Distinguished recreational activities in the Kingdom


Distinguished recreational activities in the Kingdom

There are many unique recreational activities that you can be keen to visit in the Kingdom. Sponsoring delegations seeks to present everything that is new and distinctive to you and your guests.

We provide many services to all delegations, regardless of their number or purpose of the visit, including providing a service to transport guests within the Kingdom. which you can order from here.

The return of tourism since August 1, 2021

The Ministry of Tourism announced that the Kingdom would open its doors to tourists, and lift the suspension of entry for tourist visa holders, starting from August 1, 2021. In sponsoring the delegations, we mention some of the special places in the Kingdom.


Unexpected Saudi recreational activities

Beekeeping in the courtyard

Each year, 800 tons of honey are produced in 125,000 beehives distributed in the Al Baha region in southwestern Saudi Arabia. With its richness with trees and a variety of flowers, the courtyard is an ideal location for beekeeping. Head there in July for the annual honey festival, or take some honey with you on your way back as a gift or souvenir.

Sand waterfalls in the desert

Picture a waterfall made of sand. This is the closest description of a sandy waterfall. Although this natural phenomenon is rare, it has been observed in Saudi Arabia in the Aflaj and outside Riyadh, and its occurrence is usually associated with heavy rain.

Giant Sculptures Park in Jeddah

Al Hamra Park is the largest open-air museum in Jeddah and a center for art and culture. Take advantage of the city’s mild winter weather and spend an afternoon contemplating more than 20 sculptures in this 7 square kilometer park on the Corniche, including works by prominent artists such as Henry Moore, Juan Miro, Maha Malluh and Alexander Calder.

Horse riding on the beach in King Abdullah Economic City

Visitors and locals can ride horses along the sea in King Abdullah Economic City. In 2020, the city began hosting the annual World of Moments festival where you can enjoy horseback riding or camping on the beach, as well as concerts, theater performances and desert adventures in buggies.

Camel caravans outside Riyadh

Historically, camels were famous for their importance in the Arabian Peninsula thanks to their role in the transportation of goods along the famous trade routes, particularly the Silk Road and the Incense Road. Head 70 kilometers east of Riyadh towards Al Reem Reserve to meet these animals up close. Book a camel caravan tour there, and when you return, explore the reserve’s falconry and Bedouin camping experiences.

A giant cube covered with mirrors in the desert of AlUla

In the middle of the Saudi desert lies “Maraya”, a 5,000 square meter cubic structure covered in mirrors that reflects stunning views of the surrounding desert land. This art facility built in the AlUla region is also used to host cultural events, such as concerts, immersive theatrical performances and interactive exhibitions.

Snow in the charming mountains of Tabuk

If you want to see snow in Saudi Arabia, head to Jabal Al-Lawz, the highest mountain in Tabuk Governorate. Perhaps Jebel Al-Lawz is the only place in the Kingdom that witnesses snowfall every year. Go on a hike to explore the 2,549m high mountain and see the rock drawings of an extinct species of cattle.

The tallest fountain in the world in Jeddah

Wherever you are in Jeddah, you can see the tallest fountain in the world. The King Fahd Fountain shoots a water beam into the air with a height of 312 meters and a speed of 375 km per hour. It has been included in the Guinness Book of Records. Stroll along the Corniche in the evening to see this saltwater fountain illuminated by more than 500 lights.

One of the largest flower festivals in the world in Yanbu

Spend time in the midst of a record number of flowers at the Yanbu Flower Festival. It is held annually from late winter to early spring in Yanbu. This festival entered the Guinness Book of Records twice (in 2014 and 2017 for the largest carpet made of flowers). It also features family-friendly activities including a butterfly exhibit, a strawberry mini farm, amusement park rides, food and fireworks.

The world’s fastest fish in the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is one of the few destinations that allows scuba divers to see the world’s fastest fish. The only sailfish the speed of this very rare fish reaches about 109 km per hour. It is one of the 1,200 species of fish that inhabit the Red Sea. Whether you are visiting Jeddah, King Abdullah Economic City or Yanbu, you can easily find scuba diving or snorkeling tours.


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