Central Holidays

AlUla, The World’s Hidden Gem

AlUla, The World’s Hidden Gem
AlUla, a region of fertile oases and sandstone mountains, is located in the northwest corner of Saudi. Covering an area of 22,000 sq. kilometers (13,670 sq. miles), it was an ancient crossroads on the Arabian Peninsula. As such, it became a common stopping point for caravan traders. AlUla is now a “living museum,” with much to explore.

Al Ahsa, an Evolving Oasis Landscape

Al Ahsa, an Evolving Oasis Landscape
There are a total of 136 governates that form the 13 emirates in Saudi. Al Ahsa is the largest governate in the Eastern Province. Its population is a little more than a million people and it has been inhabited since prehistoric times.

Jeddah, A vibrant gathering of cultures

Jeddah, A vibrant gathering of cultures
In Arabic, Jeddah’s motto is “Jeddah Ghair,” meaning “Jeddah is different.” There are many things that set Jeddah apart from so many other cities. It is the second largest city in Saudi, topped only by Riyadh.

Umrah Plus

Umrah Plus
Central Holidays’ 9-day “Umrah Plus” tour allows pilgrims to take advantage of the program. Beginning in Makkah, the holiest city in Islam, you will go to Masjid Al Haram (the Holy Mosque or Haram Mosque).

Historical Sites in Saudi

Historical Sites in Saudi
There are a plethora of historic sites in Saudi, all awaiting your discovery. We will begin with the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, of which there are six. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization establishes its World Heritage Sites and works to protect them, and in the case of war, rebuild them. The preservation and protection of cultural and natural heritage also fall under the Saudi 2030 Vision program.

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