Saudi Arabia’s winter season welcomes tourists

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Tourists from inside and outside the Kingdom can visit www.visitsaudi.com/ar/do/package/saudi-winters to learn about options and details. (SPA)
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Tourists from inside and outside the Kingdom can visit www.visitsaudi.com/ar/do/package/saudi-winters to learn about options and details. (SPA)
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Tourists from inside and outside the Kingdom can visit www.visitsaudi.com/ar/do/package/saudi-winters to learn about options and details. (SPA)
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Tourists from inside and outside the Kingdom can visit www.visitsaudi.com/ar/do/package/saudi-winters to learn about options and details. (SPA)
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Updated 18 January 2020

Saudi Arabia’s winter season welcomes tourists

  • Activities range from sledding and camel rides to dune bashing and sand-boarding

RIYADH: The Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) has teamed up with travel firms to offer packages to people visiting the Kingdom during the winter season.
The packages feature transport, accommodation and tour guides, and cover a number of destinations including Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam. Activities range from sledding and camel rides to dune bashing and sand-boarding.
Trips vary from a one-day tour to a full week, and they have been designed to take in archaeological, historical and tourist sites, as well as markets, events and meals out.
Tourists from inside and outside the Kingdom can check the Visit Saudi website to learn about options and details.


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