Mideast travel group’s Saudi odyssey

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The association will provide services to help Saudi travelers plan their trips. (SPA)
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The association will provide services to help Saudi travelers plan their trips. (SPA)
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Updated 15 August 2020

Mideast travel group’s Saudi odyssey

  • Saudi Voyagers has organized several seminars and meetings as well as community-based initiatives

RIYADH: A fully established private travel association in the Middle East aims to highlight the Kingdom’s tourism potential.

In line with the Saudi Vision 2030, Saudi Voyagers will raise awareness of travel destinations and trips, shedding light on tourist activities and Saudi heritage, including archaeological treasures, customs and traditions.

The association will provide services to help Saudi travelers plan their trips, and will work with the relevant authorities covering and organizing events, exhibitions, symposiums and workshops to promote tourism and archaeological sites in the Kingdom.

Saudi Voyagers has organized several seminars and meetings as well as community-based initiatives, such “Our Heritage is Our Pride,” “Grace” (launched during the coronavirus crisis,) and “The Influencers are Responsible.”

 


Saudi Arabia records less than 500 new COVID-19 cases for first time in 5 months

Updated 20 September 2020

Saudi Arabia records less than 500 new COVID-19 cases for first time in 5 months

  • The total number of recoveries in the Kingdom has increased to 310,439
  • The total number of deaths has increased to 4,485

LONDON: Saudi Arabia announced 483 new cases of the coronavirus, the first time the number has been below the 500 mark since mid-April.
Of the new cases, 64 were recorded in Jeddah, 42 in Makkah, 30 in Riyadh, 23 in Madinah and 17 in Dammam.
The total number of recoveries in the Kingdom increased to 310,439 after 1,009 more patients recovered from the virus.
The total number of deaths in the Kingdom increased to 4,485 after 27 more people succumbed to the virus.