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Saudi Arabia Tour By Bahrain Fun Tours W.L.L

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Saudi Arabia Trip

Saudi Arabia Tours

1. East Saudi Arabia Cities (Bahrain Historical State):

Qatif:

Qatif or Al-Qatif is a governorate and urban area located in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia. It extends from Ras Tanura and Jubail in the north to Dammam in the south, and from the Arabian Gulf or Bahrain Historic Gulf in the east to King Fahd International Airport in the west. This region has its own municipality and includes the Qatif downtown, Safwa, Saihat, Tarout Island, Ras Tanora, Dammam, Khobar and many other smaller very old cities and new towns.

Qatif is one of the oldest settlements in Eastern Arabia; its history goes back to 3500 BC, more than 5000 years ago, and was part of the Bahrain historical Region which was called Dilmun before Islam, and the Sumerians knew it as the land of paradise, immortality, and life. Before the discovery of oil, Qatifi people used to work as merchants, farmers, and fishermen. However, Since the development of the oil fields in the late 1940s, Qatif expand to be bigger in new town of Ad-Dammam & Khobar, and it has the biggest commercial port in Dammam, also it has the biggest oil port in Ras Tanora.

Dammam:

The commercial capital of Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, Dammam has tranquil views and a bustling infrastructure.

Khobar:

The city shares a similar history with Dammam. In the early 1930s, Khobar was mainly a fishing hamlet. The Khobar Governorate was incorporated in 1942 and with the discovery of oil in nearby areas.

Dhahran:

Dhahran was settled after 1938, the year oil was discovered in the vicinity.  ARAMCO (then the Arabian American Oil Company, today’s Saudi Aramco) built various residential areas, known as camps, to house the company’s oil workers (and in some cases their families) in what was then a remote part of the desert.

Ras Tanura:

The name Ras Tanura applies both to a gated Saudi Aramco employee compound, and to an industrial area further out on the peninsula that serves as a major oil port and oil operations center for Saudi Aramco, the largest oil company in the world. Today, the compound has about 3,200 residents.

Al-Ahsa

Al-Ahsa Oasis is inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

With uniqueness, nature produces one of its miracles in Al-Ahsa, in eastern Saudi Arabia, it was part of Bahrain historical state with called Dilmun before Islam. Among the sands of the Empty Quarter, a green oasis emerges, with farms spread over an area of 20,000 hectares, which export the tastiest dates. Today, it is the largest oasis in the world, according to the Guinness Book of Records.

A visit to the Al-Ahsa Oasis is like wandering through an art gallery, in which the captivating components of nature intertwine, creating an image unlike any other in the world. Your feet take you to discover its lush greenery, your eyes enjoy the magnificence of its rocky mountain formations, and your ears listen to the sound of the flow of running springs. Nor will you be able to resist the charm of the archaeological sites, which tell stories dating back thousands of years.

2. Center of Saudi Arabia (Najd Historical State):

Riyadh

Often referred to as Saudi’s capital of culture, Riyadh showcases the KSA’s beauty and wonder. Learn more about Riyadh’s history, culture and cuisine.

It is the capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia. It is also the capital of the Riyadh Province and the centre of the Riyadh Governorate.

It is the largest city on the Arabian Peninsula, and is situated in the center of the an-Nafud desert, on the eastern part of the Najd plateau. The city sits at an average of 600 meters (2,000 ft) above sea level, and receives around 5 million tourists each year.  Riyadh had a population of 7.0 million people in 2022, making it the most-populous city in Saudi Arabia.

3. Western side of Saudi Arabia (Hejaz Historical State):

Jeddah:

One of the most lavish ports in all of Saudi Arabia, Jeddah showcases the beauty of the KSA.

Jeddah is a port city in Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia, located along the Red Sea coast in the Hejaz region. Jeddah is the commercial center of the country and it has the biggest port in red sea . It is not known when Jeddah was founded, but Jeddah’s prominence grew in 647 when the Caliph Uthman made it a travel hub serving Muslim travelers going to the holy city of Mecca for Islamic pilgrimage. Since those times, Jeddah has served as the gateway for millions of pilgrims who have arrived in Saudi Arabia, traditionally by sea and recently by air.

Makkah al-Mukarramah (Mecco):

Mecca; Officially Makkah al-Mukarramah, commonly shortened to Makkah is the capital of Makkah Province in the Hejaz region of western Saudi Arabia and the holiest city in Islam. It is 70 km (43 mi) inland from Jeddah on the Red Sea, in a narrow valley 277 m (909 ft) above sea level. Its last recorded population was 1,578,722 in 2015. Its estimated metropolitan population in 2020 is 2.042 million, making it the third-most populated city in Saudi Arabia after Riyadh and Jeddah. Pilgrims more than triple this number every year during the Ḥajj pilgrimage, observed in the twelfth Hijri month of Dhūl-Ḥijjah.

Mecca is generally considered “the fountainhead and cradle of Islam”.  Mecca is revered in Islam as the birthplace of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The Hira cave atop the Jabal al-Nur (“Mountain of Light”), just outside the city, is where Muslims believe the Quran was first revealed to Muhammad. Visiting Mecca for the Ḥajj is an obligation upon all able Muslims. The Great Mosque of Mecca, known as the Masjid al-Haram, is home to the Ka’bah, which have been built by Abraham and Ishmael as mention in Quran (The Gad Holly Book). It is Islam’s holiest site and the direction of prayer (qibla) for all Muslims worldwide.

Madina:

Medina, officially Al-Madinah al-Munawwarah, it means ‘The Enlightened City’, it is the capital of Medina Province in the Hejaz region of western Saudi Arabia. One of the most sacred cities in Islam, the estimated population as of 2020 is 1,488,782, making it the fifth-most populous city in the country.  Located at the core of the Medina Province in the western reaches of the country, the city is distributed over 589 km2 (227 sq mi), of which 293 km2 (113 sq mi) constitutes the city’s urban area, while the rest is occupied by the Hejaz Mountains, empty valleys, agricultural spaces and older dormant volcanoes.

AlUla:

Offering a unique blend of historic and contemporary experiences, AlUla is a must-stop for people looking to immerse themselves in the culture of Saudi Arabia.

Al-‘Ula is an ancient Arabic oasis city located in Medina Province, Saudi Arabia. Situated in the Hejaz, a region that features prominently in the history of Islam as well as several pre-Islamic Semitic civilizations, Al-‘Ula was a market city on the historic incense route that linked India and the Gulf to the Levant and Europe.

The immediate vicinity contains a unique concentration of precious artifacts, including well-preserved ancient stone inscriptions that illustrate the development of the Arabic language, and a concentration of rock dwellings and tombs that date from the Nabatean and Dedanite periods that coincided with Greco-Roman influence during classical antiquity. Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hegra (also known as Al-Hijr, or Mada’in Salih), is located 22 km (14 mi) north of the city, in Al-‘Ula governorate. Built more than 2,000 years ago by the Nabataeans, Hegra is often compared with its sister city of Petra, in Jordan. Meanwhile, the ancient walled city of Al-‘Ula (“Old Town”), situated near the oasis that allowed for its settlement, contains a dense cluster of mud-brick and stone houses. Al-‘Ula was also the capital of the ancient Lihyanites (Dedanites).

4. Southwest of Saudi Arabia:

Asir:

ʿAsir in the southwest of Saudi Arabia, which is named after the ʿAsīr tribe. It has an area of 76,693 square kilometres (29,611 sq mi), and an estimated population of 2,211,875 (in 2017). ‘Asir is surrounded by Mecca Province to the north and west, Al-Bahah Province to the northwest, Riyadh Province to the northeast, Najran Province to the southeast, and Jazan Province and the Yemeni Muhafazah.

Historically, ʿAsir was known for producing coffee, wheat, alfalfa, barley, senna, and frankincense. Wheat was grown in the summer and sesame has been grown in wetter areas of the region.   Straw was used to make mats, hats, and baskets. Tribes in the area also wove tents from straw.

Abha:

Start discovering Abha with all your senses

At an altitude of 2,200 m between the peaks of the Sarawat Mountains, Abha, is ideally located in southwestern region of Saudi Arabia. Its exceptional location allows you to embrace the clouds and wonder around its mountaintops. While consumed with astonishment and amusement, you will feel like time traveling hundreds of years back in time as you stumble upon castles and palaces built from the elements taken from their unspoiled environment.   Making your way through the fog, even in summertime, you will easily find its plains and cliffs and its rich diversity. You will get a chance to learn closely about the artistic community, and how, hundreds of years ago, women extracted the bright colors from trees and stones to redecorate the spaces and embellish their houses with, a type of abstract art, traditional Qatt Al Aseeri, which is now recognized as a global symbol that expresses man and place. In Abha, you can enjoy listening to old tales, as you wander around ancient houses that date back to hundreds of years ago. These have been turned into museums by their owners and made available for the world to experience. During your tour, you can have a taste of the past by the diverse selection of traditional dishes offered by museum owners as a rich sensory experience to top your visit. Make sure to get souvenirs engraved with Al-Qatt Al-Aseeri art, which is listed by UNESCO in 2017 on its list of intangible cultural heritage, before you leave. This way, you will leave with Abha deeply engraved in your memory.

Jazan:

Jazan – Authentic cultural mix

Jazan is characterized by a stunning geographic, environmental, and cultural diversity. As soon as you embark on a journey to explore this enchanting coastal region, which stretches for 200 kilometers along the Red Sea coast, you will discover exciting experiences, ranging from scuba diving to climbing Al Qahr and Fifa Mountains. The region is known for producing the finest tropical fruits, such as mangoes, bananas, papayas, and figs. Jazan allows you to enjoy the breathtaking nature on Farasan Islands, which are registered in the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Program. The region also includes historical monuments that date back to 8,000 BC, in addition to a number of promising industrial projects. Jazan has multiple dimensions of life, where modern life coexists with traditional villages that are rich in authentic traditions. The hospitable people of Jazan radiate a captivating simplicity, welcoming visitors with utmost warmth and kindness, while adhering to a mesmerizing traditional culture, reflected in their vibrant colors that appear in their clothing and architectural patterns. The locals adorn their heads with fragrant white jasmine flowers. Jazan’s cuisine offers the most delicious local dishes in Saudi Arabia, where fresh ingredients are cooked skillfully using traditional tools to produce extremely appetizing meals.

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