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A welcoming scent of roses from the city of roses, in its exceptional season, bringing you a whole month of excitement, fun and enthusiasm. Taif with its cultural authenticity, artistic heritage, and charming atmosphere is ready to welcome you. Join us in Taif season with Souk Okaz, Camel Festival, Roses Village, and Land Masters to enrich your experience with numerous exceptional activities, art events, entertainment and exciting competitions, which we bring you in an authentic Arab ambiance. Save the date for nature, fun and art like you have never experienced before!
It is the capital of Al Bahah Region, and is one of the Kingdom's prime tourist attractions. It enjoys a pleasant climate and is surrounded by more than forty forests, including Raghdan, al Zaraeb and Baidan. Al Baha is the headquarters of the Governor, local councils and branches of governmental departments. Receiving the state's special attention, the city of Al Baha abounds in educational, tourist and health institutions. It is considered the capital of the Ghamdi and Zahrani tribes in Saudi Arabia, and most of its inhabitants are from the native tribes.
Welcome to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, the center of government and the first destination for business. It is a city where the history of Saudi Arabia and the ancient heritage of Najd unite. Riyadh is famous for its gardens and..
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From the modernist skyline of Riyadh to the archaeological riches of Al Ula, the unspoiled corals of the Red Sea to the empty expanse of the Rub Al Khali, Saudi Arabia offers a stunningly wide range of things to do and see. And with tourist visas being re-introduced, the Kingdom is likely to become a must-visit destination for the discerning traveler. This comes at a time when the country is undergoing a rapid economic transformation, with tourism one of the key sectors in which the Kingdom is investing – including the building of a Red Sea resort which will encompass 50 islands on the country’s pristine west coast, and an extra 30,000 hotel rooms coming on line this year alone.