Discover the untamed wilderness of the Rub' Al Khali, wander the bustling lanes of Jeddah’s oldest souks, and dive among the technicolour reefs of the Red Sea. Welcome to Saudi Arabia: one of the most beautiful and diverse destinations on Earth.
If you like adventure in your vacations, there are few places that offer breathtaking views and unique experiences like Saudi. Here’s what you need to see!
One of the most breathtaking attractions of Saudi are simple sunsets that highlight the kingdom’s wonder. Check out these 10 spots for sunsets in the KSA!
Trade the city for the forest with an overnight camping trip to this beautiful reserve.
From dune bashing to camping under a canopy of stars, experience the best of Jeddah’s desert.
Measuring 4km wide and 250-meters deep, the sprawling Al Wahba crater is one of Saudi Arabia’s most dramatic natural wonders: a vast hollow with an opaque lake at its heart.
The Eastern Province extends from the rippling waters of the Arabian Gulf to the untamed depths of the Rub Al Khali desert.
If Riyadh wasn’t your first pick for an up-close encounter with a cheetah, a trip to Nofa Wildlife Park will change your mind.
The Edge of the World is aptly named and can be reached through a trail that runs along a ridge of the Tuwaiq escarpment.
With a wealth of world-class dive sites along its coastline, Saudi Arabia represents one of the most exciting diving destinations.
From the moment you land, this itinerary will help you navigate through the best attractions of Saudi's summer capital.
Make a night-time trip to enjoy the illuminated spectacle of the world’s tallest fountain.
Mesmerizing sea life is on show at this family-friendly attraction.
If you need a break from the hustle and bustle, Al Kharrarah National Park, located on the outskirts of Riyadh, should be top of your list.
Enjoy sensational views from the 99th floor of this Riyadh skyscraper.
Forget tedious textbook-based science lessons, the Science and Technology Centre (SCITECH) is home to interactive and immersive exhibits.
Jeddah may be the cultural capital of Saudi Arabia but it also boasts some of the country’s most spectacular private beaches.
Want to take something back home with you to remember your time in Saudi Arabia? Check out this guide for five ideas of souvenirs you won’t want to pass on!
Do you know the hottest city in Saudi? Are you ready for rain or snow? Learn what you can expect from Saudi’s weather and climate on your trip to the KSA.
With distinct woody notes, oud fragrances are unmistakable. Learn how oud is made, the history of oud, and how oud has become a central part of Saudi culture.
One of the most quintessential ingredients in Saudi cuisine are dates. Learn about Saudi Arabia’s dates and the cultural relevance of the food in the KSA.
One of the focuses of Saudi’s Vision 2030 plan is tourism. We take a second to look at Saudi tourism and what it may be like in the coming years.
Saudi Arabia’s comics offer a unique perspective and wit. Check out Jeddah’s AlComedy Club, and the Saudi comedians serving audiences laughs like never before.
One of Saudi’s key focuses is making the kingdom a more eco-friendly place. Here are three green tourism attractions in Saudi Arabia you won’t want to miss!
Falconry is one of the most unique cultural heritages of Saudi Arabia. Uncover the kingdom’s history of falconry training, and learn how falconry exists today.
Over the past few years, women have become more prominent in Saudi sports. Learn about the Saudi women of sports who are pushing the limits of the game.
With blends of spices, grains and more, traditional food in Saudi Arabia is an unforgettable experience. Read more about the culture behind the cuisine!
One of the local delicacies of Saudi Arabia are the olives grown in the Al Jouf region. Get info and learn how you can taste the olives for yourself.
Perfumes and fragrances are prominent parts of Saudi culture. Make sure you check out these spots in your travels to find the Saudi perfume or fragrance for you!
Revel in a day or night at the races in Saudi’s horse racing heartland.
For souq shopping at its best, take a trip to this colorful traditional market.
Experience the magic of AlUla while enjoying world-class performances.
Head to the famous Central Fish Market for bustle, bargains and Jeddah’s best fish.
When it comes to sport in Saudi Arabia, football is the main event. Five World Cup appearances as well as three AFC Asian Cup titles in 1984, 1988 and 1996, have confirmed the kingdom as a leading regional light.
Riyadh is no stranger to big brands, but look past the city’s sprawling shopping malls and you’ll find an enticing undercurrent of concept stores to explore.