Getaways and Adventures in Saudi Arabia For Adha Holiday

Christina Jaber


Getaways and Adventures in Saudi Arabia For Adha Holiday

Staying in or flying to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia this Adha holiday? We’ve got you covered. You are sure hovering social media and googling every beautiful spot possible in Riyadh or Jeddah so you can put your hands on it next week.


For a Relaxing Getaway

Rosewood Jeddah is a flawless combination of spectacular design and unprecedented sophistication. The hotel is on the Jeddah Corniche, one of the city’s most impressive locales, which runs parallel to the Red Sea for over 20 miles. Nature lovers can get out to sea and retreat from the heat with a six-hour boat trip to the beautiful coral reef island, Bayada Island.

And guess what? There’s a summer offer valid through summer until September 2021. For reservations or more information, visit the website.


Rosewood Jeddah



For an Adventurous Holiday

Ushaiger village is located 180 km of Riyadh. One of the oldest mud villages of Najd region, it offers true Saudi hospitality. The village is renovated to its old glory by the local owners who now proudly welcome the tourists and visitors.


Ushaiger Heritage Village



Don’t miss the “Al Salem museum” which the village residents established themselves, with its vast collection of artefacts including embroidered clothing, jewelry and ceramics, as well as weapons and cooking utensils.


Al Salem Museum



Here’s where to eat..

What makes Saudi Arabia even more attractive is the multinational cuisine. Indian, Spanish, Thai, Arabic, Iranian and more cuisines are at your service. If you’re a burger fan, Dukkan Burger KSA is a must-taste for a blend of Arabian and western cuisine.



The second restaurant on our list is Eataly, a Disneyland of Pasta.

It’s where you’ll enjoy a taste of Italy with some Fresh pasta, Neopolitan pizzas and Italian delicacies.