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Itineraries

Day 1

Your Plan

Transfer from Airport to hotel for check in

Day 2

Your Plan

Morning visit to Diriyyah, one of the most important sites, from where the history of Al Saud Dynasty began. It is situated in the eastern part of the so-called Najd area in the valley known as Wadi Hanifa, Musmak Fort and Dira Souq.  one of the most important monuments in important historic landmark in the city of Riyadh. This palace was built during the reign of Abdullah bin Rashid in the year 1895 A.D. as military garrison for his army, which operated under a Governor in Riyadh from Hail. King Abdulaziz Aal  Saud on the 15th January 1902 captured the fort and start the unification of the kingdom ,  Lunch at Assaraya Turkish Restaurant after lunch visit the NationalMuseum, a place of learning and discovery, meant to kindle pride in the Arab heritage and reverence for Islam. This national Landmark is composed of eight galleries telling the complete story of Arabian History from the creation of the universe to our modern era, Murabba Palace is among the most important palace built by King Abdulaziz in the year 1937 A.D. Built to accommodate his family, the palace was composed of a number of a presidential palaces, service buildings and King Abdulaziz Diwan ,This palace was built on the local traditional Najid style by using local building material only , back to your hotel for overnight.

Day 3

Your Plan

Morning Drive to Airport for your flight to al Ula (depends on your flight timing you might will have other visits to King Faisal foundation and camel market) arrive Al Ula and transfer to you camp for dinner overnight.

Day 4

Your Plan

Full day excursion to archaeological site of Madain Saleh visiting Hijaz Railway Station, Nabatean Well, Qasr Al Bint, Diwan and Al Farid Palace. Wadi Al Ula, gateway to Madain Saleh is known for its Lion of the Lihyanites – predecessors of the Nabataea’s (100 to 500 BC). Madain Saleh was known as “Al Hijr” in the ancient times and served as a stopover on a very prosperous trade route. The cities lie on 9 sq kms in an area of isolation about 845 Km from Jeddah in the northwestern part of the kingdom between Tabouk and Madinah. Dinner and overnight at the your hotel.

Day 5

Your Plan

This morning visit Khuraiba elephant rock and the old city of AL ULA  (mud village) then take flynas to Jeddah arrive and transfer to your hotel.

Day 6

Your Plan

A morning visit to some of the old Ottoman houses, mostly constructed from coral and reinforced with wood so that beams criss-cross the interior walls. The most beautiful & well known is Nasif House, which was built during the 1850s by the well-known Nasif Family, one of the most influential trading families in the history of Jeddah. In the 19th and early 20th centuries the house was one of the most important buildings in Jeddah. It was here that King Abdul Aziz spent his first night in Jeddah, as the guest of Mohammed Nasif, after he led his victorious army into the capital of the Western Province. Then visit Altaybat Int’l City for Sciences and Knowledge after lunch t local restaurant which is a very beautiful museum that houses endless collections of arts, ethnography and archaeology artifacts.

Day 7

Your Plan

More visits at Jeddah for open Museum and kingdom tower and drive to Makkah road then drive back to hotel for some refreshment then have dinner and transfer to airport for your flight back home after midnight.

TBD

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https://visa.visitsaudi.com/

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