At this time of the year, Badr Al-Janub in the north of Najran is pleasantly cool with frequent spells of rain.
Located over 2,000 meters above sea level, it is a nature lover’s paradise covering an area of around 4,200 square kilometers.
It has become an attractive destination for those who enjoy the outdoors, including the waterfalls and hiking routes in the mountains.
Among the sights, there are several old and traditional mud houses, with foundations of granite that have stood the test of time, and are now an important part of the city’s heritage.
The houses are surrounded by mud walls, some of which have colored decorations and inscriptions known as “Al-Khidab” or “Al-Qadad.”
Ziziphus Spina-Christi trees are also found across the valley, attracting beekeeping enthusiasts who have set up apiaries to produce honey of the highest quality.