Traditional cuisine Tabuk
The region of Tabuk is a converging point of multiple cultures, resulting in a cuisine that is heavily influenced by its neighboring nations as well as the use of ingredients unique to its topography.
From ancient buildings dating back to the Nabatean period, historic artifacts from the Neo-Babylonian Empire, and pre-Islamic villages, Tabuk is a city with many stories to tell.
For years, the region of Tabuk has played host to pilgrims, merchants, and travelers. Once an ancient pilgrimage pitstop between Egypt, Jordan, and Madina, Tabuk has also witnessed settlements from the Byzantine Empire.
Heading south from Maqna or Wadi Al Disah, make a stop in Duba, the port city that locals refer to as the Pearl of the Red Sea.
Heritage, Exploring Tabuk
A variety of outdoor activities in Tabuk for nature lovers.