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Saudi Arabia Package

Price | INR 85,899

Saudi Arabia Package

09N | 10D
Destination Details

Saudi Arabia is a country with impressive achievements and became a popular tourist destination in recent years. This Middle East country has earned its popularity and for the next 10 days, we are going to visit the biggest cities with the most things to see and experience. We’ll land in Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia, and start with a full-day city tour, starting with historical areas of Diriyah and former royal district Al Turaif, before making our way to the city center and visit Riyadh’s tallest building, Kingdom Tower, and largest mosque, Al Rajhi Grand Mosque, as well as King Fahd National Library. From the metropolitan city, we make our way to the nature and go on tour to the “Second Edge of the World,” also known as Mount Tuwaiq to enjoy the view under. Experience the raw desert life as we hike the sandstone hills and converse with Bedouin camel herders, enjoy a traditional meal around a bonfire, stargazing in the desert, and learn about the desert culture. The rest of the trip will be spent in Jeddah, a flourishing port city, starting with the old town of Jeddah and see what the city used to look like 100-200 years ago. We’ll shop at the bustling souq of Gabel Street, and visit the famous mosques of the city. Jeddah is well-known for the nightlife and beachside entertainment, particularly in Obhur, which we won’t miss out! We’ll also hop on a day trip to Taif from Jeddah and explore the old aesthetic stone houses that have been converted into Instagrammable cafes at Barhat Al Qazzaz Souq, and the luxurious resort city about Mecca which is the Al-Hada

  • Our representatives will be there when you arrive at Riyadh Airport to greet and transfer you to your hotel on a private-basis chartered car. Your trip immediately starts the moment you land as your guide will be explaining everything you need to know during your trip in Saudi Arabia such as dress codes, regulations, and fun facts that’ll ensure you have the best experience during your time here!
  • Welcome to the capital city of Saudi Arabia, formerly known as Hajr al-Yamamah. As the capital city, Riyadh has undergone a rapid development in recent years and serve as a business center, with multiple skyscrapers and landmarks sprawled across the desert plateau. The name Riyadh means “Gardens,” which refers to land’s history when it was once known as a fertile area, dotted with canals and dense forestry. The city is rich in history as multiple historical sites ranging from forts, to the country’s oldest university, King Saud University. You can also find many museums, palaces, and visit the shopping centers at Riyadh Gallery Mall, the Kingdom Centre Tower, or experience shopping like a local at the souqs, which is how Arabians call their street markets/bazaars.
  • If you have free time, feel free to explore the city before you return to your hotel for an overnight stay in Riyadh.
  • Breakfast at hotel and from the moment your tour starts, your guide will give you full attention. Once in the car, your Tour leader will talk to you about all the things on the way as well as other aspects of your tour that will interest you.
  • Start your tour visiting Diriyah, Historical Diriyah (visit only from outside) is your gateway to the past. It is the crib of Islah Dawah, the capital; of the first Saudi state and the city that ha witnessed the history of when Saudi Arabia was established. Diriyah, the birthplace of the first Saudi state, historical crossroads of pilgrims and traders, and home to one of the Kingdom’s most ambitious heritage developments. (some sites like the mud houses can be visited only from outside as there are some renovation works now)
  • Curved along the outskirts of Riyadh, and formed on the oasis that spilled from the banks of Wadi Hanifa, Ad Diriyah’s mud-brick walls once housed a thriving desert city that was a powerhouse of culture and commerce.  Its Al Turaif district, the area’s citadel-marked primary quarter, was the original seat of power for the Kingdom’s Al Saud family. In 1745, the city was named the country’s capital, laying the foundations for what would later become a unified Saudi Arabia. The ruins of Al Turaif were designated a UNESCO Heritage Site in 2010 and the area has since been the subject of a painstaking restoration plan aimed at bringing its historical legacy back to life. 
  • The Ad Diriyah’s Al Bujairy district is home to religious scholar Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab, its maze of twisting streets lead to low-lying mud huts that have been transformed into sparkling heritage sites.
  • Then you will visit Kingdom Tower or Mamlaka Tower the tallest building in the city which is located on the commercial strip in the Oalya district in Riyadh. This is the most famous tower in Riyadh. The shopping mall has lots of facilities and cafes to visit. Sky bridge Al Mamlaka at extra ticket a nice observation bridge where you can get magnificent panoramic view of the city. It has a number of restaurants and shops. 
  • Then make a photo stop at The Al Rajhi Grand Mosque. The largest mosque in Riyadh is both an architectural marvel and considered to be one of the most significant Islamic institutions in the city. The mosque holds two libraries, forensic science courses, an automated utility system, an 18,000-person capacity for the men’s hall and 2,500 for the women’s area.
  • At the end, you will visit The King Fahd National Library (photo stop)which is the legal deposit and copyright library for Saudi Arabia.  A hidden gym uniquely amazing architectural style for a library. This is Saudi’s National Library and strategically located at the city’s center. Its considered now a tourist destination (closed Sat-Fri). The library was established in 1983 in response to an initiative made by the people of Riyadh when King Fahd ascended the throne. 
  • Travel in comfort back to your hotel.
  • Enjoy your buffet breakfast today as we’ll be going on a hike to one of the most anticipated excursion trip in Riyadh: The Second Edge of the World. After breakfast, we’ll head out early in the morning to Mount Tuwaiq, and during the ride out, your tour guide will be explaining all you need to know on this trip, from the best way to experience the trip to things to watch out for and how to stay safe.
  • Once we’ve reached the hill, you’ll be able to enjoy a fascinating view below: the remains of dried rivers that seem to weave across the desert, the camels that trudge through the scorching land that seems to cover their tracks as soon as they’re made, and just an overall overwhelming view of the place.
  • Don’t forget to get some recommendations from your tour guide on where to catch your meals here. Explore the place to your heart’s content as the tour last for a day until you’re driven back to your hotel in an A/C car and spend the night in Riyadh.

After approximately one hour’s drive from the city of Riyadh, we arrive at an area with sandstone hills where we start our hike, exploring a trail that offers glimpses of the past, when people used to rely on groundwater and build fences with rocks to protect their livestock. Depending on the season we may meet and have the chance to speak to some Bedouin camel herders . Before sunset we enjoy dinner around a bonfire, which offers an opportunity to hear some of the Saudi stories, before we start our gazing into the sky to marvel at the constellations. We provide historical insights about the region and traditions of tribal society before we return to Riyadh 

After breakfast, we check-out and you’ll be transferred to the airport when the time comes for your departure. Your tour leader/driver will be assisting you throughout the process.

We will start our tour by visiting the Old Jeddah. Our guide will tell you the amazing stories about Jeddah and its surroundings .We will enjoy a wonderful walk in Al-Balad , the old part of the city .This walking tour of the old Town will take you along all the less known must-see local spots: Old Market hidden gems, Old Jeddah hidden galleries, local Jeddah food only for locals… While visiting Al-Balad, visitors will be taken to see Beit Nassif, one of the prominent renovated structures in the old city, which dates back to the mid 1800’s. The five-story building provides a rare opportunity for the visitors to experience the blend of traditional architecture with modernity. We will see also the Baghdadi house. We will also visit the Old gold market in Gabel street and the Ukash Mosque. We will end our tour driving towards the Jeddah Corniche which is the 30 km coastal resort area of the city of Jeddah. We will pass by the Al Rahmah Mosque. Located along the Red Sea, the corniche features a coastal road, recreation areas, pavilions and large-scale civic sculptures as well as King Fahd’s Fountain, the highest fountain in the world. l

Jeddah is a beautiful port city best known for the beaches. It won’t be complete without visiting the beautiful shores that make Jeddah one of the most popular destinations in Saudi Arabia. Particularly around the area of Obhur which is located on the north coastline of Jeddah. As the main sea tourism destination in Jeddah, it’s where you can see several clubs and sidesea restaurants where families and couples can visit. There are also monuments and attractions to see and take part with.


  • Our Taif tour in Jeddah starts from the downtown area of this cultural city where you can feel the life o the city the most. Visit the Barhat Al Qazzaz Souq, known for their beautiful aesthetic cafes inside old stone houses before visiting Al-Kaaki Palace, one of the most historically prominent palaces of Taif that was built in 1939. The palace was named after the renowned family here and was built by Muhammad Othman Al-Qurashi. This impressive home incorporated both Ottoman and Roman architecture across the 1,275 sqm and has over 40 rooms, 6 kitchens, and 10 toilets.
  • Then we’ll head out and visit Al-Hada Mountains, which has been turned into a resort city located above Mecca. Luxurious hotels and resort areas are built on the eastern slopes down the valley of Al-Sarawat mountains where you can enjoy the most exquisite view from the height with the holy city right below you. Al-Hada is also home to one of the longest cable cars in Saudi Arabia. We’ll also enjoy a delightful traditional meal at one of the local restaurants before heading back down. The road up and down the mountain is accompanied by beautiful natural rock formations, a rose farm and a perfume factory.
  • Once we’re down exploring this area, we’ll ride back to the city of Jeddah.
  • After breakfast, you’ll have the day for free in Jeddah to explore the town at your own pace. Whether that’s the Old Town Al-Balad or the majestic gates around the city, you get to choose how you want to spend the day.
  • Alternatively, you can take part in a Taif Tour with us, and we’ll fetch you from your hotel to drive for 2 hours to Taif. Taif is a stunning city located on the slopes of the Hijaz Mountains at 1,800m above sea level. They’re known for their fresh produce, particularly the citrus fruits such as figs, grapes, berries and pomegranates. Located near Mecca, the city is also known for the Shubra Palace that was built in the 20th century which has been converted into the Taif Regional Museum. You get to choose where and how you want to experience Taif. Simply share with us your thoughts and we’ll arrange the day for you. Overnight stay at Jeddah.

You will be transferred to airport for your onward journey.

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Important Note :

Cash Transactions Not Allowed in this Account. Our Payment Policies are very strictly, If on time Payments not Received then Bookings will be Cancelled Automatically and Cancellation Charges will be Apply as Per Cancellation Policy Domestic Land Packages upto 25 Days before departure Free Cancellation and International Packages upto 35 Days before Departure Free Cancellation*

Terms & Conditions:
  • All-inclusive meal plan commence with dinner on the arrival date and end with breakfast on the departure day.
  • Supplements may apply to speciality restaurants and premium menu items.
  • Children 11 years and above are considered as adults.
  • No Full Payment is required at the time of booking.
  • Scuba diving applies to certified divers only.

Frequently Asked Questions

The best span to visit Saudi Arabia is from November to February. This is the time when the weather is mild and the temperature remains average. Summer is the time to be avoided to visit Saudi Arabia. People, therefore, must avoid the span between April and October.

Price | INR 85,899

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