as Baklava and Kunafa. The city is also known for its seafood restaurants, which offer fresh and delicious seafood dishes. Overall, Jeddah offers a unique travel experience with its rich history, stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and diverse range of attractions and activities. Whether you're exploring historical landmarks, shopping in bustling markets, or enjoying outdoor adventures, Jeddah promises an unforgettable journey in the heart of Saudi Arabia.   read more read less
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Riyadh - Tour
Riyadh
₹ 58,079
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Riyadh
₹ 58,079
 Riyadh is home to several historical and cultural landmarks that offer insights into the country's rich heritage. The Masmak Fortress, a historic mud-brick fortress in the heart of the city, provides a glimpse into Riyadh's past as a traditional Arabian settlement. The National Museum of Saudi Arabia showcases the country's history, culture, and heritage through its extensive collection of artifacts and exhibits. Riyadh is known for its impressive modern architecture, including iconic skyscrapers, luxury hotels, and contemporary landmarks. The Kingdom Centre Tower, with its distinctive design and observation deck offering panoramic views of the city, is a must-visit attraction. The King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) is another architectural marvel, featuring sleek skyscrapers and futuristic designs. Riyadh offers a variety of cultural and entertainment venues for visitors to explore. The Diriyah Historical District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located just outside Riyadh, offers a glimpse into Saudi Arabia's cultural and architectural heritage. The Riyadh Season, an annual cultural and entertainment festival, features live performances, art installations, and culinary events that showcase the city's vibrant cultural scene. Riyadh boasts a vibrant shopping and dining scene, with modern malls, traditional souks, and upscale restaurants offering a variety of shopping and dining experiences. The Riyadh Gallery Mall, Kingdom Centre Mall, and Al Nakheel Mall are popular destinations for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Visitors can also explore traditional souks such as the Al Zal Souk and the Al Batha Souk, where they can shop for traditional handicrafts, spices, and textiles. Riyadh offers a variety of outdoor activities for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. The Wadi Hanifah, a picturesque valley located on the outskirts of the city, offers hiking trails, picnic areas, and stunning natural scenery. The Riyadh Zoo and Riyadh's many parks and green spaces provide opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation.Riyadh offers visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in Saudi Arabian culture and hospitality. From sampling traditional Saudi Arabian cuisine to experiencing traditional music and dance performances, visitors can engage with the local culture and create meaningful cultural exchanges. Overall, Riyadh offers a unique travel experience with its blend of tradition and modernity, rich cultural heritage, vibrant atmosphere, and diverse range of attractions and activities. Whether you're exploring historical landmarks, shopping in modern malls, or enjoying outdoor adventures, Riyadh promises an unforgettable journey in the heart of Saudi Arabia.   read more read less
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