9 Days Holiday to Saudi Arabia
$1940   / Per Person

9 Days

Min. Pax

02 Pax

Tour Type

Adventure, Fun


Saudi Arabia

A Land of Rich Heritage and Modern Marvels

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9 Days Holiday to Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia, a country of great historical significance and cultural diversity, is located in the center of the Middle East. The kingdom is the largest nation on the Arabian Peninsula, with a terrain made up mostly of lowlands, immense deserts, and beaches along the Persian and Red Seas. Saudi Arabia, which is home to the holy towns of Mecca and Medina, is regarded as the birthplace of Islam. It is ruled by the Saud family, whose alliance stretches back to the 18th century.

The king has a very important religious role as the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques. Beyond its religious legacy, Saudi Arabia has embraced modernity, as shown by the futuristic cityscapes of Jeddah and Riyadh, which highlight the country’s dedication to economic diversification and technological growth. This country welcomes visitors to explore its many landscapes, learn about its rich history, and experience the vibrant spirit of a country at the intersection of tradition and innovation. Its blend of ancient customs and modern progress makes it an ideal destination for travelers.

Package Information

Upon arrival at Riyadh International Airport, our representative will greet and guide the guests to their air-conditioned vehicle for their hotel transfer, following the completion of visa and immigration requirements. Spend the night in Riyadh

Breakfast at the hotel. Our tour of mysterious Riyadh will begin with a visit to the National Museum, which serves as the main repository for Saudi Arabia's cultural legacy. The Museum provides an overview of the history of Arabian civilization from Prehistory to the present. It is a place of study and discovery. After that, we proceed to the adjacent Murabba Palace, one of the city's historic structures (outside visit as in reconstruction). The 400 by 400-meter square that served as the palace's form gave rise to its name.

Next, we're going to have lunch at a typical Saudi restaurant in the area. We will visit the Masmak Fort and its museum in the afternoon to continue our tour of the enigmatic city of Riyadh. The museum features historical artifacts related to the Al-Saud family's conquest of Arabia.

The palace was constructed in 1895 A.D., during Abdullah bin Rashid's reign. to act as a military outpost for the army of Abdullah bin Rashid. The third Saudi Kingdom - the one we live in today - was founded when His Majesty King Abdulaziz, the father of the country, took control of the fort in 1902. We will pass the Kingdom Tower and the Faisaliah and head back to your accommodation at the end of the afternoon. After dinner, spend the night in Riyadh at leisure.

Breakfast at the hotel. We leave this morning for the railway station in Riyadh and board the brand-new train headed for Ha'il. With the freshly built railway link, we can get to Ha'il in less than five hours. Situated at the base of the majestic Shammar mountain range, which bears the same name as a sizable northern Arabian tribe, is the city of Ha'il. Home to many friendly people, Ha'il has long been the residence of Saudi Arabia's poets and authors. Ha'il has an intriguing fact: the majority of the 19th-century European explorers, including Charles Doughty, Lady Blunt, Charles Huber, and Julius Euting, traveled through this city. leisurely lunch.

We'll make the transport to our accommodation after we arrive. We will visit the A'Arif Fort and the adjacent heritage museum because it will be early afternoon in Ha'il. After that, we'll take a stroll through the traditional market to browse the local fare. We'll also go by the Ha'il Regional Museum, and if it's open, we'll stop in to take a look at its exhibits. Supper and Spend the Night in Ha'il.

Breakfast at the hotel. We will begin our trek to Jubbah, which is situated on an old lake, this morning. Around the edge of the paleolake, numerous Middle Paleolithic archeological sites indicating human habitation have been discovered. Large sandstone outcrops containing numerous ancient petroglyphs and inscriptions around Jubbah. Jubbah profited from previous wet periods that transformed the dry Arabian Peninsula into an African savannah.

The African monsoon rains filled rivers and lakes during the last humid period, which occurred between the 10th and the 6th millennium BCE, fostering a thriving wildlife population. Even though the desertification that began in the sixth millennium BCE caused the creatures that once lived there to become extinct, certain men were able to permanently establish their presence in Jubbah through the carving of lions, cheetahs, and aurochs.There are still traces of those designs on a number of sandstone outcrops, including the Jebel Umm Sanman. Due to its abundance of petroglyph panels and intricate inscriptions, Jubbah and Shuwaymis, the other significant carving site in Hail Province, were inducted as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2015.

The best desert experiences in the world may be found in the area between Ha'il and Al-Ula.Our route will take us across the well-known Nefud Al Kabir desert, whose name translates to "great extent of sand dunes." It has a 103,600 square kilometer area and measures 290 kilometers long by 225 kilometers wide. leisurely lunch. We carry on toward the well-known Al Ula region. We get to our superbly situated hotel in the early evening and check in to make ourselves comfortable for the night. Overnight and dinner in Al-Ula.

Breakfast at the hotel. According to prehistoric sculptures inside and outside the oasis, Al-Ula is an old oasis that has been inhabited for the previous 7000 years. Due to its advantageous location on the frankincense trade route, the city of Dedan grows over the first millennium BCE and becomes one of the oldest Arabian kingdoms, ruling over the majority of what is now the provinces of Tabuk and Madinah. The Nabatean people, who originated in Petra, settled in Al-Hijr thirty kilometers north of Dedan during the first century BCE. There, they constructed ninety-four enormous tombs that resembled the ones they had excavated in Petra.

Our exciting day will begin with a visit to two historic carving sites in Al-Ula. Next, we'll go by the ancient city of Dedan, which was a major oasis on the route used to trade frankincense between Southern Arabia and the Mediterranean region. Finally, we'll go to the ancient sites of Ekma, where the residents of the oasis left written texts in antiquated scripts, which we will interpret for you. After our visit, we'll have a free lunch. We proceed to Jebel Al-Fil to spend some leisure time by the "Elephant rock." Afterwards, dinner and lodging at Al-Ula.

Breakfast at the hotel. We will begin our adventure today with a visit to the well-known Hegra (Madain Saleh), which is the first Saudi Arabian landmark to be inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List. Madain Saleh, originally known as Al-Hijr or Hegra in Greek, was the most significant city in the southern region of the Nabatean Kingdom. From the second century BCE until the Roman invasion in 106 CE, the city thrived due to the caravan commerce. With 94 elaborately adorned burial monuments, including some of the most colorful and well-preserved examples of Nabatean architectural mastery, it is the second wealthiest city in Nabatea in terms of massive tombs.

We will guide you around this intriguing location and share with you the mysteries of its stone constructions, graves, and old inscriptions, among many other things. After our visit, we'll have lunch at our leisure before moving on to the Old City of Al-Ula, which at the start of the Islamic era developed into a significant stopping point on the Mecca pilgrimage route. We will travel via the former HIJAZ line railway as we head towards the city of MEDINA. Check in upon arrival. Supper and the night in the medical.

Breakfast at the hotel. We are going to the holy city of Medina this morning.The enormous Al-Masjid an-Nabawi (Prophet's Mosque) in the city center is a significant Islamic pilgrimage site. Above the tombs of the Prophet Muhammad and the early Islamic leaders Abu Bakr and Umar stands the remarkable Green Dome. It is well knowledge that the Prophet Muhammad received the order to shift the direction of prayer to Mecca in the Masjid al-Qiblatain, also known as the Qiblatain Mosque.

With the exception of the places of religious pilgrimage, we will ONLY tour the city's outskirts. The day will end with a quick stroll close to Mount Uhud. Additionally, we will go to the DAR AL MADINA museum, which tells the story of Islam and the life of the prophet.After that, we set out for Jeddah, where we will arrive at after a five-hour journey. Visit the Abdul Raouf Khalil Museum, which showcases the region's and Arabian past, after arriving in Jeddah. An exceptional website, Register at the hotel. Dinner and Stay in Jeddah

Breakfast at your hotel. We'll give it to old Jeddah. We're going to have a great day strolling through the historic district of Al-Balad.This Old Town walking tour will lead you to all the lesser-known but equally important local attractions, such as the Old Market's secret treasures, Old Jeddah's hidden galleries, and the traditional cuisine that is exclusively available to residents. Visitors to Al-Balad will be shown Beit Nassif (from the exterior), one of the well-known restored buildings in the ancient city that was built in the middle of the 1800s.

The five-story structure offers guests a unique chance to witness the fusion of modern and traditional architectural styles. leisurely lunch. We'll travel by the Al Rahmah Mosque, also referred to as "The Floating Mosque." This architectural wonder, with its single dome perched right on the water, represents Jeddah's audacious entry into the modern period. Occupying a prime spot, the mosque's courtyard provides unobstructed views of the Red Sea.

The Jeddah Corniche, a 30-kilometer stretch of the city's coastline, will mark the conclusion of our visit. A coastal road, green spaces, pavilions, massive public sculptures, and the world's tallest fountain, King Fahd's Fountain, may all be found along the Red Sea's corniche. After that, we'll go to a typical Saudi restaurant for dinner and spend the night in Jeddah.

Breakfast at your hotel, Transfer to Jeddah International airport for your departure flight

Package Inclusions
  • 08 nights’ Accommodation on a bed & breakfast meal plan
  • Guide Assistance
  • Airport arrival and departure transfer
  • Tour operated in English only
  • Standard

    • Grand Plaza Hotel or similar, Riyadh
    • Sahary or similar, Al Ula
    • Delights Inn or similar, MEDINA
    • Golden Tulip Hotel or similar, Al Hail
    • Ramada Continental or similar, Jeddah


    • Crowne Plaza Palace or similar, Riyadh
    • SHADEN hotel or similar, Al Ula
    • Le Méridien Medina or similar, MEDINA
    • Holiday Villa Hail or similar, Al Hail
    • Movenpick Tahliah hotel or similar, Jeddah
Cancellation Policy
  • Up to 30 days before arrival: no fees
  • From 21 days before arrival: 10%
  • From 14 days before arrival: 25%
  • From 7 days before arrival: 50%
  • 2 days before arrival: 100%
Departure On TuesdayOff SeasonPeak Season
Apr - 2419$1,920 pp$2,470 pp
May - 2410$1,920 pp$2,470 pp
Jun - 247$1,920 pp$2,470 pp
Sep - 246, 20$1,920 pp$2,470 pp
Oct - 24 4,18$2,150 pp$2,750 pp
Nov - 241, 15$2,150 pp$2,750 pp
Dec - 246, 27*$2,150 pp$2,750 pp
Single Supplement $705 $820 $773$935
Triple Reduction -$60-$50 -$60-$50
Child PolicyChild below 12Yrs - 30% Discount
Supplement NY*Ramadan 2024 (10 March to 09 April)
Pre Nights
Grand Plaza Hotel or Similar - RiyadhSTDSGL $100 ppDBL $50 pp
Crown Plaza Palace or Similar - RiyadhDLXSGL $110 ppDBL $60 pp
Post Night - Jeddah
Ramada Continental or Similar - JeddahSTDSGL $100 ppDBL $50 pp
Movenpick Tahliah Hotel or Similar - JeddahDLXSGL $110 ppDBL $60 pp

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