Saudi Arabia Tourism Summer Campaign - Regency Holidays

Discover the Wonders
of a Saudi Summer

Welcome to Saudi Arabia, a land where ancient history meets modern luxury. This summer, embark on a journey filled with breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and thrilling adventures. Whether you’re exploring the majestic mountains of Aseer, diving into the crystal-clear waters of the Red Sea, or wandering through the rose gardens of Taif, Saudi Arabia promises a summer vacation like no other.

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From Beautiful Beaches To Cool Mountain Tops

Explore Saudi Arabia's summer gems: The forests of Al Baha, the mountains of Aseer, the beaches of Jeddah and the Red Sea, the rose gardens of Taif, world-class golf courses at KAEC, and the vibrant mix of tradition and innovation in Riyadh.

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Located on the Red Sea coast within the Sarawat Mountains, which is Saudi Arabia’s longest mountain range. Aseer is a hidden gem – with a rich heritage, unique tourist locations, and a fruitful natural landscape. It is known for its breezy temperature, averaging 24°C during summer. 

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Indulge in a rich heritage recognized by UNESCO. From “Historical Jeddah” to the antique designs of balconies, stone walkways, and ancient sidewalks, Jeddah unearths secrets that have inspired artists, writers, pilgrims, and visitors alike for hundreds of years. Here, you will have a chance to see magnificent sunsets shimmering off the divine Red Sea shores as well as having magical diving experiences featuring untouched, colorful coral reefs. Whether on land or at sea, visitors won’t soon forget Jeddah’s many year-round splendors. 

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Taif is characterized by its year-long cool weather and is known as “the friend of the clouds”. It is located on the eastern slopes of the Sarawat Mountains and about 1,700 m above sea level. Taif is famous for producing fruit grapes, berries, pomegranates, and figs — and especially Taif Roses coveted for their lingering fragrance. 

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In the ever-growing and flourishing city of Riyadh, you will discover the birthplace of Saudi Arabia in Diriyah, along with historical treasures hidden in the historic palaces that witnessed the founding of the kingdom. It is a destination for tourists from all over the globe who wish to discover a world of shopping, entertainment, and business. 

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Al Baha  

Enjoy the jewel of the south among juniper, acacia, and olive trees. Al Baha Province in the south of Saudi is distinguished by its captivating nature. Visitors will encounter its stunning natural beauty including the Raghadan Forest, adorned with flowers, where fog embraces the summits of green mountains. Al Baha experiences moderate weather during summer days, and rainy winters, and the remnants of its rich history are still visible in the highlands. 

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Red Sea

Where luxury, sustainability, and innovation converge to redefine how hospitality is delivered. One of the world’s last true hidden treasures, The Red Sea in Saudi is surrounded by the world's fourth largest reef system and spans over 28,000 square - kilometers with an archipelago of more than 90 untouched islands, pristine beaches, dormant volcanos, sweeping desert dunes, mountain canyons, and historical cultural sites. 

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Discover a city of significant economic importance. King Abdullah Economic City boasts a modern lifestyle, destinations that encourage tranquillity and relaxation, and modern living essentials. It is covered with green spaces and features King Abdullah Port, the 2nd fastest-growing port in the world. In addition, there are family-friendly activities such as luxurious resorts, locally styled accommodations, and water activities on stunning beaches. The city's beautiful marine facade offers an exceptional experience that blends captivating natural components, featuring thrilling Outdoors that take your breath away such as scuba diving, rowing, and go-karting for thrill seekers. 

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Experience the spiritual journey of a lifetime by embarking on an unforgettable Umrah pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. Be captivated by the spirituality of the holy city of Mecca and other stunning destinations around it. Just a few minutes drive from Mecca you can explore the modernity of Jeddah and KAEC, visit the beautiful mountainous cities of Al Baha and Taif and the magnificence of the Red Sea, and end your trip at the Royal capital of Riyadh. Multi-Destination Inspirational Itinerary 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the culture in Saudi Arabia? 

The majestic country of Saudi Arabia practices rich Islamic culture and follows traditions. But once a historic trade hub, the country has undergone cultural transformations with time making it a perfect blend of antiquity and contemporary. Unmarried guests may now stay together in hotels, and females can also drive. 

What traditions are practiced in Saudi Arabia?

Tourists and locals should respect the traditions of Saudi Arabia. It includes turning off the music in public places during prayer times and many shops close for a brief interval. Eating or drinking in public places should be avoided during the sacred month of Ramadan out of respect for Muslims who fast from early morning to evening time. Tourists and locals should dress modestly.

How is the weather in Saudi Arabia?

Saudi Arabia experiences four different types of seasons from chilly winter in January to extremely hot and dry during August. The season is not always hot and varies from moderate to chilly winters during the year, making it a perfect holiday destination for tourists where they can enjoy all kinds of weather and indulge in numerous adventure activities.

How do you get around in Saudi Arabia?

Saudi Arabia connects different cities and provinces with various modes of transportation including trains, buses, car rentals, and taxis. Ride-sharing apps can be considered while traveling in a particular city to save time. Tourists must carry their passports on public vehicles. 

Is alcohol consumption allowed in Saudi Arabia? 

No, the purchase, sale, and consumption of alcohol are strictly prohibited in Saudi Arabia. Also, tourists can’t bring liquor or any other illegal drugs into the country as doing so is a punishable offense. Rather, plan a visit to the plethora of cafes and restaurants brimmed in the country to make you savor the aromatic beverages and cuisine to uplift your holiday moods.

What is the dress code in Saudi Arabia?

Tourists visiting the charming country of Saudi Arabia should dress decently. One should avoid wearing tight-fitted clothes wherein women must cover their shoulders and knees. Although, now it's not mandatory for female guests to wear an abaya or hijab but wearing a bikini or revealing clothes on a beach or inside pools is strictly not allowed.