Take a tour of traditional Arabian cuisine
When you take the time to learn about a place through its cuisine, food plays a significant role in your travel experience. You won't be let down by breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert if you arrange a trip to Saudi Arabia. The dining scene in Saudi Arabia is vibrant, diverse, and top-notch. From delicious gourmet food to fragrant Arabic fare, there is something for everyone.
Shop like a local in the Deira Souq in Riyadh
You might come upon an antique market that has become a local institution in many places all over the world. It is the Deira Souq in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. You may find Persian carpets, Cambodian incense, Korean speakers, Egyptian cotton pajamas, and speakers made in Korea here.
Hike to The Edge of The World
The moniker Jebel Fihrayn, often known as The Edge of the World, is appropriate. It is a section of the enormous Tuwaiq cliffs, which span more than 600 kilometers in central Saudi Arabia and are around 90 minutes' drive from Riyadh. These breathtaking views, which also helped it become one of Riyadh's most popular tourist destinations, gave the place its name. You can book your Riyadh tour package to enjoy your weekend.
Explore the rose gardens in Taif
The largest exporter of perfumes in the Arab World is the ancient city of Taif. The flowers Taif produces have given rise to a distinctive perfume aroma known as "Taifi," or "of Taif origin," as a result of Taif's warm climate and hilly topography. In order to create a distinctive Taifi perfume smell, which is regarded as one of the most exquisite in the world, the aroma has also been developed from roses. These flowers' byproducts are also used to generate rosewater and rose oil.
Swimming and Diving in the Red Sea
The world beneath Saudi Arabia's Red Sea is the last unexplored and pristine frontier of diving. Saudi Arabia is home to fascinating and uncharted diving locations for adventure tourists. Saudi is home to more than 1,200 kinds of fish, 20% of which are found only in the Red Sea.
Viewing the stars from Moon Mountain
A journey to the outskirts of Jeddah ought to be at the top of travelers' lists whether they want to enjoy stargazing beneath pitch-black night skies or ride across undulating dunes. Travelers of all stripes are drawn to this region of Arabia because of its unusual outcrops, pitted dunes, and solitary sands.
Travel through time in AlUla
AlUla, a remote region of Saudi Arabia's northwest, is home to the country's first UNESCO World Heritage site. Visitors can access a wide range of adventure activities, magnificent natural rock formations and canyons, 7,000-year-old tombs, cutting-edge art installations, and amazing natural rock formations.